Torus is a simple game inspired by Torus for DOS. The object of Torus is to clear falling toruses by aligning toruses with the same color on one of several protruding pipes (the game concept is similar to that of Tetris). Torus is written in C++ using Qt and the STL.
Mash is a software implementation of the pencil and paper game of Mash. It's an easy to learn game which can be played by anyone. Currently it is implemented using the FOX GUI toolkit, which allows it to be ported with ease to both X11 (over Linux, BSD, etc.) and Win32.
Alizarin Tetris is a Tetris-like game with a twist for Unix, Win32, and BeOS systems. It includes multi-player support, user-extensible color, shape, and sound styles, can use TCP/IP networking, and features a few different AI opponents.
Cryptoslam is a curses based tool for creating and solving the simple pencil-and-paper cryptograms found in newspapers and puzzle magazines. It is a tool that aids in analyzing, examining, and trying possible decodings of simple substitution cyphers.