Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 26

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 26

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 26

Today, in this month of March, we bring you the part 26 from our series of posts on "KDE applications with Discover". In which, we are addressing, little by little, the more than 200 existing apps of said Linux project.

And, in this new opportunity, we will explore 3 more apps, whose names are: KBounce, KBreakOut and KBruch. In order to keep us up to date with this robust and growing set of applications.

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 25

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 25

And, before starting this post about the apps “KDE with Discover – Part 26”, we recommend you explore the previous Related content of this series, at the end of reading it:

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KDE with Discover - Part 26

KDE with Discover – Part 26

Part 26 of KDE applications explored with Discover

KBounce

KBounce

KBounce is a fun little game application for a single player and with a game mode very similar to that of a puzzle. Therefore, its graphical interface shows a playing field that is surrounded by a wall, with some balls (two or more balls) inside, which move within it and bounce off its walls. Therefore, the player must create new walls with the objective of reducing the size of the active field. In such a way, try to fill at least 75% of the field to be able to advance to the next level.

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KBreakOut

KBreakOut

KBreakOut is a small and entertaining single-player game application (single user) whose objective is to destroy as many bricks as possible without losing control of the ball used for this purpose. And to do this, the player must play within a playing field that contains a certain number of bricks located at the top of the field. While, using the aforementioned ball, which in turn, moves around the screen by bouncing on the walls at the top and sides. Since, when she collides with one or more bricks, they disappear and she continues bouncing, continuing the game.

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KBruch

KBruch

KBruch is an interesting and useful educational application designed to practice calculation operations with fractions and percentages. And to do this, it provides the user with different exercises. Although, it also offers a learning mode to practice with these types of mathematical exercises, that is, fractions and percentages. In addition, it is capable of verifying that the user's answers are correct and making comments about it. And among its most notable functions are presenting the user with arithmetic exercises (to solve an operation with fractions by finding the numerator and denominator), comparison exercises (to compare the size of 2 given fractions using the correct symbols), conversion exercise (to convert a given number into a fraction), factoring exercises (to decompose a given number into its prime factors), and percentage exercises.

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Installing KBruch using Discover

And as usual, the KDE app selected for install today with Discover about my current educational and experimental Respin MX-23 called Miracles GNU / Linux es KBruch. As seen in the following screenshots:

Installing KBruch using Discover - 01

Installing KBruch using Discover - 02

Installing KBruch using Discover - 03

Installing KBruch using Discover - 04

And at the end of the installation, you can now enjoy this Useful and educational math app, opening it from the applications menu of their respective GNU/Linux Distros.

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Summary 2023 - 2024

Summary

In summary, if you liked this post about the apps of “KDE with Discover – Part 26”, tell us your impressions about each of the apps discussed today: KBounce, KBreakOut and KBruch. And soon, we will continue to explore many more apps, to continue to spread the word about the huge and growing catalog of apps in the KDE Community.

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