gShogi is a Shogi (Japanese chess) game. It features loading and saving of games, setting the level of play, retracting moves, choosing Eastern or Western pieces, opening book, resizing the board, and support for USI engines. gShogi is based on GNU Shogi. It uses engine code and graphics for the board pieces from GNU Shogi. It has a new front end GUI for GNOME.
Wiz Solitaire for iPad is a collection of more than 25 solitaire games, including the usual classics like Klondike, Free Cell, and Spider. Wiz Solitaire features an easy-to-access Undo button, a description of each game's rules, detailed statistics, and more. Users who are already using Wiz Solitaire for Mac OS X will find the same experience with the iPad version.
Diagnil is a GUI application to help solvers of diagramless crossword puzzles. It accommodates puzzles distributed electronically using several file formats (puz, jpz, xpf, and ipuz) as well as those distributed in print form. Although software for conventional crosswords has existed for years, the diagramless variant has received little attention. Diagnil attempts to fill that void. It lets you solve puzzles by entering words, placing them on a grid, and moving them around the screen until the final shape is achieved.
SpaceZero is a RTS 2D space combat game for two players over a network. The objective is to conquer the space, defeating all enemies. At the starting point, you have only one ship and one planet, but you have money to buy more ships to conquer more planets. All the ships can be controlled by the computer (automatic mode) or by the player (manual mode). You can easily change among your ships, controlling all of them independently.
Gelide is a configurable multi emulator and multi system front-end that lets you manage any kind of emulated system (PC, console, arcade, etc.). Gelide lets you catalog and launch any game from any existing emulator under GNU/Linux. You can configure any emulator with command line parameters support.
Hydra Slayer is a Roguelike game focused on one thing: slaying Hydras. It is inspired by mathematical puzzles about brave heroes slaying many-headed beasts. Since each weapon can only cut off a specific number of heads (no more, no less), and then the Hydra regrows some of the lost heads, to defeat each Hydra, you need to find the sequence of attacks which kills it in the least number of wounds. Hydra Slayer also features divisor weapons, blunt weapons to stun heads, missiles, and shields, and a number of other magical items which are unique to this game.
yuxtapa is a multiplayer real-time CLI game. It looks like a roguelike, but feels like a multiplayer 1st-person shooter with a focus on team play. The idea is to take the "feel" of such team based multiplayer games as Enemy Territory into an NCurses-based game with roguelike controls. Like roguelikes, yuxtapa is lightweight but surprisingly rich under the crude surface. It features several classes from which to choose, each with a different special ability, randomly generated maps which can also be saved and reloaded, and multiple game modes or objectives.