These games are recreations of simple ASCII graphics games originally written in BASIC. They are ideal for use as Perl programming tutorials. Some of the first few games are PerlBlaster (defend your planet from invading aliens), PerlRacer (steer your car through the twisting passages), and PerlArena (eliminate the mutant hordes).
Vermin ExTerminator is a free multiplayer network game. It is a 2D real-time first-person shooter. Little worms (vermin) fight against each other using hand guns, rifles, grenades, or rockets. In other words, the game is mix of liero and a real-time worms. The game is written in Java with LWJGL as the OpenGL and OpenAL interface.
TESA (Tactics Editor for Squad Action) is a strategy editor for computer games. It allows the user to add team members to squads and edit actions they will perform in a squad-based game. It comes with all the map information needed for 32 player Battlefield 2 maps and is fully customizable to work with other games.
Aleph One is a 3D first-person shooter game based on the game Marathon 2 by Bungie Software. It is set in a Sci-Fi universe dominated by deviant computer AIs and features a well thought-out plot. Aleph One was originally a MacOS game, but a cross-platform version ("Aleph One/SDL") based on the Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) library is currently under development which runs under Unix, BeOS, and Windows.
CSBuddy is a tool designed to help Counter-Strike server owners, particularly those running AdminMod. It maintains a queryable database of all players that have been seen on the server, and it filters the raw logs of a Counter-Strike server and distills them into a single CSBuddy log which shows only high-level activity such as excessive friendly fire incidents, admin activity, and players complaining about misbehavior or saying suspicious things. This tool is built upon an included Counter-Strike log file parser which is provided in a simple derivable class.
HLmaps is a pair of Perl/CGI scripts for Half-Life game servers running on Linux, FreeBSD, and WinNT. It allows Web site visitors to view all your loaded maps, screen shots, download links, and some file statistics in a nice, sortable table. It optionally uses MySQL as the interim data store.