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QNetWalk

   1.4  

KDE Tactics & Strategy Game

Score 68%
QNetWalk
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QNetWalk
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Homepage:  Link
Downloads:  2947
Submitted:  Sep 14 2004
Updated:  Mar 4 2013

Description:

The father of KNetWalk :)




Changelog:

2013-02-28 QNetWalk 1.4 released.
- Added Simplified Chinese translation.
- Network Audio System (NAS) replaced by SDL-mixer.




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 KDE

 
 by SynTruth on: Sep 14 2004
 
Score 50%

I wish this was integrated into KDE-games a bit more. (Menu entries and such.) That said, this is a new type of game for me and quite enjoyable. Thanks! :D


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 Re: KDE

 
 by elektroschock on: Sep 14 2004
 
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seconded!

Keep on working


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 Re: KDE

 
 by Andi on: Sep 15 2004
 
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I like KDE. I use KDE too.
But I do not plan to integrate QNetWalk with KDE. Many users use Gnome, XFCE, etc and do not have kde-libs.
So Qt is a compromise.
In any case integration for such games is not critical. And qtconfig can help for more KDE-integration.

Thanks for feedback!


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 KDE Integration

 
 by SynTruth on: Sep 16 2004
 
Score 50%

Well, it is your app, so whatever makes you happy in it's distribution. I have to admit, it's very addicting to play for me. (I'm still trying to beat my 15 on the Novice level. Harder than the getting a 50+ on the higher levels, I think.)

The good thing is, if someone was so inclined, they could fork this wonderful game to make it more KDE-esque. I have yet to look at the code -- would it be possible to put the main game logic into a central lib that could then have different GUI front-ends built for it? Maybe it would not be worth it. lol

Again, thanks for releasing this. :)


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 Re: KDE Integration

 
 by Andi on: Sep 16 2004
 
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May be it need to change default score table? For example, from 15 to 25 for Novice level?

>The good thing is, if someone was so inclined, they could fork this wonderful game to make it more KDE-esque.

Ok. I think optional kde-support can be added without any problem. But only as optional.

In any case fork is not good thing. What about pure-gtk fork? gnome fork? clean-x fork? etc.

>I have yet to look at the code -- would it be possible to put the main game logic into a central lib that could then have different GUI front-ends built for it? Maybe it would not be worth it. lol

Contra-argument: what about to hide GUI ? Like frosen-bubble etc.?
No Qt/KDE-visible gui. No gtk/gnome-visible gui. Only skins.


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 Re: KDE

 
 by ita256 on: Sep 15 2004
 
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I totally agree, it should become compliant to the kde HIG :)

I don't get any sound by the way (is it supposed to produce any sound?).


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 Re: Re: KDE

 
 by Andi on: Sep 15 2004
 
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You need the NAS daemon for sound output and nas-dev package for compilation. Also qt must be compiled with
-system-nas-sound option.


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 Great work

 
 by mrpengo on: Sep 15 2004
 
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QNetWalk is an excellent game. I can see it in kde-games.


Let's song! Nippon ichi!
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 tickypip

 
 by mETz on: Dec 29 2004
 
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There's also http://www.chipx86.com/projects/tickypip
for QT embedded. I ported it to KDE and it works pretty well, I just never released the port (it's still on my local svn repos in case anybody is interested) :)
tickypip is quite cool because it loads original NetWalk pdb files.


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 Marks

 
 by Bono on: Jan 1 2005
 
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I would like to have marks to mark computers or network for which you're sure.

Thanks.


Bonjour :)
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 knetwalk

 
 by ita256 on: Apr 26 2005
 
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For those interested, a kde port is available there http://freehackers.org/~tnagy/knetwalk-1.0.1.tar.bz2 (screenshot http://freehackers.org/~tnagy/knetwalk.png)


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 Re: knetwalk

 
 by blaster999 on: Jan 26 2006
 
Score 50%

Well, release it on kde-apps.org! I'll se if I can make an ebuild, so it can be added to the gentoo portage


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