QNim is a portable Qt implementation of well known Game Of Nim.
Variants of Nim have been played since ancient times. The game is said to have originated in China (it closely resembles the Chinese game of Tsyanshidzi, or "picking stones"), but the origin is uncertain; the earliest European references to Nim are from the beginning of the 16th century. Its current name was coined by Charles L. Bouton of Harvard University, who also developed the complete theory of the game in 1901, but the origins of the name were never fully explained. The name is probably derived from German nimm! meaning "take!", or the obsolete English verb nim of the same meaning. Some people have noted that turning the word NIM upside-down and backwards results in WIN.
QNim is written in C++ language with pure Qt toolkit (version 3 or 4) and utilizes CMake for building process.
What's New in This Release:
· QNim is now can be built with Qt3 or Qt4, providing the same functionality.
· Settings file format has been changed.
· Qt4 provides other file at all.