The MAD Project is an attempt to create a powerful, flexible game engine, which is specifically designed for graphical adventure games.
Enigma is a puzzle and dexterity game. It's 2D in gameplay and graphics, and available for Linux, Windows and Mac, and several languages. It features more than 1000 levels and is maintained by a vivid community, creating ever more inventive levels.
!!! Albion 2 has moved to http://albion2.org !!!
Imagine, that browsing 3D worlds would be as easy as browsing web pages. Or that you could take character modeled and animated by you into your favorite 3D game, invite your friend to your personal 3D reality. Or that... ENOUGH!! Time to make it real!
A cross platform Lua based game engine
Longford is an open source Lua-based games platform designed to allow easy creation of apps for practically any device that supports C++ and OpenGL (we are now preparing a DirectX version too!). Longford also incorporates Box2D allowing realistic physics content. Longford is designed to be as platform agnostic as possible. Currently it can output native apps for Windows and BlackBerry PlayBook. However, since the code is available open source, it can be ported to any operating system and device and we encourage people to do this. With Longford you can write your app once in Lua and then export it for any supported platform. Write once, run anywhere! NOTE: I wrote Longford when Gideros was closed source and I was fed up of waiting for it to support BB, Windows etc. Longford is based on Gideros and can run existing Gideros games. Now that Gideros is open source (and recently ported to many platforms), I would recommend using Gideros instead for serious development.
A compilation of modifications to World of Warcraft
GUI IDE for developing games with the Stratagus engine.
Thor has currently the aim to render the most realistic space scene
Open-Source Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game engine. Server is semi-free, open for non-commercial use. Client is free software and the content is proprietary. Rehash from a 5-year-old project, active again since august 2007.
IMPORTANT: The flosslogic project has merged with the sigrok project. Development continues in the sigrok wiki, mailing lists, IRC channel, and git repository.
Project page has moved. Please check new homepage of the project.