The bsdgames package is on Slackware as well... but the best part about
'man fish' is the following:
On Thu, Dec 30, 2004 at 11:09:07PM -0800, Robert G. Scofield wrote:
The strangest thing just happened. I was reading a book on Sun OS trying to
figure out how to modify my .bashrc to permanently alias rm to rm -i. So I
was playing around by typing "touch fish" and "rm fish", etc. After awhile I
became tired and mistakenly typed just "fish." All of a sudden the rules of
the children's card game "Fish" came up on the screen. And to make matters
even more weird the computer started playing a game of Fish with me.
Heh. :) Well, I found it in Debian, too...
Description: a collection of classic textual unix games
This is a collection of some of the text-based games and amusements that
have been enjoyed for decades on unix systems.
Includes these programs: adventure, arithmetic, atc, backgammon, battlestar,
bcd, boggle, caesar, canfield, countmail, cribbage, dab, fish, gomoku, hack,
hangman, hunt, mille, monop, morse, number, pig, phantasia, pom, ppt,
primes, quiz, random, rain, robots, sail, snake, tetris, trek, wargames,
worm, worms, wump, wtf