Theme ‘Stationery’ added to ‘KDE – Pairs’


As a part of my ongoing project “Adding new themes for KDE Pairs game”, a new theme ‘Stationery’ is added. The motivation behind selecting the particular theme lies on its simplicity. Stationery objects are very much familiar with pre-school children rather than other objects. Hence these stationery items can be used in the ‘Pairs’ game to develop their logical skills, rather than worrying about their familiarity with the domain.

The stationery objects I have used for this are; book, pen, pencil, paint brush, paint tube, ruler and scissor. The theme can associate four of the six game modes. They are pairs, relations, logic and words. Few screen shots of the theme will be as follows;

In 'Pairs' game mode

In ‘Pairs’ game mode

In 'Logic' game mode

In ‘Logic’ game mode

In 'Relation' game mode

In ‘Relation’ game mode

In 'Words' game mode

In ‘Words’ game mode

This theme can be downloaded from here.

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2 comments

  1. Super! But those children might be interested to learn that “stationary” means “not movng”, whereas paperclips and so forth are “stationery” – with an e.

    Great stuff, though.

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