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Make Flathub Flatpak Requests (discourse.flathub.org)
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hey all, if you see a cool game check if it's on flathub and if not make a request

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Cooperative stealth game created over the span of 4 months by a team of 6 students from the Łódź University of Technology.

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in game on android

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From website:

A classic, turn-based strategy game with up to four armies fighting against each other. Challenge yourself in a campaign against AI, or a hot-seat battle with a friend. Using the easy map editor you can create any imaginable scenario to play!

ToF II follows in the footsteps of the original Tanks of Freedom and brings even more fun and depth. Take command of new types of units, use their powerful abilities, and turn tides of battles with many unique heroes. Experience new stories in four dedicated campaigns, or play skirmishes on a new set of maps!

This game is an open-source hobby project. All assets and code can be found on the Github page.

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Block Attack is a clone of Tetris Attack.

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Open Saber (Godot 4 based VR game) (leandrodreamer.itch.io)
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(I am an author of this game. I am not a shill, game is 100% free, there is no premium content, full game is avalaible without paying - this is work of passion and feedback is my main motivation).

"Dominion of Darkness” is a strateg/RPG text game in which the player takes on the role of a Sauron-style Lord of Darkness with the goal of conquering the world. He will carry out his plans by making various decisions. He will build his army and send it into battles, weave intrigues and deceptions, create secret spy networks and sectarian cults, recruit agents and commanders, corrupt representatives of Free Peoples and sow discord among them, collect magical artifacts and perform sinister plots. Note – one game takes about 1 hour, but the premise is that the game can be approached several times, each time making different decisions, getting different results and discovering something new.

Game is avalaible for free, online: https://adeptus7.itch.io/dominion

I am constantly improving the game, adding new content and mechanics, so Your feedback would matter.

If you are hesitant to play the game, I invite you to watch/listen to the reviews:

Indie Sampler (video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LM6f4UCEgWU

[BOKC] BlancoKix (video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgNpSKToOSg

And here is the source code: https://www.mediafire.com/file/vvnouok03mop8n7/Dominion_of_Darkness_1.7.html/file

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Lix v0.10.22 (lemmy.ml)
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From website:

Lix is an action-puzzle game inspired by Lemmings (DMA Design, 1991) for Windows, Linux, and Mac. It's free and open-source software, placed in the public domain via CC0.

Solve over 700 singleplayer puzzles. Play real-time multiplayer. Design your own levels.

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OpenTTD 14.0 (www.openttd.org)
submitted 2 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

From website:

Welcome to 14.0!

OpenTTD’s first release was in March of 2004. Now twenty years later, we are proud to present to you: release 14.0.

And boy, what a release it is. Do I dare to say: this has been the biggest release yet?

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submitted 2 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

[...] the large margin by which the name VoxeLibre won the voting on Discord [...] The new name of this project will be VoxeLibre

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submitted 2 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/18821047

TL;DR: try my Lua web games here, see github for self-hosting instructions: https://alexbarry.github.io/AlexGames

Hi all, here's a hobby project I've been working on: I wrote a bunch of simple Lua games, compiled the Lua interpreter to web assembly, and defined a simple API to draw on a canvas and handle input. It all builds to static HTML/JS/WASM, except a few hundred lines of python for a websocket server for multiplayer. I recently added some dockerfiles so I think it should be easy to self host.

Here is the web version on github pages: https://alexbarry.github.io/AlexGames/ , and the source on github (self-hosting instructions in the README).

I'll list some of the games:

  • local/network multiplayer: chess, go, checkers, backgammon, gomoku
  • single player or network multiplayer: minesweeper
  • single player only: solitaire, "word mastermind"[1], "endless runner", "fluid mix", "spider swing", "thrust"

[1]: it may not technically be multiplayer, but my partner and I enjoy picking our own hidden word and sharing the puzzle state as a URL or just passing a phone to each other.

Part of my motivation is to avoid ads on mobile games, and to be able to play different multiplayer web games with friends without having to get them to make an account and all that (just share the generated URL, it contains a multiplayer session ID). I also like the idea of having my own private web games server, and not having to be reliant on some service that might eventually get enshittified.

