# Suggestions for rpgicons

The following packages have something in common with the package rpgicons. The packages are ordered in decreasing similarity.

- istgame: Draw Game Trees with TikZ
- scratchx: Include Scratch programs in LaTeX documents
- havannah: Diagrams of board positions in the games of Havannah and Hex
- scratch3: Draw programs like “scratch”
- logicpuzzle: Typeset (grid-based) logic puzzles
- setdeck: Typeset cards for Set
- battleship: A LaTeX style file for typesetting Battleship logic puzzles
- scrabble: Commands for Scrabble boards
- wordle: Create wordle grids
- mercatormap: Spherical Mercator coordinate systems and Web Mercator tile integration
- tikzfill: TikZ libraries for filling with images and patterns
- nimsticks: Draws sticks for games of multi-pile Nim
- puyotikz: Quickly typeset board states of Puyo Puyo games
- trivialpursuit: Insert Trivial Pursuit board game
- pas-crosswords: Creating crossword grids, using TikZ
- scratch: Draw programs like “scratch”
- jeuxcartes: Macros to insert playing cards
- wargame: A LaTeX package to prepare hex’n’counter wargames
- tangramtikz: Tangram puzzles, with TikZ
- playcards: A simple template for drawing playcards
- rouequestions: Draw a “question wheel” (roue de questions)
- twoxtwogame: Visualize 2×2 normal-form games
- tikzlings: A collection of cute little animals and similar creatures
- codeanatomy: Typeset code with annotations
- xistercian: Cistercian numerals in LaTeX
- braids: Draw braid diagrams with PGF/TikZ
- tikzmarmots: Drawing little marmots in TikZ
- tikzducks: A little fun package for using rubber ducks in TikZ
- liftarm: Geometric constructions with liftarms using TikZ and LaTeX3
- spath3: Manipulate “soft paths” in PGF
- dynkin-diagrams: Draw Dynkin, Coxeter, and Satake diagrams using TikZ