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Freecol

Web site: www.freecol.org Category: Games Sub-Category: Strategy Platform: Cross-platform License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: Freecol First release: January 2, 2003 Freecol – a turn-based strategic computer game based on Colonization. It is licensed under the GPL and belongs to the group of free software. Thanks to Java technology, the

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Freeciv

Web site: www.freeciv.org/ Category: Games Sub-Category: Strategy Platform: Linux, Windows, BSD, Unix-like License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: Freeciv First release: January 5, 1996 Freeciv – a free and open source empire-building strategy game inspired by the history of human civilization. Freeciv is a free clone of the turn based

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Tetris Friends

Web site: www.tetrisfriends.com (not active) Category: Games Sub-Category: Puzzle Platform: Cross-platform License: Proprietary Interface: Web-interface Wikipedia: Tetris Friends First release: 2009 Tetris Friends – an online version of Tetris video game, developed by Tetris Online, Inc. It was available on its website, and previously on Facebook. Registered users could compare

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FreeAlchemist

Web site: github.com/dakk/FreeAlchemist Category: Games Sub-Category: Puzzle Platform: Linux License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: 2008 FreeAlchemist – a figure block game written in Python where you have to connect blocks. The three or more blocks connected with the same shape will be replaced by a block with

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Handy/SDL

Web site: github.com/mozzwald/handy-sdl Category: Emulators Platform: Linux, BeOS, BSD, Unix-like, Windows License: GNU GPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: 2013 Handy/SDL – an Atari Lynx Emulator for Unix-like and Windows 32 operating system. It is a port of Handy emulator by SDLEMU and is based upon the original work by

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SMS Plus

Web site: cgfm2.emuviews.com (not active) Category: Emulators Platform: MS DOS, PlayStation License: unknown (open-source) Interface: GUI Wikipedia: First release: 2000 (?) SMS Plus – a portable, open source Sega Master System / Game Gear emulator. There is a modernized, cleaned up, basic, standalone port of Charles MacDonald’s SMS Plus. The

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