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Luola is a 2D arcade game where you fly a small V shaped ship in different kinds of levels. Luolas genre "Luolalentely" (Cave-flying) is (or was) very popular here in Finland. Though cavern-flying games are not originally Finnish, nowdays most of them are. Luola is largely inspired by V-Wing, my favourite cave-flying game. While V-Wings graphics might not have been flashy, they were crisp and clear, and the playability and choice of weapons was superb. This is also my aim with Luola, not too much eye-candy, but solid playability..Sdl - 2d Arcade Game - Arcade Game - 2d Arcade - Luola - Game - Shaped - Ship - Small - Arcade - Games
Adrian project is a RPG using SDL and OpenGL.
DateSep 20, 2010
Rush 2005 is a football game using SDL. Rush 2005 is a BSD-licensed project to create an American football game for Windows and Linux in the tradition of Tecmo Bowl and NFL Blitz, built using the cross-platform SDL game programming library..
DateAug 6, 2010
Zorn is a 2D top-view space shooter written in Python, using SDL and OpenGL. There is no story. Oh, there used to be one. A story about a fledgling civilisation, alien technologies, unfathomable enemies and valiant struggles.
DateSep 1, 2010
Bombic project is a dynablaster clone, that runs under Linux. Originally the game was running under Windows but I decidet to create port of the game. I think it deserves it. Well what the game offers?
DateSep 15, 2010
Sporktris is a clone of Tetris-clones. It is meant to be fun, functional, and pretty, with as little annoyance as possible. Technical details: Sporktris is written in C++, using SDL for graphics and input (for easy portability).
DateSep 13, 2010