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It is a strategy based board game. It is a very inferior sub set of chess. Currently you can play this game with computer only.
The IrregularVocabularyTrainer is a project about developing a vocabulary trainer for people who learn english. But it's also a good choice for people who want to learn Basic/Qbasic effectivily, and want to see how to develop a OpenSource program.
Iterative Compression Algorithm: trying to prove Shannon was wrong.
J Sound System aims to become a multi-platform, API portable sound system for Free Pascal programs written in object-oriented Pascal and i386 assembler.
My first Java program! This will be a simple dungeon game (like Zork). I don't think there will be a combat system, but if there is, it won't be implemented for a while. I will be working with a few friends, but help is welcome!
A small pure Java port of BSD's NCurses console management tool. Makes heavy use of ANSI escape sequences.
Data migration tool Multi-Plataform for console and desktop mode.
JPTUI is a visually-attractive object-oriented textual user interface for DJGPP v2 and Borland C++ v4.
A clone of the classic arcade game Breakout origionally designed by the founders of Apple Computer. Made using the Allegro Game Programming Library.
Jhwctl provides a textgraphical user interface to access the LPT hardware port. [In the making: LPT/COM, FileTransfer, PCSP, VGA font, libSIOS/libTMET]
JonOS is an open source 16 bit operating system written 100% in assembly.
Batch file front end for playing media files with your favorite player (Like mplayer) Designed to allow for a "ten foot" interface and all navigation done with a number pad.
KURCalc carries out the basic arithmetic operations above the whole long (thousand signs) numbers. It is planned to add arithmetic operations, an opportunity of work with fractional numbers; to transfer on other OS. It's developed by Kurakin Alexander
Kalyp - a fantasy based roguelike game in Java, focusing on the artificial intelligence for the non-player characters and game design with a scripting language.
KewlWrite is a word processing program built for Linux and other systems that has a much wider variety of document setups than other text programs. For example, with KewlWrite, you can code an RSS page or write a page in PHP.
Latronix Regnum Arts - Open Source Faction is an open source and freeware developer for all sorts of goodies. Be it games or applications. This is the home for the Drug Turfs Game (A Drug Wars like game) and the Drug Turfs Library.
A messaging system designed for home use Created by: Chad Dunn
The Lcomp Scripting Engine is a scripting engine written in Visual BASIC for DOS 1.0 that can be used by a programmer to write automatated scripts to perform routine actions in DOS. It can be used as a simple automation tool or a vast programming language
Le Name Analyst is a simple game that generates meanings to a name.
Legend of the Wanderer TCG is a 3D Card based RPG. The game will have a unique battle system and some elements that are not in basic card games. The Battle animation is in real time 3D. You will be able to play online.
A RPG game engine from stratch in C++, defaulted to textmode, but graphics/music adoptable, no requirement to link against other DLL's or libsomething.so, for programmers to develop and a more enjoyable customized game
Small tools for diverse usage. Targeted for the win32-console or as 'small' GUI's (win32)
This program teaches library clerks (often temporary students) to shelve books and read shelves according to the official national book call numbering system, created by the Library of Congress.
LichtTools simulates a bulb, enabling the user to read books in front of the screen without other light sources available. When used on mobile platforms LichtTools acts as flashlight.