11.

Genovesi Baccarat Modiano

KPat Decks by linux1306
Genovesi Baccarat Modiano card deck
Score 50%
50 Likes
50 Dislikes
Sep 20 2018
12.

Belarusian Lapins

KPat Decks by linux1306
Belarusian Lapin's card deck
Score 50%
50 Likes
50 Dislikes
Sep 20 2018
13.

Ancient-French

KPat Decks by linux1306
Ancient-French card deck
Score 50%
50 Likes
50 Dislikes
Sep 20 2018
14.

Atlasnye

KPat Decks by linux1306
Atlasnye card deck
Score 50%
50 Likes
50 Dislikes
Sep 20 2018
15.

Ramino

KPat Decks by linux1306
ramino card deck
Score 50%
50 Likes
50 Dislikes
Sep 19 2018
16.

Poker Standard 1.0

KPat Decks by haarklammer
This is a classical card deck for poker, designed ~1860. Installation: unzip the downloaded file. Now move the folder \"svg-poker-standard\" into the carddeck folder of your KDE4-installation. You find this in your home directory, e. g. in /home/yourname/.kde/share/apps/carddecks or...
1 comment
Score 52%
52 Likes
48 Dislikes
Jan 10 2013
17.

Tigullio Modern 0.1

KPat Decks by mikelima
Yet another variant of my Tigullio deck. This one is based on Tigullio Bridge, but each suit has its own color: Orange for diamond, red for hearts, green for clubs and blue for spades. I got the idea from the wikipedia article on playing cards. I find this useful when playing the Spider...
Score 56%
56 Likes
44 Dislikes
Feb 19 2011
18.

Cauchy 0.1

KPat Decks by cauch
A simple svg card deck based on template-single.svg from gnome. It works also on aisleriot (where it was fully tested)
Score 50%
50 Likes
50 Dislikes
Jul 03 2010
19.

William Tell 0.1

KPat Decks by mikelima
This is a card deck drawn in the Hungarian style. It\'s an hybrid deck, that is, it uses vector elements for the pips, and pictures, extracted from a public domain image for the court card graphics.
Score 68%
68 Likes
32 Dislikes
Mar 20 2010
20.

Tigullio Bridge 0.1

KPat Decks by mikelima
A variation on my Tigullio international deck. It differs from it in these ways: * Cards are “fatter”, with proportions similar to bridge/pocker cards * The suits design is different and uses larger “pips” * The card value and suit is present in all four corners.
Score 58%
58 Likes
42 Dislikes
Feb 28 2010