0 A.D. is a free, open-source, cross-platform real-time strategy game.
0 A.D. (pronounced "zero ey-dee") is a cross-platform real-time strategy (RTS) game of ancient warfare. It's a historically-based war/economy game that allows players to relive or rewrite the history of ancient civilizations, each depicted at their peak of economic growth and military prowess.
Smokin' Guns is a GPLv2 licensed first person Western style shooter based on the Quake 3 engine (Id Tech 3) developed by a loosely knit team of developers and artists. This project represents the game engine.
Political Space Warfare is a Universe Long Time, RTS, and Roleplaying game, with Key features on Political, Social, Economy and Military Warfare. Play Online Offline and on your local Network.
A techonogically advanced engine using C++ and ASM as languages.
A techonogically advanced engine using C++ and ASM as languages, with improved performance and a almost virtually infinite triangle count support, even on slower and older machines. It haves a full shader system, physics system (DOE Based), 100% physically correct lightning and colour grading, and supports various popular formats in 3D modelling and gaming scene. It was previously under a heavy eula policy, but now is under GPL because of internal problems.
I will be making eaither a dragonball online or a naruto online
crossplatform multithreaded object-oriented render and audio engine
SH-Engine - crossplatform multithreaded object-oriented render and audio engine. Based on OpenGL 3. Support for Windows and Linux. Contains 2D-graphics, 3D-scene and sound.
OpenGL 3.3 + 4.0 game engine with world editor
The engine for the upcoming Open Terror. This engine is based mostly on the XreaL project, with parts taken from AltUrt and ioQuake3 too. Still under development, but will soon be one of the first modern semi-realistic open source FPS games.
A particle simulation visualization program
ParticleVis is a visualization tool specialized for loading and exploring particulate simulation data. It contains a set of features that enables powerful and useful visualizations of particle simulations to be quickly generated. Support is provided for visualization of hundreds of thousands of particles on commodity workstations, using OpenGL. Functionality includes data exploration, debugging of simulation output, and generation of presentation-quality imagery. The ability to visualize vector flow information in a variety of forms, such as arrow-lines, inscribed glyphs, and motion blurred particles, is particularly useful in the study of granular flows. User-generated information can be integrated into the visualization using features such as per-particle color maps and surface maps, per-region vector fields, and volumetric data.
simple 3d scene viewer for windows/linux/android
Simple test for 3d scene viewing demonstrating usage of: Qt5.1: a bit of qml framework+lot of native (c++) OpenGL ES: portable windows/linux/android code QtCreator framework: compile on all platforms License: - 3d models were taken from The Guild 2 Renaissance. All rights belong to Nordic Games GmbH. Non-commercial usage with courtesy of Nordic Games GmbH. - trackball code inspired by apple cocoa help Note: - home made qml widgets (Qt5.1 compatible) - home made openGL shaders - C++11 Warning: - work in progress, no build help right now - tested on windows/gcc, nexus 7