Game::Pexeso - Pexeso game in Clutter
Play the pexeso game, a simple and educational mind game, with a Perl variant! In this version the cards are downloaded directly from the internet and are displaying your favourite CPAN contributor (a.k.a Perl hacker).
A deck of shuffled cards where each card appears twice is placed in front of you with the cards facing down so you can't see which card is where. The idea is to match the pairs of cards until there are no more cards available.
At each turn you are allowed to flip two cards. If the two cards are identical then the pair is removed otherwise the card are flipped again so you can't see them. You are allowed to remember the cards positions once you have seen them, in fact that's the purpose of the game! You continue flipping pairs of cards until you have successfully matched all cards.
Emmanuel Rodriguez <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Copyright (C) 2009 by Emmanuel Rodriguez.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms of:
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