xvier - Four-in-a-row game

Property Value
Distribution NetBSD 8.0
Repository NetBSD i386
Package name xvier
Package version 1.0nb4
Package architecture i386
Package type tgz
Installed size 43.58 KB
Download size 17.01 KB
Official Mirror ftp.netbsd.org
xvier is a (not) simple game where you and the computer alternately
throw stones into free columns. The stones pile up in the columns,
and the goal is to get four stones in a row, column, or diagonally.
The default grid is 7 columns by 6 rows. It can be sized from 4x4 to
13x13. It has 10 levels of difficulty.
Categories: games


Package Version Architecture Repository
xvier-1.0nb4.tgz 1.0nb4 amd64 NetBSD
xvier - - -


Type URL
Binary Package xvier-1.0nb4.tgz
Source Package xvier

Install Howto

Install xvier tgz package:

# pkg_add xvier

See Also

Package Description
xview-3.2.1nb2.tgz OpenLook Toolkit meta-package
xview-clients-3.2.1nb4.tgz OpenLook applications and man pages
xview-config-3.2.1nb6.tgz OpenLook Toolkit config files
xview-lib-3.2.1nb9.tgz OpenLook Toolkit libs, includes, and man pages
xvile-9.8nb8.tgz VI Like Emacs, X11 version -- a fully "X aware" vi work-alike
xvinfo-1.1.3.tgz Query X-Video capabilities
xvkbd-3.5nb1.tgz The xvkbd is a virtual (graphical) keyboard program for X
xwatchwin-1.1.1nb2.tgz Watch a window on another X server
xwave-2.0nb2.tgz Audio player/recorder/editor for the X Window System
xwd-1.0.7.tgz Dump X11 display or window to XWD X Window Dump image file
xwininfo-1.1.4.tgz Query information about X windows
xwit-3.4nb3.tgz Utility for calling X11 functions from the shell
xworld-2.0nb3.tgz Earth as seen from the direction of the sun
xworm-1.02nb1.tgz Classic game with apples and hungry worm
xwpe-1.5.29anb6.tgz Programming environment for UNIX systems