Warsow is a standalone, eSports-oriented FPS game. It is based on Qfusion, an advanced modification of the Quake 2 engine. It features fast-paced gameplay focused on trix (trick jumps) and art of movement. War§ow features a complete power-up system, including weak and strong fire mode for each weapon in all "normal" gametypes as well as Warshell (battle shield) and Warshock (quad damage) for team-based gametypes. Its cartoonish graphics use cel shading with a style that is similar but not identical to Manga.
Q3utX Master Browser is an efficient Urban Terror game servers browser. It interrogates a "Master Browser" and retrieves all servers notified, then shows all info about game servers through an Ajax loader. It shows the server game name and type, IP address and port, server engine, current map name, number of users, and current players. It can filter based on game type.
Gambatte is an accuracy-focused, cross-platform Game Boy and Game Boy Color emulator. It is based on hundreds of corner case hardware tests, as well as previous documentation and reverse engineering efforts. The core emulation code is contained in a separate library back-end (libgambatte) written in pure platform-independent C++. There is a GUI that uses Trolltech's Qt4 toolkit (gambatte_qt), and a simple command-line SDL front-end (gambatte_sdl). The GUI front-end contains platform-specific extensions for video, sound, and timers.
Step Into Chinese is a flexible language-mining tool to assist English speakers seeking to understand the Chinese language. Inside is an extensively cross-referenced data structure which allows the user to pursue deeper understanding of contexts, for example, by "locking on" to a particular Pinyin context and viewing successive instances of the same morpheme used in similar contexts.
KAtoms is a clone of an old Amiga turn-based multiplayer strategy game for the KDE desktop, with improvements such as irregular board shapes, AI players, and a scalable user interface. Players take turns to place their atoms on the board, causing explosions and chain reactions which convert enemy atoms to their own color. The object of the game is to overwhelm the board. The simple rules of the game give rise to complex and unpredictable reactions which provide interesting gameplay.
KLightsOut is an implementation of Lights Out, a handheld electronic puzzle game. The game consisted of a 5 by 5 grid of buttons containing lights. At the start of a game, a pattern of lights would be switched on. Pressing a light would toggle it and the four adjacent lights on and off. The goal of the game is to switch off all of the lights. KLightsOut expands on the old Lights Out gameplay with larger boards, more states, and holes in the board.