SuperTux is a 2D platformer game, inspired by Super Mario. Here, the main character is Tux, Linux’s pet, instead of Mario. You have to move (arrow keys), jump (space bar) and fire (CTRL key) in order to get to end of the map. The gameplay is very simular to Nintendo’s Super Mario. There are “Question boxes” with coins and special items, like a snowball (to grow), keys or a flower, which enables you to fire using CTRL.
LBarrage is an action game. Your objective is to destroy tanks. You are in a tower defense and you can’t move but you can launch your missiles and attack them. There are different types of tanks, each one with different properties of speed and score. Left click to shoot and right click to recharge. This game is another one from LGames and Michael Speck. It’s under the GNU GPL v2 license.
Maze of Galious is an adventure game with lots of monsters and a huge map to explore. It was first designed by Konami to be played in MSX. This is an unofficial remake. The website of the game says : MoG is a very addictive game where you have to kill thousands of enemies, collect items in order to obtain new powers and defeat some really great demons at the end of each level.
LMarbles is a layout-matching puzzle game, an Atomix clone. You have a pattern to represent with balls and you can control the balls inside a maze. You need to move the balls in the maze in order to get the correct pattern. Click on the ball and click on the direction you want the ball to be moved. To make it more interesting there are obstacles like one-way streets, crumbling walls and portals.
BeLife is an implementation of Conway’s Game of Life. It is known as a zero-player game since the initial input determines the whole game. The game has an infinite grid with cells whit two possible states, dead or alive. You specify at the beginning which cells are alive and which are dead. There are four rules then: Any live cell with fewer than two live neighbours dies, as if caused by under-population.