Gnome Honbun is a puzzle game for GNOME 2. It is played on a field size of which is 8x8 tiles. Whenever there are 3 or more tiles of the same color in a row or in a column, they will disappear. New tiles will fall from the top. You can swap two adjacent tiles but only in the case this operation would produce a "row" or "column" of tiles of same color.
The BoardGame tool is a front end for programming custom boardgames. It features an easy and flexible interface to interact with the players and has transparent support for network or AI-controlled games. Through a clear XML interface, games elements can be specified. Using an easy-to-learn back-end language like Python for rule implementations makes it very easy to implement, adjust, or enhance rules that come with a game. The same back-end language can be used easily for simple or complex AI implementations.
A220 Mission 1 is an arcade game written as a Java Midlet for cellphones. It lets you fly through mountains and cave systems, eliminating multiple enemies before finally destroying the Pirate Base. You pick up weapons, shields, and fuel powerups along the way. There are multiple levels, terrains, and enemies.
DMN is a game based on a classic Spanish game, "Dominó". The domino is a board game where two or four people can play, one player vs. other, or two partners vs. other two. The player who runs out of dominoes wins. DMN tries to be modular, so that everything is a module (player input, display output, sound output, configuration, and game options).
Gweled is a GNOME version of a popular game (for PalmOS, Windows, and Java) called "Bejeweled" or "Diamond Mine". The aim of the game is to make an alignment of 3 or more gems, either vertically or horizontally, by swapping adjacent gems. The game ends when there are no possible moves left.