I figure that if I can throw together a similar game in a few hundred lines of Lua, then no one should have to deal with full screen ads or pay ~$10 to play them. Especially since most mobile games that I like are simple and I only play them for a few minutes at a time, maybe only a few times per week.

Self hosting isn't necessary to try it out, but without SSL it should just be a simple one-line command to host the HTTP and websocket server with docker compose. For SSL support it is a few more steps, I added steps to the README: one command to build the static HTML (so you can copy it to your web hosting server, which should already take care of SSL), and another to host the websocket server, which can have your SSL certs passed as parameters. But you don't strictly need the websocket server, it should just fail to connect after a few seconds and then you can play the games without network multiplayer. You can even use my websocket server and your own static HTML, just add &ws_server=wss://alexbarry.net:55433 as a URL parameter to your own URL. I haven't self hosted much on my public server, so I'd love to hear feedback on how to better handle SSL certs. Ideally you could just choose to not use SSL for your websocket server, but firefox at least prevents you from connecting to a websocket server without SSL if you're using SSL to visit the page itself on the same server. (On a local network without SSL it's fine, though)

Some features that I'm proud of:

  • the network multiplayer works pretty well, I'm pleased with websockets (previously I was hoping to get WebRTC working but I didn't have much luck). On the wxWidgets and Android prototypes I had a normal socket server working too, but I've focused on the web version since it's good enough
  • an English dictionary for word puzzle games. (aside: loading ~220k English words as javascript strings and a javascript array took like 12 MB of browser memory or more, but I got it down to ~6 MB by moving the dictionary to C managed memory)
  • state sharing via URL: for most games I serialize the state and then you can export it as a base 64 string in a URL. This is useful to keep playing on a different device, send a puzzle that you liked to a friend, or for "word mastermind", to choose your own word and get your friend to guess it.
  • built in autosave, undo/redo, and browsing previous saved states. I used the same code to render state previews that I wrote to render the games for normal play, so all a game has to do is implement state serialization, implement a few APIs to get that state, and call "save_state" whenever the player makes a useful move. Then games can simply call a few lines to add an "undo" and "redo" button, and those can call a one line function to fetch the previous or next state. (I'd like to add a full history tree at some point, but for now if you undo many times and make a new move, you lose the moves that you un-did ("undo-ed"?))
  • playing arbitrary games as zips of Lua files. While the self hosting community might not need this much (since they can just add their own games to the source and rebuild), I figured many people might be interested in writing a game without having to build and host my project. So I added support for unzipping bundles of Lua source files and storing them in the built in emscripten filesystem in the browser. I added an example game and an API reference, see the "Options" menu and the "Upload Game Bundle" section.

Let me know what you think! I'd love to hear feedback, or get new game contributions or bug fixes / features.

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Widelands 1.2 released (www.widelands.org)
submitted 2 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

From website:

The Widelands Development Team is proud to announce the immediate availability of the stable release Widelands 1.2.

Since the release of version 1.1, we implemented several hundreds of new features and bugfixes; for example, to name just a few of the highlights:

UI Plugins are add-ons that can add more functionality to the user interface
Naval Warfare preview: Invade foreign coasts using warships!
This is included as a preview feature and needs to be explicitly enabled in the game setup screen.
Soldier garrisons for ports and headquarters
Balancing changes to the Amazon economy
Fifth scenario for the Frisian campaign
More settings in the game setup screen, such as configurable durations for timed win conditions
Diplomacy handling for the computer players
Stick pinned notes onto map fields to mark important points
Hyperlinks let you navigate within the encyclopedia and to the online help
Easy maps publishing inside the editor
High-resolution images for many more units
Accessibility enhancements for many user interface components
Expose more functionality to the add-ons and scenario scripting interface
Fixed many crashes and hangs and enhanced error handling
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From Website:

"March 2024. The development team is proud to present version 1.18 of The Battle for Wesnoth!

This release features many new additions as well as refinements to existing content including a new Drake campaign, a full remake of our oldest Loyalist campaign, greatly improved graphical performance, major balance changes for multiplayer, achievements, many enhancements to the editor, and so much more!"

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submitted 2 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

A twist of Tic Tac Toe inspired by VSauce written in React + JS.

I will happily accept contributions, if you're interested you can check for any open issues or create your own!

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