BZFlag is a 3D, multiplayer, tank battle zone, capture the flag game that pits players against each other in a networked environment. It runs on Windows 95/98/NT/2000, Linux, MacOS 10.x, Irix, Solaris, and others. An OpenGL accelerator is highly recommended, but it is playable with 3D in software.
Babelize is a collection of localizations for Linux games. It currently features French, German, Polish, and Spanish translations for "Heroes of Might and Magic III", as well as French, German, and Spanish translations for "Alpha Centauri - Alien Crossfire". The goal of the project is to provide localizations for as many native Linux games as possible.
Battletech MUX is an Internet based, real-time rendition of the popular Battletech board game. Players take to the front lines in their very own mechs, tanks, and similar implements of destruction. Featuring an internal scripting language called SoftCode, game admins may sculpt their sites into whatever they can imagine, be it small-scale combat or massive, galactic conflict.
The Build Order Anlyzer for the Axis & Allies RTS is a tool for analyzing builds in the Axis & Allies RTS game. A "build order" in an RTS game defines the order in which a player builds their buildings, units, and upgrades. Understanding the timing and effect of various build trees is critical in making the appropriate tactical decisions during the game. The BOA allows a player to build and analyze multiple build orders without playing a game. It is especially useful when trying to figure out how to counter a particular build, and can save many hours of game play.
Chaotic Domain aims to revolutionize the RTS industry. Made up a team of "elite gamers" (not to mention great programmers and 3D modelers) we're combining the greatest features we like in other strategy games, fixes for some of the "annoying" parts of those games, and many new ideas of our own. With a full 3D galaxy that allows you to micro- or macro-manage and very customizable games, it should appeal to every user.