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A multi-platform computational approach to winning at the Skill With Prizes games "Word Up" and "Word Soup".
A development team who make point+click adventure games in the style of Lucasarts and Sierra games, using freeware and open-source versions of Lucasarts' SCUMM and Sierra's SCI and AGI.
Solve elusive words in crossword puzzles.
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Digizzle is a program which helps to solve japanese puzzles (also know as nonograms, griddlers and "paint by numbers").
This is a small game where you have to find your way out of a labyrinth. Collect as much money as possible and find the secret! Then you can search for the finish. Beat your best friend on three maps bigger than 1,587,500 px²! Have a lot of fun!
open-source implementation of the "kropki" (aka "tochki") game
A logic based sudoku solver in OO Perl
pyOgreBlox is an open-source 3d falling blocks game done entirely with Python-Ogre(http://www.python-ogre.org/), a Py++ binding for the Ogre3d(http://www.ogre3d.org/) rendering engine.
Game engine + remake of Atari XL/XE game Robbo. Level loader is compatible with levels file of GNU Robbo project. This is NOT the same project as pyrobbo on google code.
GoMoku3D is a tridimensional game in which you have to make a "tunnel" of little cubes inside a bigger one. You can play with one/two competitor or against the computer, even in network mode. Realized by CS students at University of Padua, Italy.
Cross platform Qt4 implementation of popular puzzle game
qDropsum is a C++/Qt implementation of dropsum, a mathematical tetris-like game. It's played by droping balls on the gameboard, each ball having a number between 1 and 6. The goal is to make them disappear, by realizing sums of 9 with adjacent balls.