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OpenSource OpenGL Multiplayer Multiplatform Battle Zone capture the Flag. 3D first person tank game. Project has moved to Github: https://github.com/BZFlag-Dev/bzflag284 weekly downloads
Primarily a 2D super simple map (.SSM) level editor using game presets to natively support various 2D games striving to be perfectly user-friendly with no hassle or bothering the end-user with technical details.
An Android app for use in terrain puzzle games
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Remote Character Creator fot Neverwinter Nights especially with PRC. Other tools for Neverwinter nights some connected with RCC some not ;)
Multiplayer fantasy rpg game based on paper & pen game Temny Mesic.
Wintermute Engine Development Kit is a set of tools for creating and running graphical “point&click” adventure games, both traditional 2D ones and modern 2.5D games (3D characters on 2D backgrounds).
An RPG web game. The story take place on desert island, where players crash. They can search the island to find usual things, but they can use to many purposes. Almost everything, they can imagine.
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