A fast, powerful and adaptable GUI solution
Crazy Eddie's GUI (CEGUI) system is a graphical user interface C++ library. It was designed particularly for the needs of videogames, but the library is usable for non-game tasks, such as any other type of applications (rendering/visualisation/virtual reality) and tools. It is designed for user flexibility in look-and-feel, as well as being adaptable to the user's choice in tools and operating systems. Established in 2003, CEGUI sees continual, active development and remains one of the most powerful and most popular options for developers requiring an adaptable and efficient GUI solution. CEGUI is fully supported by the developers that created - and continue to develop - the library, and who are accessible via the project's dedicated internet forums and IRC channel. For more information, more screenshots and for news, check out out our homepage: http://cegui.org.uk The repository is now at bitbucket (including our issue/bug tracker): https://bitbucket.org/cegui
FreedroidRPG is an original isometric 3D role playing game taking place in the future, on Earth. It features action and dialogs. FreedroidClassic is a 2D arcade game similar to Paradroid. =========================================== !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !! FreedroidRPG is migrating !! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - Latest versions of Git repositories are on https://gitlab.com/groups/freedroid - Binary files are hosted on http://ftp.osuosl.og/pub/freedroid ===========================================
Realtime 3D game/visualization engine, written in C++, scriptable through Tcl/Tk, Python and Lua. Supports D3D and OpenGL for rendering, runs under Linux and Windows.
The main purpose of the Moonlight Engine is to be a general 2D game engine geared towards tile-based games, and RPGs specifically. Support for online games is also planned.
This project aims at writing a threaded, object-oriented and scriptable game engine targetting the .NET platform, using a mixture of c# or managed c++ ports of famous c/c++ components such as OGRE, CEGUI, Newton, Lua, Python, Audiere, OpenAL, etc...
Mac OS X and Windows OpenGL 3D Engine tools, content and code to create games and applications. Newton physics, OpenAL sound with OGG Vorbis, Lua, Revolution, written in C.
Over is a space-based comic-like RTS game with some MMO features (persistency, commander profile, etc...) It also features customizable fleets and wings. Over is build on a completely custom engine which currently runs on linux and windows.
Quick Vuln Check
Vulnerabilities Checker Framework. For use on GNU/Linux Created with Ubuntu
The Brazier Project is a structured server and client system. It is designed to allow communities to place their own worlds and maps onto the server, and script them accordingly.
The Massive G Engine is a simple yet feature-rich extensible 3D simulation engine for Robotics Research and gaming.
Networking and sockets in scripting languages is difficult and often overcomplicated! Monasic is a server daemon (service) which does all the low level work to create a simple message-based environment, allowing easy access to networking via scripts.
A open dynamic 3d game engine based around Ogre3d, Ageia PhysX, OpenAL, scriptable in the LUA language. The FPS demo game Monkeys in the Dark presenting the engine power with use of deferred shading, normal mapping and the new technic of dynamic sound.
QEngine is game engine which can be used to play Quake 1, Quake 2, and Quake 3 with enhanced graphics, physics, and scripting.
ShadeGE is an example implementation of features present in a modern 3D game engine. Games can be written using scripts in Python or Lua, or through the C++ API directly.
Making these little burgers with guns and hammers a bit better :)
The time of Archmages will be an open-source MUD game. Players can be connected to the game server using either a special client or through IRC or they can use a Web-interface. This means that a player can reach the server from virtually any platform.
Codename Noname stands for a new MMO Game in Development
Codename Noname is the current name of a project that is going to be a MMO Game. It's currently in planning phase, so there is not much to talk about.