gbrainy Is 2.4.2 Released

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Developer Jordi Mas has proudly released a new version of the educational brain teaser game Gbrainy. Gbrainy has logic puzzles, calculation trainers, memory trainers and "verbal analogies" for those who, like the games name implies, want to train their brain. The latest version has updated and fixed translations and that's it.

written by 윤채경 (Yoon Chae-kyung). published 2020-03-13last edited 2020-07-10

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gbrainy in action.

The complete list of changes since the previous 2.4.1 version was released is rather short:

"Updated & fixes in translations"

ANNOUNCE: gbrainy 2.4.2 released
gnome-announce-list March 12th, 2020

That's it, that is all there is to this new version.

gbrainy was first released in August 2007. It has been expanded to include more and more brain teasing puzzles over the years. gbrainy currently comes with a total of 200 brain teasing puzzles in four categories. It has:

  • 70 logic puzzles
  • 14 calculation trainers
  • 10 memory trainers
  • 106 verbal analogies

gbrainy may be worth a try if you have time to play games and you want to play something which is more mentally challenging than solitaire games.

The source for gbrainy 2.4.2 can be acquired from gent.softcatala.org/jmas/gbrainy/. It is a small compile but you might as well install the previous version from your distributions repositories and get the updated version when your distribution makes it available, there is no reason to compile the latest version if you just want to try it. There is, after all, nothing new beyond some updated and fixed translation in version 2.4.2.

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Anonymous user #1

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Before Corona Virus I used to cough to cover a fart, now I fart to cover a cough.
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LUAN TIMOTEO SOUZA

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Tenho no Ubuntu
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Anonymous user #2

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Yuck, it requires mono, that's a 240 MB package I don't need
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exactly.
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