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This page is to propose games that are not included, not on the Rejected games list, and apparently are free, but either additional research is needed to confirm that, or someone just needs to create an article.

Games by last release[edit]

2015[edit]

2014[edit]

  • inspired by "1024":
    • 2048
    • 2048, a 4D version
  • Pacewar (*), a space combat game. (code gpl, media cc by-sa and cc0. listed inside the tarball)
  • Slappa (*), a simple fighting game.

2013[edit]

2012[edit]

2010[edit]

2008[edit]

2007[edit]

Games from the List of games[edit]

Name Homepage Latest Release Date of Latest Release
Foo @sf.net 1.0 2008-04-10 (as of 2011-07-26)
FreedroidClassic download 1.0.2  ? (as of 2011-07-26)
Freelord  ?  ?  ?
Free Awale homepage 1.3 2008-05-06
freeVikings homepage 0.6 2006-06-06
Friq homepage 0701-2 2007-09-17
GalaxyMage Redux homepage  ?  ?
Gcompris homepage  ?  ?
GNU Robbo homepage 0.66 2010-11-12
GNU Robots homepage 1.2.0 2008-08-03
gPlanarity homepage 16554 2009-09-12
Hexalate homepage 1.0.0 2009-04-08
Holotz Castle homepage 1.3.13  ?
infector Homepage 0.2 2009-03-01
iSoccer project page test 2008-04-13
iteam Homepage  ?  ?
KBattleship  ?, KDE Games 2.0 2009
Keys of Naand  ?  ?  ?
KGoldrunner info page 3.0 2009?
Kloben project page 0.7 2007-09-14
Koules homepage 1.4 1995-06-10
Krucenigmo homepage 2003-05
KSame information 0.5.1 2009-??-??
KSokoban an old KDE Games page 0.4.2?  ?
Ktuberling homepage KDE Games  ?  ?
Lavirinto3d Homepage@SF.net  ?  ?
Lemming Ball Z Homepage  ?  ?
Linley's Dungeon Crawl Homepage 4.0.0  ?
Mad Bomber homepage 0.2.5 2003-03-16
Mass Homepage 0.4.0 2004-07-25
MegaMek Homepage 0.32.2 2007-01-17
Monsterz Homepage 0.7.1 2007-12-17
MotoGT Homepage 20101127 2010-12-14
Nanobot homepage
Newton Adventure homepage 1.10
Njam @SF.net 1.25
Noiz2sa Linux port, Windows version 0.51a 2004-07-17
Om@r Cockroach @SF.net Feast Edition 2008-12-10
Om@r Missing Treasure @SF.net 0.1 2008-09-15
On Sight homepage 1.1 2001-11-30
OpenClonk homepage 3.3 2013-04-10
OpenLiero homepage  ?  ?
OpenMW homepage 0.19.0 2012-11-10
Pang Zero @ SF.net 1.3 2007-07-15
Physics Defense project page "FirstTest" 2007-09-07
Piano Booster @sf.net 0.6.4 2009-12-02
Pipepanic homepage 0.1.3 2006-05-16
Pixelman  ?  ?  ?
PyGtkPipes homepage 0.2  ?
PythonTurtle homepage 0.1.2009.8.2.1 2009
PyWright Wiki 10 2008-09-
rRootage @SF.net 0.23a 2009-07-07?
RubyTet  ?  ?  ?
Same GNOME information  ?  ?
Scavenger (XScavenger, SDL Scavenger) original X version;
new SDL version
sdlscav-145_2008_06_11 2008-06-11
Settlers article 1.2  ?
Schoolsplay homepage  ?  ?
Soace Monster homepage (404 as of 2009-06-17) 0.3  ?
SpaceFighterAce SpaceFighterAce on Kibabase 0.0.2  ?
Spout home directory, Debian PTS 1.3  ?
The CopyPirate  ?  ?  ?
TONG homepage 1.0 2004-12-23
Torus Trooper Homepage, Linux port 0.22  ?
Toy Cars Homepage 0.3.9 2009-05-22
TROPHY @SF.net 1.1.5 2007-08-08
Tubularix @SF.net 0.2.0.1 2009-07-24
Tumiki Fighters Homepage, Linux port 0.2c  ?
TuxFighter Homepage .54 2008-02-24
Tux vs Clippy homepage 0.2.5 2004-08-31
TwigMan homepage 1.0.1 2008-02-27
Twisted Shootout
War3D homepage 0.8.1 BETA ?
Warship Battle @freshmeat 0.3 as of 2005
WebCrossword homepage 2003-03-04
Wound Up! PyWeek 5 entry 1.0.2 2007-09-09
XBlockOut homepage 1.1.5 2007?
XBomb homepage 2.2 2008-01-22
XEvil homepage (E403) ? ?

