Greed is a free and open source command line game for Linux. In this game, your primary goal is to remove as many grid squares as possible within a matrix of numbers. Control your cursor using the arrow keys, the ‘hjklyubn’ keys, or your numeric keypad, with your current position represented by the ‘@’ symbol. Each time you move in a particular direction, you erase a specific number of grid squares, denoted as ‘N.’ This ‘N’ corresponds to the first number you encounter in that direction. Your score increases as you clear these squares. If there are no valid moves left, the game concludes.
How to Install Greed on Ubuntu
To install the Greed terminal based game on your system, open the terminal application (ctrl+alt+t) and run below apt install command. It will install the latest version of Greed game on your system
sudo apt install greed
After the successful installation of Greed, you can open it using below command.