bacKgammon is a backgammon program specifically written with the KDE in mind. It offers the opportunity to play backgammon games by using a convenient and intuitive graphical user interface. bacKgammon is the successor of KFibs, and supports all its features such as a graphical board representation, drag and drop with automated move checking, an intuitive interface to FIBS, and eliminates the need for typing and (learning) the commands of FIBS.
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Release Notes: This is the first public beta release of bacKgammon, formerly known as KFibs.
Release Notes: The double cube is initially located in the center of the board, new buttons for rolling and doubling, and KFibs should compile under Solaris now.
Release Notes: KFibs can now display the current pip count in the title bar, single shot moving is working, users can disable the automatic timeout, minor visual improvement, more recognized messages and KFibs can display the rating calculations after the game now.
Release Notes: First implementation of antialiasing of the board. Great visual improvement thanks to Bo Thorsen! Minor enhancements in printing.
Release Notes: Yet another change in the boardstyle setting and even more strings for the handlers. Upgrading is recommended.