Games traditionally played on a board.
List of Board games
This is a list of free board games:
|British Bingo||2016-06-27||Board game|
British Bingo is a bingo game with 3 by 9 boards. The computer plays opponents who act like elderly people, e. g. by making mistakes and chatting. The number of players and the speed of the game is configurable.
There is no source code repository, but the source code is available for download.
|Clippers||March 4th, 2010||Board|
|Comisat Games Collection||2006-10-10||Snake, Hangman,, Tetris, Board game.|
comisat Games Collection is a collection of free software games written in Gambas. It is one of the first notable Gambas games, with exceptions being code examples such as recreations of Snake, Robotfindskitten, and other small efforts. The game is available in English and Italian.
Crosswords is an Android game that is based on the rules of Scrabble. Older versions are available for PalmOS and PocketPC. There is a single player mode where the player is against one or more computer opponents. Multiple player mode is available through Bluetooth or over the internet through a central server.
In addition to the default word list, additional word lists can be downloaded from online within the application. The default lists are BasEnglish2to8, CollegeEng_2to8 (the default for human players), and Top5000 (the default for computer players). A more comprehensive word list is OWL2_2to15.
|Deer Portal||2016-06-09||Board games, Card game||
A hybrid of board and card game driven by the four classical elements. For 4 players. Game takes place in an ancient world where Almighty Deer God is protecting all the compassionate creatures.
|GNU Go||19 February 2009||Board games, Online|
GNU Go is a Go‐playing program. It has a built‐in text based interface (shown in this article image), but it can also be used with graphical frontends like like GoGui, qGo and CGoban 1. As of May 2015 the latest stable version of GNU Go is 3.8 released on 19 February 2009.  It has been licensed under the GPLv3 since 24 October 2007 in CVS.
GNU Go also provided support for online gaming with the GGZ Gaming Zone service. Along with support for GGZ, it played on Go servers like NNGS Go, Legend of Go server hosted in Taiwan, and the WING server hosted in Japan.
glParchis is an implementation the popular Parchis game, which is played with a dice and 4 pawns per player. Players have to move their pawns out of their nest, around the whole board, into the destination of the player's color.
|Pasang Emas||2013-08-05||Board game|
Pasang is a traditional two-player board game. The players take turn capturing each others tokens. In the end, the player with the most tokens wins.
Pioneers is a computer version of the popular board game The Settlers of Catan. The game features multi-player (both online over the internet and hot seat) and single player against AI opponents.
There are sixteen unique pieces, each with four properties. Players take turns choosing a piece which the other player then places on the board. Line up four pieces or form a two by two block with at least one common property to win the game.
Scrabble3D is computer version of the popular word puzzle board game. In addition to a 3D board, it supports the classic Scrabble and Superscrabble rules.
Scrabble games can be played online against other players or locally against the computer.
|Tenes Empanadas Graciela||2007-03-15||Board games, Online|
Tenes Empanadas Graciela (TEG) is a turn-based strategy game similar to Risk written by Ricardo Quesada and licensed under the GPLv2. Teg supports the GGZ multiplayer server framework. The latest version of the game is 0.11.2 released on March 15th, 2007. It was written in the C and Python programming language.
See also: Risk
|TripleA||no image||2015-09-03||Board games|
TripleA is an online board game which is similar to Risk, as well as a game engine for turn based strategy games.
- membership list for the Clippers project
- Clipper download page
- Clippers project page
- project page
- Download page for GNU Go
- Licensing info in COPYING file in GNU Go's CVS hosted by savannah
- Fact Sheet for GNU Go at ggzgamingzone.org
- Teg sourceforge.net project page accessed on October 5th, 2008.
- Sourceforge.net membership list for the TEG project accessed on October 5th, 2008