The OS X Game Patch Repository is a project to port open source games and game libraries to Mac OS X. Detailed instructions and patches are included, and contributions are welcome.
Glop -- the Game Language Of Perl -- is a set of Perl modules designed for making game programming easier than you could ever imagine.
This project is a artillery based game that will start out in 2D and then will be moved over into 3D both which will have network componet. The 3D version will support more than two player up to 6.
The Free-POSIX Common Desktop Project exists to create an open standard for free Desktop implementations.
rejoin your friends on lan and internet games with one click or join lan games from the internet. see server and player info
Secure Distributed Objects provides a mechanism for using socket-based SSL communications in the MacOS X Distributed Objects system, by providing a NSPort subclass - SecureSocketPort - and other utilities.
Update your internet mood (imood.com) via a local desktop application.
Fleet Commander is a moddification for VegaStrike, making it a real time strategy game where you control a fleet of capital ships complete with their fighter complements.
An account, character and item manager for Diablo II: Lord of Destruction. MuliFex is a Swiss Army Knife that makes the life of a Diablo player on Battle.net more enjoyable. MuliFex employs Java (and some native Code) and runs on Windows and Mac OS X.
Remote control MacOSX applications with any Bluetooth enabled Palm handheld.
Paranoid Android is a security enhancer for Mac OS X. Whenever an application asks the operating system to open a URI, Paranoid Android steps in and asks the user for confirmation before it can be opened.
CetusLink is a network client app. It could be described as an online service with channels, content, articles, and chat. We plan to include keywords using a special language, chatting, articles, and many other features.
Instant messenger client for GNUstep. Using Björn Giesler's port of the AddressBook framework, Angelos accesses the user's addressbook to produce a buddylist with real names and photos.
Recreation of the old Macintosh game, Scarab Of Ra. Explore an ancient maze, searching for fame and riches while battling starvation, monkyes, she-lions, cobras, and mummies. Keep your wits about you and you may live to see the light of day again.
Easy-to-use freeform sketch-based 3D modeler based on the paper by T. Igarashi et al, "Teddy: A Sketching Interface for 3D Freeform Design."
Books is a native Cocoa application for Mac OS X that stores, sorts, and searches book collection information. Books is intended to assist book collectors with managing personal collections.
FliteTutor is currently merely a concept for an interactive training enhancement to the free flight simulator FlightGear, the purpose will be to provide basic tutorials within FlightGear about its general usage and also specific topics. (check homepage)
LAG is meant to be a replacement for GAIM. It will be built modularly in C/C++ and Python with front-ends for GTK, ncurses, Win32, Cocoa, and possibly more. It will support many chat protocols like AIM, Yahoo! Messenger, Jabber, and MSN.
Healthcare Xchange Protocol for interoperative communications. Data exchange/transfer, platform independent,XML-RPC, HL7, SOAP, EDIFACT, simple,easy, authenticated, secure, transparent, no geo-restrictions, open sourced, peer reviewed, collab development
QTMAGEAR is an LGPL library for producing QuickTime MIDI movies and SMF(Standard Midi Files). The goal is to produce various alternate implementations (C/C++/PHP/Realbasic) so that developers can incorporate it into diverse development architectures.
HEML, the Hypertext Edit Markup Language, is a simplified markup language. HEML is implemented in a small Web browser that enables quickly editing web pages. HEML can be used for ordinary Web pages or for a program help system.
GrassView is a wxPython GUI for GRASS, the GNU Geographical Information System.
Various computational physics projects for the Mac / GNUStep platforms.
OpenPlay is a cross-platform network abstraction layer designed to simplify the task of creating programs which communicate across multiple computers and has been used in dozens of commercial products. Includes NetSprocket API compatability.
Venom is a small framework for writing 3d games and applications.