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Compendium is a Quest, Mob, and Item database Addon for Lord of the Rings Online (LOTRO). It is meant to supplement the levelling process by making finding of quests, mobs, and items easier.18 weekly downloads
Make games with Lego-like building blocks2 weekly downloads
AG Content Pack
Betrayed is a first person shooter with high textures and a good gameplay. All done by just 3 Teen-Developers! With our high textures 'Betrayed' makes it possible to enjoy the future gaming in Open-Source! Bringing the best shooter in the world!
A strategy game about a Lazy Cat and a Fat Rat!
A Chien2D é voltada ao desenvolvimento de jogos 2D em C/C++, utilizada pelo autor em cursos de programação de jogos. A biblioteca é multiplataforma, rodando em Windows, Linux e Mac OS X.
This is just a basic edit of the current DarkRP. Being used Publicly on Many servers. This will just be an Edit for servers to use. Will have many mods, SWep packs etc.
An attempt to create open source client and server software to my own specifications, heavily influenced by Neverwinter Nights and and several MMORPGs I've played. Intention is to allow creation of both MMO's and smaller group or even single player games, while I build my own game during development. While some code is already written I currently consider my project to be in planning, not even alpha yet. This will be updated once I have something I feel is worth showing. Current plans: Choice to use alternate systems for things such as player/monster combat, rather than 1 fixed style of game. Choice to use 2d or 3d art for objects/players/etc. Lua for server side scripting. PostgreSQL for server side database. Eventual multiple database support (mysql etc). sqlite for client side database functions (for data not sent to a server, as in an offline game).
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Open-source first-person RPG with procedurally generated elements
Panther game engine is being developed as part of a class on game engine development at Chapman University 2009/2010/2011. Development continues through December 2011.
Open Tibia Ph3, best features!
This project is a game quest generator that will generate storylines and quests.