Fuego is a collection of C++ libraries for developing software for the game of Go. It includes a Go player using Monte-Carlo tree search.
This is an easy-to-use version of the famous Tic tac toe game, developed in c++ using the SDL library. This version handles a two player game.
This is a free, open source calculator of chess rating for tournament players. It has features like saving calculation with details. It has a multiplatform support thanks to Qt library, versions for Linux and Windows are released.
The idea is to create an easy to use engine for board game simulations on PC. Just scan or photograph your board and cards to play. Check games section for some game setups.
Naughts and Crosses is a cross-platform and graphically funky version of the all-time classic filler known as Tic-Tac-Toe. Featuring one and two player modes with variable AI difficulty, variable boardsize and an interesting variant on the gameplay...
dgtdrv aims to be a uci/xboard/crafty compatible interface (input engine) for the DGT Electronic Chess board on POSIX platforms. It relies on the dgtnix library.
AbNet is a library for network play of the game Abalone. It supports Unix and Windows.
This program allows you to play Chinese chess over the computer network as well as to browse, edit, save your games and reload them. It runs on top of Gtkmm and requires Common C++ library. See release note for more.
A online multiplayer dominoes game.
Gines is a Minesweeper clone for the Linux console, written in C++ using the Standard C++ Library and STL. Gine's code is a simple, quality C++ code. Gine implements the major features of Minesweeper, including Flagging, Checking a Square and Timing.
This library want to propose a strong and stable API to develop cards games, along with a clear and reusable protocol which implements message-passing for suche games over the net.
ABKit is a C++ library intended to accelerate board games development by providing the thinking engine under the Alpha-Beta algorithm. The application just need to create a few C++ methods to adapt to the actual game (like Chess, Checkers, ...).
DEVELOPMENT STOPPED QuiKiss is a port of a GNOME KiSS to Qt library plus some improvements like graphic post-transform and post-processing.
wxChess aims to be a two-player(human vs. human) and a one-player(human vs. AI) chess game developed primarily with the C++ library wxWidgets. Plans include, but are not limited to, PGN uploads for position evaluation and strength improvement tools.