Gaming console OS designed to run on desktops
Drauger OS is a gaming console OS meant to be run on desktops. It brings the console and PC gaming experiences together onto one unified platform while offering insane speeds and low latency for the large install size. Drauger OS uses a pre-configured Xfce desktop to allow the user interface to be more like a gaming console for those who are used to that. Furthermore, Drauger OS supports desktop Linux apps and games, as well as Windows apps and games through the Wine/PlayonLinux compatibility layer and front end. Finally, Drauger comes with Steam pre-installed so the user can play games they are familiar with on the Drauger OS platform.
This an open SVN for the Ascent Emu were people can take it for free. From here you can download the World Fast Developing WoW Emu
Artificial-life and robotics development environment and simulator involving neural networks, 3D physics, vision, and evolutionary programming.
Eternity is a open source galaxy simulation. Features include realistic physics, extensive user interactivity and interoperability with external services such as the internet. Star locations are accurate to real life. Visit http://projecteternity.net
Bootdisk that allows you to play Nethack at any computer by just inserting the floppy and booting from it.
OCTRA (One Console To Rule All) is an application/operating system distribution that would allow people to play games from many consoles on one machine through emulation. Existing emulators will be found and implemented, and new ones would be coded.
StepOS is an open-source operating system that is designed solely to run StepMania, the popular 'dance simulation game', on arcade dedicated cabinets, and is easy to install and maintain. StepOS is based off of the open-source operating system ReactOS.
chessoclock is a simple chess clock running on a virtual terminal
chessoclock is a simple chess clock running on a virtual terminal. It supports an user defined time amount and increment per move as well as extra time and all the features of a Fischer clock. chessoclock is no longer based on the curses library. Install it on your (even old old old) laptop and you can have a chess clock everywhere in every moment. Under Linux only it can run in a xterm, but you get best visual effect when running in a virtual terminal or on the console and not under X. Merging chessoclock and a Minix 2.0.4 root disk gives us chessoflop. Use chessoflop to turn your twenty years old 80286 into a chess clock without installing anything. Reverse the image on a floppy, put that disk on your old computer, turn it on and that’s all! chessoflop image is available in the download page (it's the one all capitalized).