Non FPU versionAuthor: Dan Olson, Steven Aaus
Hacked Hexen is a Linux port of Raven Game’s old shooter, Hexen.
Gem Drop X is a fast-paced puzzle game where it's your job to clear the screen of gems before they squash you! (You're at the bottom, they're at the top, and they keep coming!)
Gem Drop X was directly ported from the original GemDrop for the Atari 8-bit, which was based on "Magical Drop III" by SNK.
You grab gems (up to 10) of the same color and use them to knock more gems off the screen. Match 3 or more of the same color in a column and >BAM!< they explode! Any adjacent gems of the same color also explode, causing a chain reaction that might cover the entire screen!
The more gems that disappear with one shot, the higher the score you get!
(Also be sure to check out Krystal Drop!, a newer game for Linux/Windows/etc. based on 'Magical Drop')
|Description:||A bidirect. scrolling space game based on Defender|
|Date:||10 Nov 08|
|Author:||Bill Kendrick port by Arti|
A certain monopoly-owning bad guy has been cloned hundreds of times by an unknown alien race. They are now attacking earth, kidnapping little penguinoids and converting them into mutants. Helping them on their way are some other nasty alien ships, of which there are plenty.
“Vectoroids” is a vector-based rock-shooting game similar to the arcade classic “Asteroids.” It is an SDL game based on the source for “Agendaroids,” an X-Window game written for the Agenda VR3 Linux-based PDA written by the same author.
(This game is being entered into the “SDL Game Under 1 Megabyte” contest held by No Starch Press / Loki Entertainment Software in late 2001.)
ttt is a very simple one- or two-player Tic Tac Toe game played using a mouse. It was developed in response to a request by Barbara Schaffer of the American Red Cross. It is released as Free Software under the GNU General Public License. (That is, it’s Open Source.) See COPYING.txt.
You and your team of archeologists have fallen into the “catacombs of the zombies.” There’s no time for research, though; the walls are closing in, and the zombies have sprung to life!
Fortunately, you’ve discovered an ancient mystical potion which allows you to create and destroy walls. Bottles of this potion are strewn about the catacombs. Grab them, and you can break through walls when you get stuck, or create a wall behind you, if you’re being chased.
The longer you survive, the faster you have to move.
“Entombed!” is a free, Open Source game written using libSDL. It is based directly on the Atari 2600 game “Entombed,” (c) 1982 U.S. Games Corporation.