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  1. Thanks for the suggestion. Btw. I'm now over 800 entries.
  2. Thanks for the appreciation. Unity is indeed very popular. You can get some open source replacements for it like libGDX, Monogame, Godot engine or some 3D frameworks like Urho3D, Panda3D, ... but they are all either less comprehensive, less practical to use or less OS independent. I'm personally more interested in the ideas behind the games. Converting them from one platform to another is usually possible one way or the other.
  3. I collected technical infos about more than 500 open source games and put them in a Github repository (game entries in text format). A dynamic HTML table of the entries is created from the data. It allows search and sorting. For all the games there is a link to the game homepage and the sources. Partly there are platform info or build info. I plan to add more games and fill in more info. I also converted some old CVS, SVN repositories to Git and put them on Gitlab.com/osgames. A game statistics page is automatically compiled about the games. It might be interesting to see what is out there, maybe get inspired by an idea. Suggestions for additions are always welcome.
  4. Hi, I collected technical infos about more than 500 open source games and put them in a Github repository (game entries in text format). A dynamic HTML table of the entries is created from the data. It allows searching and sorting. For all the games there is a link to the homepage, where to obtain the sources and other technical infos. I plan to add more games to the list and fill in more infos, but that will take a while. Suggestions for additions are always welcome. A statistics page about the entries is automatically created, revealing for example popular combinations like C++ and SDL2. I also converted some CVS, SVN repositories to Git of old, inactive game projects and put them on Gitlab.com/osgames. I hope you might find the list useful.
  5. Hi, I collected technical infos about more than 500 open source games and put them in a Github repository (game entries in text format). A dynamic HTML table of the entries is created from the data. It allows searching and sorting. For all the games there is a link to the homepage, where to obtain the sources and other technical infos. I plan to add more games to the list and fill in more infos, but that will take a while. Suggestions for additions are always welcome. A statistics page about the entries is automatically created, revealing for example popular combinations like C++ and SDL2. I also converted some CVS, SVN repositories to Git of old, inactive game projects and put them on Gitlab.com/osgames. I hope you might find the list useful. View full story
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