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Versatile Commodore Emulator2,567 weekly downloads
Emulator of Atari 800/800XL/130XE/5200 with various extensions (1088kB RAM, stereo sound and much more) running on just about every operating system (Unix/Linux, Windows, DOS, TOS, MacOS, Workbench, WinCE...)510 weekly downloads
A cross-platform interpreter for many point-and-click adventure games485 weekly downloads
E-UAE Amiga emulation PowerPC JIT compiling implementation10 weekly downloads
This is ATARI XE/XL game ported to Linux. This game was very popular and was one of the greatest ATARI games. You can see similarities to sokoban, but this game has more features like shooting, unfriendly animals.... SDL, SDL_image, SDL_mixer and SDL_ttf9 weekly downloads
Twin Distress is a simple puzzle game where you must remove all of the blocks of the same color from the screen before the time runs out. Features include different skill levels, high scores, sound & music.2 weekly downloads
MUD client for use with the Discworld MUD, if it works for any other MUDs that's a bonus!
This is in an unofficial branch of UAE (the Ubiquitous Amiga Emulator) with the aim of bringing the features of WinUAE to non-Windows platforms such as Linux, Mac OS X, AmigaOS and BeOS.
General Purpose Engine for Graphic Adventures.
A portable/hardware independant GPL Flash decoding library, with (Linux) sample player and mozilla-plugin. Note : the project web page http://gplflash.sf.net is the real front page for this project and contains much more informations.