Free Tennis is a tennis simulation developed by a former tennis player. Its main feature is realism. For gameplay, "realism" means you have total control over the shot parabola. For graphics, it means players have realistic gestures. For AI, it means real tactics. A two-player mode via LAN is available.
Miller's Quest! is a fire-and-forget RPG, or more accurately, an RPG simulator. You simply start the game and watch experience points roll in. In this respect, it is quite similar to the popular Progress Quest for Windows, though the feature sets are quite different. While it currently lacks network play, Miller's Quest features a more varied combat system and a comprehensive, simply editable data set.
Raydium is a game engine. It provides a set of functions which allows quick and flexible game creation. It features 3D captures, data repositories, in-game live video capture and playback, a themable GUI, networked physics, full Python bindings, and many other things. The main idea is to keep all this as simple as possible.
Overslack is a slackline simulator/game. A configurable model world containing a slackline, a slacker, and ground is visualized, and its time evolution is calculated while the user controls the slacker using the mouse. Just as with real slacklining, there is no predefined goal, but it keeps track of the time you stand on the line.
This project is a collection of robots for the robocode framework. Robocode is an alphaworks project from IBM that provides an environment for creating software robots that compete against each other. This collection provides examples for people who wish to write their own robots.