A Gtk implementation of the popular german card game "Skat"
gskat allows you to play Skat against two computer controlled players.
Since the game is currently in beta state you cannot expect too much AI
from the computer opponents. Nevertheless they strictly follow the game
rules, do not cheat and act on some major game playing principles.
The release packages are shipped with all needed resources like card images
and icons whereas the development archives contain the version-controlled
source code only.
The latest release is of version 0.0.2 and can be downloaded from github:
There are different source versions of gskat to download. Either
choose one of the tagged versions or the latest development
snapshot from github:
In order to successfully build gskat with the development tarballs
you need to download a separate data file archive
the card images and icons:
You can contribute to gskat in several ways:
- Request new features or report errors and bugs via the issue tracker
- Translate gskat into your language via transifex
Moreover you can clone the project with
git by running:
$ git clone git://github.com/kongo2002/gskat