XWelltris is a 2.5D Tetris-like game. Imagine that you are looking into a glass from the top. You see four walls and the bottom. Flat 2D figures fall down from the walls one by one. You can move these figures from one wall to another or rotate them. If the figure leaves the wall, then it moves to the bottom while another figure is pushed. You need to form full rows or columns on the bottom. When you form such row it disappears and you receive additional empty space on the bottom and your score increases. Extra points are earned by making more rows disappear at the same time. If you can't place a whole figure on the bottom, then it stays on the wall and you can't place figures on that wall for a while.
Cube Trains is a puzzle game where you build elevated railways in a city. It features 3D puzzles, unlimited undo/redo, and smart placement of pieces. The non-linear level graph means you don't have to beat a level before unlocking the next one. The game comes with a built-in level editor, so you can build and share your own corners of the city.
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.
USokoban is a Sokoban clone for Linux. It features open external XSB Sokoban levelsets, support for level sizes up to 60x60, support for solutions of unlimited length, a fast algorithm for box pushing, unlimited undos, changes of skins, pasting of levels or solutions directly from the clipboard, copying solutions to the clipboard, a simple solver, and solution management.