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Open Barbie is a software that can do on-line decoration for Barbie dolls, and also design fashions for the Barbie dolls.
A Java implementation of Rook, a popular 'tricks & trumps' card game
A client-server chess engine with a focus on pluggable rules and analysis, implemented in Ruby
Pfff (Platforms' Fun Forever) is a platform game engine written in Ruby which intends to be very adaptive to different platform games. It means many features : graphically independent games, many player own powers, many weapons, many movements, etc.
A IDE that allows the creation of platform games.
PortaMon is a Role Playing Game (RPG)
A word game quiz program written in Ruby, useful for players of popular word games and anagrammers.
Attempt to build a chess engine in Ruby.
A webapp meant to make the development of RPG's easier as well as to make the running of a campaign in an existing RPG a simpler process.
A Tower-Defense game written in Ruby language (with RPG Maker XP)
Railsvine is a Mind's Eye Theatre based Live-Action Role-Playing game management web-application. It is modelled very closely after the Grapevine LARP Administration Utility.
This project aims for developping a RPG written in Ruby.
A poker bot playing limit holdem.
A Ruby implementation of something RoboCode-like. Provides a game world in which AI(ish) bots can be pitted against each other. The world and the user-created bots are implemented in Ruby.
RubyMud is a MUD server done in ruby. Multiple services are supported to allow things like text communication, mapping services and world builders. Special clients/plugins will be written for each service, standard mud clients will still be supported.
S7r47e50 is an attempt to write a version of Stratego for Linux in Ruby using mySQL for 'opening books', a minimax algorithm as the AI, and TCP/IP bindings for internet multiplayer options. It will be licenses under the GPL v2.
Chess tournament organisation tool with swiss pairing system for free.
A simple empire game, designed for facebook.
A simple game in Ruby made with Gosu.
A submarine battle simulation inspired by Red Storm Rising for the Amiga.
The Akari Project is developing an online, 3D, real time strategy game for Windows and Linux.
Evil rules the world, and only thou can free the land from Kal'amruth, the dictator.
The IRC Simulator project is a project which offers a simple IRC simulator in several object oriented languages, such as C++, C#, Java, Python and Ruby.
Have you been looking for a reliable library of lsl scripts only to find sporadic low quality scripts. This project is a repository of development tools, sl oriented web services, gui interfaces, libraries, and scripts. SL & LSL © Linden Lab
The Throne Mayhem is web based interchange platform to support play by e-mail games of various board games.