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Empire
Empire is a strategy wargame played by a number of people (usually between 4 and 100) on the internet connected to an Empire Server. It combines strategy, tactics as well as economics and diplomacy.
Fireworks
'Fireworkx' is a pyrotechnic eye-candy simulation that explodes in both X and SVGAlib atmospheres.
FooBillard
FooBillard is a OpenGL-billard game with realistic physics. It supports 8-ball, 9-ball, carambol and snooker, and both computer opponent and network play. Visual features include reflections on balls, shadow pixmaps, detail switching of balls according to distance, and adjustments for eccentric hits.
Freeciv
Strategic game that is more or less related to Civ II, only better.
GL-117
GL-117 is an OpenGL- and SDL-based action flight simulator that provides a random terrain generator, lighting effects, sounds, and joystick support.
GLife
This is a candidate for deletion: Links work but no maintenance since 2000. Looks like a student project. Email to maintainer broken. Poppy-one (talk) 11:36, 31 July 2018 (EDT) Glife is a simulation that uses the concepts found in Artificial Life. Its goal is to provide a limited number of rules, and then watch some sort of "society" emerge. Trends develop as animals interact with the terrain and with each other. This program is an "Artificial Society" program. The rules are placed in the program (and are somewhat customizeable). You then observe what happens; you can also find information on the individual animals or watch specific trends such as "wealth distribution." You place the rules and watch trends and structures emerge. The terrain is a grid, and the circles inside represent the terrain and the animals.
GNOME War Pad
VGA Planets is a play-by-email space conquest strategy game, it can be played by 11 players max. This game is being played by strategy fanatics all over the world for some years now, is very addictive and there are several servers on the Internet that host various kinds of this games.
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GNUKart is a clone of old racing games in rear-view. The purpose of this project is to propose a quick multiplayer game, with code designed to be as portable as possible. It does not need a 3D card.
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You construct a program for a robot, then watch him explore a world. The world has people who can hurt you, objects you can bump into, and food you can eat. The goal of the game is to collect as many prizes as possible before you are killed run out of energy. The robot program is written in a text file, which doesn't limit programmers to a visual interface. However, such an interface (which will generate Scheme code) is also available for use by non-programmers.
GtkLife
GtkLife is a Conway's Life simulator for *nix. It features a modern user interface, a fast Life algorithm, a giant universe size (65536x65536), and a clickable collection of Life patterns
LibTAP
'libTAP' (The Architectural Playground) is a prototyping system for virtual reality and augmented reality applications. It runs on a variety of platforms. RAP (rapid application prototyping) is done through the Lua interface, which mirrors the C++ namespace as closely as possible. libTAP has a small but distinctive feature set, focused on prototyping of realtime 3D simulations.
  • Also known as 'Tacitpixel'.
Liberal Crime Squad
Welcome to Liberal Crime Squad! The Conservatives have taken the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches of government. Over time, the Liberal laws of this nation will erode and turn the country into a BACKWOODS YET CORPORATE NIGHTMARE. To prevent this from happening, the Liberal Crime Squad was established. The mood of the country is shifting, and we need to turn things around. Go out on the streets and indoctrinate Conservative automatons. That is, let them see their True Liberal Nature. Then arm them and send them forth to Stop Evil. Eventually the public will fall behind us, and we will put more Elite Liberals in government for greater justice. WARNING: The scope of this game is narrower than that of real life. We have attempted to include foul language, graphic violence, politics, religion, sexual references, adult situations, narcotics, prostitution, bodily functions and bad pickup lines, but Bay 12 Games recognizes that there might be omissions which will make some players uncomfortable. In light of these facts, use your discretion when making decisions about downloading LCS. (Description licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License from the LCS wiki http://lcs.wikidot.com/ )
Libquantum
'libquantum' is a simulation of a quantum computer. It provides an interface for a quantum register and for all important quantum operations. An efficient model for decoherence allows an analysis of quantum computation in a realistic environment. Features include the simulation of arbitrary algorithms, high performance and low memory consumption and interfaces for quantum error correction (QEC) and the density operator formalism. The package includes implementations of Shor's factoring algorithm and Grover's search algorithm.
LinCity
You are required to build and maintain a city. You must feed, house, provide jobs and goods for your residents. You can build a sustainable economy with the help of renewable energy and recycling, or you can go for broke and build rockets to escape from a pollution ridden and resource starved planet. It's up to you. Due to the finite resources available in any one place, this is not a game that you can leave for long periods of time. This package provides files common to both the X and SVGALIB versions of the game. To get the actual game binary, install either lincity-x or lincity-svgalib (or both).
Liquidwar
Liquid War 5 is a unique multiplayer wargame. Its rules are truely original and have been invented by Thomas Colcombet. You control an army of liquid and have to try and eat your opponents. A single player mode is available, but the game is definitely designed to be multiplayer, and has network support.
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Liquid War 6 is a fast-paced, unique action game. Each player controls a blob of liquid with the goal of conquering the entire map. It has 13 levels by default and over 100 more with a bonus pack; new levels can be easily created using simple image files. It's possible to play alone against the computer but the game is really designed to be played with friends, on a single computer, on a LAN, or over the Internet. (Network play is still under active development.)
Micropolis
New free version of the city building and managing game designed for OLPC's famous XO. Now you can make the make-your-own city game -- well, your own!
