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Bug#748088: ITP: cutemaze - simple maze game

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist

* Package name: cutemaze
  Version: 1.1.1
  Upstream Authors: Graeme Gott <graeme@gottcode.org>
* URL: http://gottcode.org/cutemaze/
* License: GPL-3+
  Programming Lang: C++
  Description: simple maze game

CuteMaze is a simple, top-down game in which mazes are randomly generated using 
one of a choice of several different algorithms. You move the character through 
the maze while hunting for targets (cheese, by default) - the game is won once 
all of these targets have been picked up.

- Showing the amount of time and steps it has taken to play the maze (optional)
- "Bread crumb" trail to show you where you've already been (optional)
- Flag system which allows you to mark and later un-mark any square on the board
- Hints that direct you to the closest target
- Zooming out to see more of the maze
- SVG themes (two themes come with the game)

Graeme has several games in Debian already (tanglet, connectagram,
peg-e, hexalate). He his a very responsive and active upstream, his
code is of a high quality and I think it is worth to have his games in
Debian. Cutemaze is especially nice for children but also adults
should have fun with it.

The package will be maintained in Debian Games team. 

Dariusz Dwornikowski, 
  Institute of Computing Science, Poznań University of Technology
  room 2.7.2 BTiCW | tel. +48 61 665 29 41

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