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FakeNES is a highly portable, Open Source NES and Famicom emulator. It runs on all modern operating systems and has an actively maintained DOS port for enthusiasts. Support for phones and other mobile platforms is under development. The majority of the project is entirely original code released under the zlib/libpng license. Contributed and third-party code is included under GNU licenses.48 weekly downloads
Small C++ derivate class to have a simpler life71 weekly downloads
Releases by No Name Development. All original code is released under the zlib/libpng License, the source to No Name MAME is released under MAME's own license.8 weekly downloads
"Gladius Magicae" is a detailed, MegaZeux-made RPG that is based on our own "Stimuli" RPG engine. It will be challenging and fun, and we hope it will get some people addicted ;-)1 weekly downloads
MASkinG is an addon library for the Allegro game programming library intended for building GUI applications in C++. An allegro-5 port is currently under development.1 weekly downloads
Red Pixel is a platform deathmatch game for two players. It can be player over a LAN or a serial cable link.1 weekly downloads
AfA-Scumm is the 2D adventure engine powering AmberfishArts, a community for enthusiasts of classic adventure games as well as a hub for high-quality fan projects. Coded in C++, AfA-Scumm is both very portable and feature rich.
RoboDog is a sidescrolling action game submitted for the 2001 IdeaHack contest. The basis of the game is to navigate your robotic dog through 2D worlds while blasting through the enemies that lay in your path to defeat your arch-enemy, the evil Dr. Sp0on.
This is a jpeg2ascii converter that does not use the aalib which make it small, fast, and lightweight enough to be included for use as a viewer in the latest code for the popular and near ubiquitous lesspipe.sh utility.