Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 129572
Frozen Bubble Missing from Distribution
Last modified: 2014-03-16 22:47:11 EDT
Description of problem:
For many years now, many a girlfriend has been captivated by the
vast array of games that Linux provides. All the way from MkLinux DR3
with a version of KDE pre-1.0 up to FC3test1, games have allowed me to
install Linux on people's machines.
Often, after letting them use my linux box (and they found the "Games"
menu), it took me many hours to pry them away from the machine again.
Usually this is the other way around.
Now, I can get some peace and quiet while hacking - just install games
on another machine!
My current lack of girlfriend has nothing to do with them spending too
much time with games and not enough with me. Really.
Majority of past gf's.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Get Girlfriend
2. Show her "Games" menu
3. Get time to hack (or not, depending on number of available machines).
4. Take over the world (err... i mean, install linux on her box)
She now see's the point of this "linux" thing you spend so much time with.
Her dancing away to Frozen Bubble Music.
 Not implying that I get around... there's just been a few... really!
Being a clone of Puzzle Bubble, copyrighted by Taito, it can't be part
of the distribution itself - however, it is at the livna rpm
repository, so get it from there
Closing as wontfix; Extras and in regards to comment #1, freeworld extras might
be the right place for this