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The Simon Says Project is about the famous board game, where you should remember up to 25 numbers/colors in the right order.
Sivol Web project is the continuation of a student project. It's a quick way to interface MS Flight Simulator parameters (FS 2004) with a simple web browser. It could be usefull to develop administration tools for simulator. And it already work!
Cross platform administration tool for Source Engine dedicated servers
A multi-user homebrew nintendo ds game where users can compete in a real-time block game. The game state is persistent and there is no "game over". Players can join in ad-hoc at any point in the game and share the same playing field.
A battlefield system simply focusing on the formulation that would simulate the troops involved in the battlefield. Players enjoy the game by practising the commandment what Sun Tzu said.
TCPteach is a special kind of vocabulary trainer software. It works like a multiplayer-game, which means you can play & learn with or against other people over internet/network (even using your mobilephone). There are several additional software parts, w
This is a small project to publish the arabic programes to all arab users and perhaps to the people around the world.possible as possible.
Terra Tenebrae is a free (as freedom) multi-Players RPG game engine based on client/server technology. The assets used are in licenses CC0, CC-by, CC-by-sa or GPL.
Texasholdem is an AI game playing engine designed to compete with other AI Bots and or human players.
TextSchnapsen is an Austrian card-playing game, which can be used on your mobile phone using j2me 2nd edition or on Posix like system on command line (DOS, Linux). C64 is also supported.
Land of MidEarth is a role-playing, Multi-User Dungeon (MUD) which is written completely in C Language. It will eventually be 100% graphic, relying heavily on the X system.
XLattice is a communications infrastructure for server-assisted peer-to-peer networks. Initial implementation is Java (and so platform-independent) with C/C++ for Linux and then Windows to follow.
we are trying to get ideas to desing a good game, a "costumer taste made" game. ¿have an idea to improve ours? Tell us, ¿An idea to develop? Tell Us. Maybe someday it will be implemented in a great game.
TNRK is a rpg engine for the PalmOS platform. Travel with your own character through endless worlds, lots of modules, unending stories,... while getting to or out of work, train, bus, etc...
Concurrent projects, aimed at writing a tcp/ip suite (client /server) of the italian game Tombola, both in Java and in Delphi. All the versions will be compatible and opensource, and we plan to port it to C too. (yes, we are crazy)
An online trivia game written in C and JAVA. For both online and offline gaming.
"Tunp!" is a side-scroller engine for side-scrolling games. Our main focus is flexibility, so that the maps and worlds can be really easy to make by users, no matter if they are good or not in computers. It will also allow NetPlay! =:0)
Keep Tux Droid alive ! This is the purpose of this Tux Droid Community Edition. Here, you'll find the complete software codes, and the latest binary builds for Linux. Don't hesitate to contribute and help to keep Tux Droid alive.
Mirosot simulator for robot soccer games. This project has one GUI 3D in OpenGL and another one in Java 2D.
Play Any Game From Anywhere, written for any Console or Machine, From your Computer at work or from your Internet Ready Game Console or Computer at home.
VirCity is an online server and client allowing users to connect to a virtual world. Users will be allowed to create their own 3D models in their virtual "home". Users will be able to communicate with other users in a rich, dynamic 3D environment.
Virtual-Info aims to promote the development and creation of open content (programmes, games ...), free and legally downloadable. And a mutual aid through a website, forum, wiki engine, webradio, free pro hosting...
We plan to use this project to instruct new programmers on open source projects. Due to its purpose, this non-profit project is intended to be simultaneously an Open Source Software project and a community software documentation endeavor.
Wuzi or Renju or Five in a row.
Virtual Reality Chat (VRC) is developed using a framework (Yaf3D) which combines robust software libraries such as OpenScenegraph, Lua, ReplicaNet, and more. VRC provides text and voice chat in a 3D environment. YAG 2002 project is their home.