[SECURITY] Fedora 20 Update: gnurobbo-0.66-4.20141028svn412.fc20

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Fedora Update Notification
2014-11-05 02:55:14

Name        : gnurobbo
Product     : Fedora 20
Version     : 0.66
Release     : 4.20141028svn412.fc20
URL         : http://gnurobbo.sf.net/
Summary     : Port of an once famous game named Robbo from 1989
Description :
GNU Robbo is a free open source port of Janusz Pelc's Robbo
which was distributed by LK Avalon in 1989.

   + Graphical skin support: Oily, Original and Tronic
   + Sound skin support: Default, Free and Oily
   + Support for user supplied music
   + 1113 levels across 28 packs converted from Robbo and Robbo Konstruktor
   + A mouse/stylus driven level designer
   + Support for Alex (a Robbo clone) objects
   + Support for Robbo Millenium objects
   + In-game help
   + Reconfigurable options and controls
   + Support for the mouse/stylus throughout the game
   + Support for keyboards, analogue and digital joysticks
   + Centering of game within any resolution >= 240x240
   + Simple build system to maximize porting potential
   + Support for locales

The game-play of the original is faithfully reproduced with a few modifications
   + Lives has been removed and suicide replaced with level restart
   + Scoring has been removed: goal is level advancement
   + Bears don't endlessly spin around themselves
   + Capsules don't spawn from question marks
   + Solid laser fire is not left live after the gun has been destroyed

Take a look into README.fedora about legal issues cause of missing content.

Update Information:

Fix legal issues, better gnome support

  [ 1 ] Bug #1149423 - Review Request: gnurobbo - Port of an once famous game named Robbo
  [ 2 ] Bug #1157664 - delete copyrighted material or use alternatives
  [ 3 ] Bug #1157534 - Application icon is too small and no AppData for usage in the software center

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use
su -c 'yum update gnurobbo' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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