Unreal Tournament 2003 Demo is a self-booting Gentoo Linux-based LiveCD, allowing you to play the demo using any modern PC with an NVIDIA GeForce 2 or greater graphics card and a CD-ROM drive. It has full networking, complete OSS sound support, and additional Creative Soundblaster Live! and Audigy support included, allowing for the full gaming experience including LAN/Internet play, OpenAL environmental audio, and 3D accelerated OpenGL graphics.
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.
L3D is a 3D library for developing OpenGL applications under Linux. The library has a main display loop, and call-back functions similar to those in GLUT. It has a graphical console for output of information. The goal of this project is a library which is small and hopefully scalable.
psxsound.wad is a wad file for Doom or Doom2 which includes all the sounds from the Playstation and Doom64 editions. Combined with some dark, ambient soundtrack, this greatly enhances the atmosphere and gameplay. All sounds were sampled directly from a console running PSX Doom/Doom64 and downmixed to 11KHz 8 bit (Doom PC format) while preserving the maximum possible quality. It should work with any Doom port/version that supports external wad files. ID Software and Williams Entertainment are the original authors of these sounds.
Multistat is designed to be a flexible log file parser for multiple game servers. Designed with an extensible plugin interface, it is able to process statistics for any game and output them in any format simply by the use of custom modules. Currently modules for Halflife, Counterstrike Source, Call of Duty 1, Unreal Tournament, Unreal Tournament 2004, and HTML output are included.