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Pynagram is a simple anagram word game for Windows and Linux Systems

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Pynagram is a simple word game in which the player is presented with seven letters in a random order. Every word that is "solved" from the jumbled letters earns the player points. If the player solves one or more seven letter words, the score is carried over into the next game.
 

? Start Playing!
 Pynagram is easy to play. It should not take you long to figure the keys out: "Enter", "Esc", "Spacebar", "Backspace" (?) and the alphabets.

? Contribute
 File a bug whenever you find one, or just post a suggestion. If you think you can help in some area, file a bug, assign it to yourself, branch and request a merge! It would be fantastic if someone could package and maintain Pynagram in Fedora. (I currently maintain the Pynagram package in Debian, which automatically gets imported into Ubuntu).


? Windows Installation
 A Windows installer for Pynagram is available. If you are unable to play Pynagram on Windows, please try to install the "Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package":
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http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9B2DA534-3E03-4391-8A4D-074B9F2BC1BF
? Download instructions for Ubuntu users (PPA)
 https://launchpad.net/~umang/+archive/pynagram-ppa

? Pynagram in Ubuntu and Debian repositories
 Pynagram is available in the Debian 6+ (Squeeze and newer) and Ubuntu 10.10+ (Maverick Meerkat and newer) repositories. You can use your favorite package manager or a front-end (software-center, synaptic, apt-get, aptitude) to install Pynagram.
Pynagram is written in Python and uses PyQt. Pynagram was inspired from Anagramaram.


Downloads
 
 Latest version is 1.0.1
 



https://launchpad.net/pynagram

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