Diplojuge is a toolkit that can automate all of the actions of a judge in the Diplomacy game. Contrary to certain existing programs, the tools are simple and usable on the command line. The most important software is the adjucator. It reads the map, the positions of the pawns and centers, and the orders, and it prints the outcomes on standard output. This can make it possible to easily solve the orders on standard and electronic Diplomacy games. There are also tools to draw maps with resulting positions and to allot countries to players.
DreamChess is an open source chess game. Our primary target platforms are Linux, Windows, Dreamcast and BeOS. DreamChess features 3D OpenGL graphics and provides various chess board sets, ranging from classic wooden to flat figurines. A moderately strong chess engine is included: Dreamer. However, should this engine be too weak for you, then you can use any other XBoard-compatible chess engine, including the popular Crafty and GNU Chess. Other features include on-screen move lists using SAN notation, undo functionality, and savegames in PGN format. In future releases we plan to add support for time controls, audio, network play, more visual effects such as reflections and shadows, and 3D animated pieces.
Ecere Chess is a very simple, but fun 3D chess game with AI and network support. It will run on any platform supported by the Ecere SDK (currently Windows and Linux). It is a good opponent with whom to practice your chess skills, as although it is not very smart, it will rapidly take advantage of your mistakes since it sees all possibilities two moves ahead.
Empire is a game that is played against human opponents over a computer network. It is possible for a game to last from a few hours to many months. While the common goal of an Empire player is to win, there is no clear-cut definition of what winning is. Players may seek to achieve whatever goals they want to achieve.