WILDERLAND (WL) allows you to see what's REALLY going on in this wonderful world created by Veronika Megler and Philip Mitchell in 1982 at Melbourne House. It runs the original game code in a rudimentary Spectrum emulator, while displaying the state of objects and animals, the current positions of the latter, and a log what all the other creatures (NPC) do while Bilbo is in one place.
The beginners' guide to Redcode, v1.21
Core War (or Core Wars) is a programming game where assembly programs try to destroy each other in the memory of a simulated computer. The programs (or warriors) are written in a special language called Redcode, and run by a program called MARS (Memory Array Redcode Simulator).
Learning Three.js: Augmented Reality 3D Pong
This post presents a livecoding screencast of Augmented Reality 3D Pong. This is an experiment to use augmented gestures as a way to interact with game. So i picked a game classic “pong”. We gonna learn how to code a pong in augmented reality with webgl. The result code is only 100lines!! Nice for augmented reality + webgl + a game :)
Probed/RPG · GitHub
The goal of this project is to create an Infinite Randomish Universe within which the player explores, quests, fights, loots, equips, levels and more.
Mystik RPG - An open-source Java 2D Tile RPG Engine
Mystik RPG's goal is to become a great Java 2D Tile RPG Engine. It boasts multiple maps, configurable maps in JSON, local content storage, monsters and more! You can start by either downloading the GitHub repo for faster, offline playability, and dissect the game, play with the map editor, or play directly from the browser!
Matt's Webcorner - Direct3D 9.0 API Interceptor
This is a program that intercepts all Direct3D 9 (D3D9) commands issued by a running application. These commands are then dispatched to a separate program that interprets and responds to them. The commands can be forwarded to the operating system, discarded, or modified as desired.
Ogmo Editor is a general-purpose 2D visual level editor for independant game developers. It's an Adobe® AIR™ application and it is cross-platform, running on Windows, OS X and Linux.