Fully modern OpenGL game using Ada: a mix of Portal & Sokoban
AdaGate is a kid-friendly 3D sokoban puzzle game within a Stargate / Portal fantasy setting. It is a great example of modern OpenGL programming using the Ada programming language. It runs on Windows, OSX, or Linux. While searching a remote south-seas atoll for remnants of a lost American heroine, a stargate kawoosh lures you into 4 strange dungeons. Escape will require the logical rearrangement of weird power cells [ZPMs] that roll in only two directions. Shoot your portal guns at the dungeon walls to configure 2 escape portals, but in order to activate them, all of the ZPMs must be bumped onto their sockets. But beware: you can only PUSH the ZPMs, so you will fail if you roll one into a corner or against a wall. But don't worry, cheating is pretty easy ; ) With 5 degrees of difficulty [DoD], there are 20 user-replaceable puzzles to solve. Escape all 4 dungeons to access the neptune choir epilog and increment the DoD for your next adventure.
Text-based adventure game creator and player. Comes with demo games.
C.Y.O. Adventures is an Ada 2005 compatible text-based game player and game generator. The games are structured as "decision trees." You can choose options at each game branch to decide the path you want to go in the game. There are several games included in the "games" directory. Users can generate their own text-based games with the program. Please upload any games you make to the open source collection, if you want to share your games with others!
G3C provides the main features for 3D-game developers: 3D rendering engine based on openGL, collision detection, physical rules, p2p network... A game-sample will be avaible, binding a wargame, a flight simulator, a first person shooter, a MMOG...