KBall is a game of skill and reflexes suitable for all ages. The idea is to move a ball around the map without falling or running out of time, and getting the prizes, in order to reach the exit. The map has different traps, such as slides, pushers, jumps, falls, and walls, etc. Maps are viewed from top view, and the walls and player's ball are real-time rendered in beautiful 3D. There is a map editor available inside of the game, to make custom maps.
Transcend can best be described as retro-style, abstract, 2D shooter. The graphics are geometrical, and the pace is sometimes frenzied. Two features set Transcend apart from other games. First, its dynamic graphical engine, which can smoothly morph from one complex shape to another in realtime, produces striking displays. Combining these dynamic shapes with subtle randomizations ensures that each new play through a level is visually different from the last. The second novel feature is the musical power-up system. As you play through a level, you are simultaneously assembling an abstract visual collage and arranging a unique piece of music.
TONG is Tetris and Pong in the same place at the same time. Think you're an old-school game master? Have at two classics at once! Rules governing what happens when pong balls hit Tetris pieces change on-the-fly and are wildly customizable. Set up your game your way, tuning all game settings to your liking.
Bomns for Linux is a fast-paced multiplayer deathmatch arcade game. Its gameplay is best described as "old-school," as it is based on the popular text-based Bomns franchise. It has several modern conveniences, however, such as a level editor and GTK2 configuration tool. Despite the name, Bomns for Linux is quite portable and can easily be built on nearly any platform.