GF1 is a computer program for playing the 2 player boardgame GIPF. It has a nice and easy to use graphical user interface and you can play against another human, against the computer, or let the computer play against itself. The computer player is good enough to beat even the best human players at the moment.
GFingerPoken is a BlackBox-type game written in C with graphics in POV-Ray. It uses GTK+ 1.2 or higher and is based on an old MS Windows shareware game called Marble. It features an easy drag-and-drop interface and randomly-generated levels with adjustable difficulty. It now features network play with two different game types. It is currently fully playable, but is still a little rough around the edges.
gfortune is a replacement for the traditional Berkeley fortune program included with the BSD games package. This implementation supports recursion down a tree of fortune files, the option to limit the number of lines output (for scripting), and other features. It fully maintains the functionality of the original. It includes the author's own archive of fortune files.
This game is a port of GLHeretic to Linux. It is also the first usable port of DOS-Heretic to Linux which runs under X11, GGI, SDL, and SVGAlib. Sound and Music work, and two sorts of net games (UDP and IPX) are implemented. The game runs on Linux/x86, Linux/m68k, Linux/Alpha, FreeBSD, Netwinder, SCO-Unix, and other UNIX machines.