Batalla Naval is a networked BattleShip game. It supports up to five players
at the same time. Clients are available for GNOME, X11, ncurses and Win16.
GNU Robots is a game/diversion where you construct a program for a little
robot, then watch him explore a world. The world is filled with baddies that
can hurt you, objects that you can bump into, and food that you can eat. The
goal of the game is to collect as many prizes as possible before are killed
by a baddie or you run out of energy.
This project is intended to provide Linux (and therefore Unix) programmers a
powerful, easy-to-use, portable interface to make games and other multimedia
software that use the largest amount of the capacities offered by a
Linux-based PC, at least emulated (even on other Unix/Linux platforms).
Linux Game Tome is an open database of Linux games and game-related stuff.
Users can submit information about their favorite Linux games and update,
review and rate games that are already in the database. The Game Tome is
fully searchable and contains no artificial colors or dyes.
The theory behind UN*X ATTACK is simple ... you defend your own base while
eliminating the other players. To do this, you use tanks, mines, pods,
lasers, guns, neutrons (nukes! All good games have nukes!) .. and more. The
current client for UN*X ATTACK is curses based, allowing you to play from a
workstation, xterm, dialin connection, or even a dumb terminal.
UN*X ATTACK is a fast paced game. With up to 16 players and four active
tanks per player, UN*X ATTACK can have a lot going on at once!
UN*X ATTACK features an easy to use interface (with customizable keys), all
necessary data on-screen at all times, and a convenient TALK/CHAT mode to
allow you to talk to your fellow players before and after the game.
DUMB is a 3D graphics engine more or less compatible with that used in id
software's Doom. It plays Doom, Doom II and Heretic levels, and also allows
you to create your own. A level editor for X is included. This is a
Altima is intended to be a fantasy online role-playing adventure for Linux
similar to Ultima Online.
Amcl aims to be a small, fast and useable mud client for X, not just being a
big blunt in the way.
Mmucl is a mud client written in the scripting language Tcl/Tk. Mmucl comes
with two different graphical interfaces, xmmucl and winmmucl, and one
console interface, cmmucl. Xmmucl is a floating tool bar that uses a xterm
to display mud output. Winmmucl provides its own window to display output
My intention in coding Mmucl was to combine the functionality of unix mud
clients with a nice graphical user interface. Mmucl is extendable through
tcl scripts. The sample mmucl.rc provides a number of examples.
The Flight Gear project is attempting to provide a sophisticated flight
simulator framework for developing and pursuing interesting flight simulator
ideas. We hope to have a good basic sim that can be expanded and improved
upon by anyone interested in contributing.
© 1999 by Stefan Hornburg
Last modified 03. June 1999