Naev is a 2D space trading and combat game, in a similar vein to Escape Velocity.
A space game in the Hoshikaze 2250 universe, built on the NAEV engine
Stars of Call will ultimately be a mix of Elite-like, Rogue-like and RTS, set in the Hoshikaze 2250 Sci-Fi universe, developed by the eponymous French Association. Hoshikaze 2250 is a very large universe, set in the year 2250, Human Occidental Calendar. With 9 sentient species sharing more than 3000 stellar systems linked by natural hyperjump tunnels and settled on nearly 200 planets, it allows to develop many things around it : short stories books, novels, comics, paperback RPGs, videogames, boardgames, etc... An association was created in 2007 to sustain the Project as a whole, with both open-source and commercial developments around a Community of Creation. Our motto : "Amateurs in spirit, professionals in methods". For now (26/04/2014) the following things have been committed to SourceForge : - An older Stellar System editor from 2004, - A set of Game Design Documents, - A prototype being developed as a Total Conversion of NAEV (http://blog.naev.org/)
Cerberus is a Garry's Mod gamemode that immerses you in a realistic simulation of a post-apocalyptic world. This gamemode will literally pull you into the third dimension of video games.
A series of scripts to allow genetic techniques to tuning cars in TORCS
RTSish Game Engine
The project is a fork of Glest Advanced Engine for the purposes of adding significant gameplay options, graphics upgrades and GUI upgrades in order to create an engine capable of playing a series of 7 games I wish to create. The 7 games are all based on this IP: Children of the Thousand Suns: The Unaligned Mandate Each game combines a few different genres from this list and others: RTS, TBS, RPG, Sim, City Building, Breeding, Management You can also make mods of various kinds with support for all the features my own games use and possibly more. It's open source and free obviously. Most modding is done through XML files quite similar to the ones for other Glest derivatives. There may be some good scripting support as well. Currently for fun I am creating a Majesty like to play with since Majesty 2 sucks and Majesty one doesn't support easy modding. Changed the homepage to the GitHub since the repository here is being difficult and thus doesn't contain the source.
Programming-game written in Lua
MekaWars is a game of the programming-game genre: in this kind of games like JRobots or Gun-Tactyx the player programs the AI of his team of bots and then watch them fight against teams programmed by other players. In this case the game is set in outer space and the players write the control script of star-fighter pilots and star-ship captains. The players write the AI of their bots using the Lua programming language.
Wiremod is an add-on, written in Lua, for the game Garry's Mod. It allows users to wire up components in order to make more elaborate automatic and user-controlled contraptions. It also comes with several scripting languages.