unsorted[edit]

  • Ant Wars (*) - seems like BSD+GPL or something.
  • Arena Live (*) - I have checked nothing, according to a forum post it's based on OpenArena? --AVRS 12:40, 3 August 2009 (UTC)
  • Atomorun (*) - GPL, but the source code link is broken. --AVRS 20:19, 27 May 2009 (UTC) Seems to work now, is the media free? GNUbie (talk) 16:43, 3 April 2013 (CEST)
  • AudioQuake (*) - GPL code, but requires Quake data files, so not a free game (maybe a free engine). But is it possible to adapt it to OpenQuartz or something else? --AVRS (talk) 21:17, 15 March 2013 (CET)
  • Caph (*) - GPL3 --Lubos 11:56, 15 September 2010 (UTC)
Is it completely under GPLv3, including media?
Media unclear, isn't it?
Yes, I agree. (I was the one who suggested the game, even though the IP is different.) 83.252.31.148 18:31, 19 September 2009 (UTC)
  • Frag (*) - an FPS in Haskell
  • Haxima (*) - Haxima is a game based on the nazghul engine. Looks like released under GPLv3.
  • M.A.X. Reloaded - http://www.maxthegame.de/ (*) - I have no idea of how much of a clone it is, and if it is playable without non-free data. --AVRS 13:25, 13 April 2009 (UTC) I was told on #maxr that the original is not needed to play and the licensing looks good. GNUbie (talk) 18:40, 17 February 2013 (CET)
  • MiniTanques (*) - at Linux Game Tome - Version 0.91 on September 9, 2007 (or version 0.9.7) — not sure the tanque images are legal, they look pretty similar to the Battle City’s ones
  • MyMan (*) - a text-mode Pac-Man clone. --AVRS 12:55, 21 September 2009 (UTC)
  • Open World Soccer (*) - Source code is released under the GPL; media content license must be verified
  • Parchís (didn't check the exact licensing) --AVRS 14:37, 22 October 2009 (UTC)
  • Solipsis (*) - a P2P system for a massively shared virtual world
  • Ultimate Stunts (*) - http://ultimatestunts.nl/ - supposed to be GPL, but the data/licenses.txt file in the source archive suggests possible copyright violations. --AVRS 21:27, 26 May 2008 (CEST)
  • violetland (*) --AVRS 19:10, 28 April 2010 (UTC) This looks good to add. (GPL + CC-BY-SA) GNUbie (talk) 18:54, 17 February 2013 (CET)

-- free (see the founder's blog), but not clear if it's a real game yet. --AVRS (talk) 23:05, 16 September 2013 (CEST)

  • Yoda Soccer (*) - Source code is released under the GPL; media content license must be verified

Jigsaw puzzles[edit]

Tetris-like games[edit]

(Probably) Windows-only games[edit]

“Free but Shackled”

  • VirtualBus (*) is a bus simulator in Delphi, under GPLv2+. Uses the non-free BASS library for audio. --AVRS 12:57, 3 August 2009 (UTC)
  • VlakoSim (*), a train simulator made using SDL and OpenGL. Hopefully the licensing includes the media. --AVRS 14:24, 28 February 2009 (UTC)
  • [2] (*) Nine Engine is designed to be a 3D game engine based on Microsoft Xna that allows you to create games for Windows, Xbox and Windows Phones. It have a RTS demo: Isles. the Engine is under a Free Software license Microsoft Public License (Ms-PL) which isn't compatible to GPL, though.
  • Dead Meets Lead (*) C# language, engine and media except audio MIT licensed.

Non-computer games[edit]

  • Libre (*), a Trading Card Game
  • Domino Knights (*), “an alternative to the numerous battle-focused, collectable card games on the market today.”
  • Moonstone RPG - don't know if the one with its own domain is related.
  • One Die System (1d6) - german pen-and-paper roleplaying system licensed under the GPL.


Engines[edit]

Are these games?[edit]

Games by Jason Rohrer (apparently at least all of his games on SF.net are PD)[edit]

Likely sources for more free games[edit]