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GNU Robots

1.2.0 (2 Aug 2008)
GNU Robots is a game/diversion where you construct a program for a little robot, then watch him explore a world.

Crimson Fields

0.5.3 (28 Feb 2009)
The outcome of the war lies in your hands.

DreamChess

0.2.1 RC1 (13 Sep 2013)
DreamChess is an open source chess game.

Plee the Bear

0.6 (27 Aug 2011)
4 PM or so, Plee wakes up, tired.

Attal

1.0rc2 (23 May 2008)
Attal: Lords of Doom is a software game still in development.

LordsAWar!

0.2.0 (16 Mar 2011)
LordsAWar is a turn-based strategy game where up to 8 players strive for control of as many cities as possible.

GNUjump

1.0.8 (24 Jul 2012)
GNUjump is a clone of the simple yet addictive game Xjump, adding new features like multiplaying, unlimited FPS, smooth floor falling,...

Trackballs

1.1.4 (24 May 2007)
Trackballs is a marble game inspired by the 80's Atari classic Marble Madness.

Tales of Middle Earth

2.3.5 (11 May 2008)
Tales of Middle Earth (ToME) is a fantasy adventure game, based on the works of J.

Blocks

1.12 (8 Jun 2010)
Blocks is a 3D Jump n' Run game.

Stormbaan Coureur

2.1.6 (30 Nov 2009)
Stormbaan Coureur is the Linux game with a larger track and many challenges.

Gravitation

3 (3 Mar 2008)
Gravitation is a video game about mania, melancholia, and the creative process

Conquest

8.5 (20 Apr 2011)
Conquest is a Unix/C port of a real-time, multi-player space warfare game that was originally written in RATFOR for the VAX/VMS platform...

Simutrans

112.3 (20 May 2013)
Simutrans is a freeware and open-source transportation simulation game.

Ri-li

2.0.1 (31 Oct 2007)
Ri-li is an arcade game licensed under the GPL (General Public License).

Bygfoot

2.3.2 (7 Jul 2009)
Bygfoot is a football (a.k.a. soccer) management game for Linux and other UNIX look-alikes.