L-Fire DM is a server-side mod that adds many significant features and bugfixes to Quake2. L-Fire DM includes such features as organized match support, anti-spam, highscore lists for each level, IP banning, custom map loops, permissions for admin users, profanity filtering, and various logging options. L-Fire DM is built on the same source base as L-Fire CTF. Currently, conditional compilation is used to create separate CTF and DM mods. After more CTF options are added to L-Fire DM (such as techs, grappling hook, etc.), L-Fire DM and L-Fire CTF will be released as a single integrated mod.
L-Fire CTF is a server-side mod that adds many significant features to Id's official Quake2: Capture the Flag (CTF). The L-Fire CTF charter is to not change the fundamental game or balance of Id's CTF. Instead, this mod adds many much needed improvements and bugfixes to the game. L-Fire CTF includes such features as match support, rocket arena overtime, sudden death overtime, anti-spam, highscore lists for each level, team balancing, IP banning, custom map loops, permissions for admin users, profanity filtering, and various logging options.
Lincity is an SVGALIB (Linux only) and X based city/country simulation game for Linux and other Unix platforms (Solaris, FreeBSD, HP_UX, AIX, SCO and IRIX). There is also a Win32 version (win95 and NT) available as a separate package. The game reminds a bit of SimCity but has it's own goals and methods to get there.
NetSpades is a networked implementation of the card game spades for one to four players. It features both a console version (using SLang) and an X version (using GTK). It includes messaging so players may chat back and forth during the game. The server can handle multiple simultaneous games.
The Linux Memory Game is an X11 game using GTK+ library for children ages 3 and up. It is a lot more than the card game "Memory". It has five skill levels, the higher ones are challenging to adults as well. Additionally, one can choose from the menu to match 2 cards or 3 cards, or match different cards. This last "different card" mode can be a very good teaching tool for teaching languages, concepts, or association.