Krystal Drop is a free clone of NeoGeo's Magical Drop. In it, you play on a field on which lines of gems are being dropped by the top of the screen, at a regular basis or when your opponent makes a combo. You can take or drop gems from the bottom of the screen to make gems disappear. If you move gems in order to create a vertical alignment of at least three gems of the same colour, they will burst and start a chain reaction with all neighbouring matching gems. The aim is to prepare some other chain reactions while the first gems are bursting, in order to make a combo and send lines to your opponent. You lose when some gems reach the bottom of the field.
jTans is a Java version of Tangram, an ancient Chinese puzzle. The object is to put 7 geometric shapes together to form a given outline. All of the pieces must be used and are laid next to one another. It can be run as a Java 2 applet, a standalone application, or a Web Start application.
FX-Repton is a clone of the old BBC Micro Repton 3 game. It uses the portable FOX Toolkit library. The original Repton 3 game was produced on the BBC Micro and was the third hit Repton game for Superior Software. This game is available with sources for UNIX and Windows. A precompiled Windows version is available.