Minetest
Minetest is a Minecraft / Infiniminer inspired game, currently under active development. It is a “sandbox” game in which players explore an expansive world made of harvestable blocks. There are mountains, dungeons and very deep caves to mine from. Harvested blocks can be crafted into tools or objects, and/or attached to other blocks in the world. There is also a multi-player mode with a number of active servers. Minetest has a server-side Lua modding API, which makes it possible to add and modify content in easy-to-write mods.
Monster Masher
Monster Masher is an action game for the Gnome desktop environment. The basic idea is that you, as levitation worker gnome, has to clean the caves for monsters that want to roll over you. You do the cleaning by mashing the monsters with stone blocks.
OpenMAD
The OpenMAD project aims to provide versatile software implementations of mathematical models based on the theory of differential games which simulate the long term effects of war.
OpenRA
Recreations of C&C (Tiberian Dawn), C&C: Red Alert, and Dune 2000 are included as mods. These are not intended to be perfect copies, but instead combine the classic gameplay of the originals with modern improvements such as unit veterancy and the fog of war. OpenRA's primary focus is cross-platform multiplayer between Windows, OS X, and Linux; however, we include a number of single-player missions, and also support skirmish games against AI bots.
OpenTTD
OpenTTD is an open source simulation game based upon the popular Microprose game "Transport Tycoon Deluxe", written by Chris Sawyer. It attempts to mimic the original game as closely as possible while extending it with new features. OpenTTD is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2.0. For more information, see the file COPYING included with every release and source download of the game.
Particle Simulation
Particle Simulation lets you to spray particles into the "air". The number of simulated particles is only limited by the speed of your computer. The particles don't interact with each other, but will bounce back from the ground and accelerate depending on a gravity constant. This constant can be changed (along with a number of other parameters) in the source code or via commandline parameters.
Pioneer
Pioneer is an free software space trading, exploration and combat game
PyTraffic
PyTraffic is a Python version of the board game Rush Hour. The goal is to remove the red car out of the grid through the slot on the right. To do this you have to slide the other cars out of the way. PyTraffic comes with about 19,000 puzzles ranging from intermediate to expert, and has an extremely smart hint facility which is able to find the best move in every position.
ReCaged
ReCaged is a Free Software, Futuristic, Racing Game. With the main inspiration taken from the "Rollcage" and "Rollcage: Stage II" games, it has been written from scratch with focus on high simulation realism and flexibility. It also supports highly detailed 3D models for both rendering and collision detection. The project can also be found on Savannah and TuxFamily.
RedShift
RedShift is an OpenGL/SDL flight simulator that aims to eventually support civilian flight, combat, and multiplayer capabilities with a realistic flight model. :
Simple World
Simple World is the simulation of a world and the bugs that live on it. Simple World tries to reproduce the basic elements that define a simple world. The objective of the project is to observe the evolution of this world and of these bugs.
Stoned
This is a candidate for deletion: Links broken. No links to page. Email to maintainer broken.Poppy-one (talk) 12:32, 28 July 2018 (EDT) Stoned is a simple but fully functional curling simulation. It features 3D graphics, network play, and funky sound. The simulation supports two players with eight stones each, ten regular ends (plus unlimited extra ends if needed), automatic score tracking, turning of the stones, and sweeping.
Stormbaancoureur
Stormbaancoureur is a simulated obstacle course for automobiles.
Stunt Rally
Stunt Rally is a rally game with possible stunt elements, based on VDrift. It comes with 19 cars (from a truck to an electric buggy), 4 other vehicles (3 spaceships, 1 sphere), split screen and networked multiplayer up to 4 players and a powerful track editor. It currently has 167 tracks in 34 sceneries and players can install tracks made by the community. The driving is fairly realistic, with optional car damage, dynamic objects (such as barrels or tires) and collisions between cars in multiplayer. → Features
Tennix
Tennix! is a tennis game written in C using the Simple DirectMedia Layer. The game features a two-player game mode and a single-player mode against the computer.
Train Director
Train Director is a train dispatch simulation program. You can control the movement of trains by throwing switches and clearing signals and create your own territories with the included track layout editor.
Trigger Rally
The 3D rally game features an open landscape with no boundaries. Simple greyscale elevation maps form the terrain and road. Sprites are added as vegetation and road maps. Key feature is the good physics for drifting. But keeping on the road is not as easy as in many other rally games. Precise handling is paramount in order to keep the cars on track. Fog, different weather and light conditions add variation. To win a race you need to reach checkpoints in a certain order and get to the last one before the time limit is reached. In addition to many single race maps there are events where you need to win several races in a specific order in order to win the whole event. Since version 0.6.4 there is a career mode where additional maps and cars can be unlocked. There are already 170 races available. It's quite easy to add new maps and to adjust parameters. This game doesn't need the newest hardware. You can easily play it with quite old systems. Only basic 3D-support is needed.
VDrift
VDrift is a racing simulation game. This game is in the early stages of development but is already very playable. Currently the game features:
  • Over 45 tracks based on famous real-world tracks
  • Over 45 cars based on real-world vehicles
  • Very realistic, simulation-grade driving physics
  • Mouse/joystick/gamepad/wheel/keyboard support
  • Fully modeled tracks, scenery and terrain
  • Several different camera modes
  • Basic replay system with Skip Forward/Skip Backward
  • Fully customizable controls
  • Joystick, mouse and keyboard input filtering
  • Brake and reverse lights
  • Driver aids: automatic shifting, traction control, anti-lock braking
  • Experimental force feedback
  • Race against up to 3 AI with variable difficultly
  • Engine and road sounds


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