Acquire is a computer version of the classic board game. The goal of the game is to make the most profit by buying stocks in companies that form, grow, and merge as tiles are placed on the game board. This program is a text-based version of the game and should be playable on any system with a C++ compiler.
Acrony is an online multiplayer word game that you can play either through your browser (any OS with Shockwave) or a Windows/Wine executable. The game consists of making the most entertaining phrase that matches a provided acronym, and then voting on who did the best job of it. An example for “F.B.A.” might be “Free Beer Anyone?” Integrated features include chat, a forum, user stats, and more.
Adanaxis is an action game where the fundamentals of space itself are changed by adding a fourth dimension to space. Initially, it's like learning to play a 3D FPS for the first time, as the hand and eye have to learn a whole new type of coordination. The gameplay involves rapidly blowing things out of the sky, with the usual assortment of enemies, allies, weapons, and power-ups, together with commercially sourced graphics, audio, and voice acting.
Two players ("red" and "green") take their turns on a 6x6 board. In the beginning, the board is empty except for a red "1" in the upper left and a green "1" in the lower right. Taking a turn means setting one field of the board. Setting a field makes it assume the sum of the points of the 8 surrounding fields. But there is a catch: if the field is of the opponent's color, their score is subtracted rather than added. If the resulting score is positive, the field will get your color, else your opponent's color. The same happens to the global score, which is just a colored difference of the score of all fields on the board. If the score in the end is red, red wins. If it is green, green wins. If it is black (0), it is a draw.
Adime is a library for constructing Allegro GUI dialogs in a way similar to scanf(), using a format string. Other features include a (customizable) 3d look and feel, 3d versions of some of Allegro's GUI procs, complete help in many formats (HTML, txt, chm, texinfo, man, devhelp, and RTF), and four example programs. Adime can currently be compiled on Linux, Windows/MinGW32, Windows/Borland C++, Windows/MSVC, DOS/DJGPP, DOS/Watcom, Apple MacOS X, and QNX.