All games suck. This one just sucks more! Bad Boulder-Dash clone for unix terminals in ASCII graphic. Turn-based. All source-code comments are in czech language as I did this for school.
A Rogue like game with a Final Fantasy style battle system. Users will develop a characters skills and attributes and be able to battle head to head against other players.
A 3D space sim adventure game. Please email patches to email@example.com or to the developer mailing list: http://mail.pioneerspacesim.net/mailman/listinfo/pioneer-dev_pioneerspacesim.net
A portable version of the ProQuake Quake1 (NetQuake) engine.
AMD Radeon colors inspired minecraft texture pack
A graphical multiplayer network game for 2 players written in java.
TKD Scoring Wi-Fi Server supporting Android and IPhone clients
TKD Scoring Wi-Fi system was created by Taekwondo people like you and we use the scoring system in all our classes, just like you We created this app few years ago to provide an effective, professional low cost solution with the same benefits and feeling experience, or even providing a better experience than any existing wired professional tournament solution The success of the application in our Taekwondo sparring classes where our members described the application as “Holy crap this is incredible! This looks even more professional and easier to use than any of the programs I’ve ever seen used at comps.” and “Hey... just installed everything and it’s unreal! Everything works perfectly, looks great!” encouraged us to make it public for everybody Like any scoring system the “TKD Scoring Wi-Fi” system has few basic components: *TKD Scoring Wi-Fi Server(PC or Android) *TKD Scoring Wi-Fi Client(Android or IPhone) *TKD Scoring Wi-Fi Remote Score Display (Android)
Adapted from the powerful but inactive SMART Servertool to run on TM2
The Asian game of Go takes place two-dimensional board. Its idea readily extends to three dimensions - placing stones on a cubic grid. This is a program for playing on such a three-dimensional grid. It runs under Java and needs the Java3D extension.
A project I started to test my skills while learning java, I hope for it to become much, much more.
WarTech is a 3d rendering engine that uses ID TECH3,XreaL,openal,openGL + many new features.
XScape is a brand new Runescape2 server engine, based on the idea of a central login server, (Also known as a network of servers) which each server will connect to, and verify the user accounts on.
This is a little game played by artificial intelligence from network. To win, a team must evolve to maximum possible level with the current number of players. For this, AI has to walk on map to find stones and players to evolve.
A game developed by Reddit community
This is an Open Source game based on drumo's design and concept art which is developed by Reddit community. If you don't use Reddit, you are still more then welcome to use it.
drogue (dercz rogue) - occult roguelike game written in c. The Most Dangerous Game of Dercz Stanislaw.
ncchess is a ncurses based chess game written in C++.
A python program that tests the user with different basic math problems. .py script version supported on any operating system running python planning on making special .exe windows version
SDFmud A publicly built MUD. By the players, for the players.
soupy is a mixture of 3 engines created in Python making it easy to make an online action role playing game using the Python language.
Originating from the Panultima Endeffect, sushiX is the reincarnation of their future Ultima Online Shard software. While sushiX is not usable for a general audience yet, sunshine as the Panultima Endeffect's current software is made available.
Tanks is a online flash based web game. it includes a multilayer world and numerous upgrades
An arkanoid 2D game done with allegro.
Wizards Magic - OpenSource card game, based on rules of Magic: The Gathering, written in Python, using Pygame
TuxNES is an emulator for the 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System that runs under Linux and FreeBSD on i386 machines. It supports a wide variety of graphic displays, sound modes, nifty features, and, of course, NES games.