Auralquiz is a simple music quiz game for GNU/Linux, using your own music files. It is free software (as in freedom, as well as in price).
The game plays short pieces of music files from your folders (in Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, Opus or MP3 formats), and presents a question and several answers about the current song. The fastest the answer, the more points you receive.
Up to 8 people can play in a turn-based mode.
In the highest difficulty level there are no answer buttons, and instead, you have to type the answer yourself.
You can get the source for the latest stable version from linux-games.org (old qt-apps.org), here: https://www.linux-games.org/p/1109384/ or from GNU Savannah, here: http://download.savannah.gnu.org/releases/auralquiz/auralquiz-v1.0.0.tar.gz
Or you can get the current development source at Gitlab.com: https://gitlab.com/auralquiz/auralquiz-dev
Or clone it directly using Git:
$ git clone https://gitlab.com/auralquiz/auralquiz-dev.git
(Keep in mind that the development version might not be stable)
You can report bugs at the issue tracker: https://gitlab.com/auralquiz/auralquiz-dev/issues
As of May 2017, the game (version 1.0.0) is mostly complete, although there a few more options and details I want to add at some point.
You can see all posts related to this game in the Auralquiz category.
Somebody made packages for Mandriva, here. Thanks, Symbianflo!