100% Free Software games

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Free
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se unió: 08/24/2012

This is the official topic for report true Free Software games.

When you want to report a game (new or absent) just post on this thread and i will increase the list in this first post.

I will try also to help (when i can) Libregamewiki ( http://libregamewiki.org ) users to update the wiki and i hope that you will do the same thing.
Here is an exaustive list of rejected games http://libregamewiki.org/Libregamewiki:Rejected_games_list from Libregamewiki

I'm starting with the games i play at this period.

Shooters

- Xonotic http://www.xonotic.org/
- OpenArena http://www.openarena.ws
- Teeworlds https://www.teeworlds.com/

Strategy

- Dopewars http://dopewars.sourceforge.net/
- Liberal Crime Squad http://sourceforge.net/projects/lcsgame/

Roguelike

- NetHack http://www.nethack.org/
> glHack http://glhack.sourceforge.net/

miga
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se unió: 09/17/2011

I'd say you should add Nexuiz to that list (the GPL version, not the proprietary version). It's pretty much Xonotic, however, it runs on computers that can't run Xonotic for whatever reason, like mine. Xonotic crashes my GPU on even medium settings, forcing me to have to reset, where Nexuiz can run on max settings. It also has free content like Xonotic.

I'd also add these games to that list:
- Minetest: an infiniminer-like game where you build things and browse around an infinite, randomly generated world. Still needs work, but quite fun to play anyway.
- 0 A.D: A Free RTS game on ancient warfare.
- Neverball: A 3D arcade ball puzzle game.

I may have another game to add, but I'm trying to confirm that it's actually libre before I do so.

Free
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se unió: 08/24/2012

Nexuiz: i will try this on my laptop because Xonotic graphics requirements are too high for my old Intel video card ( maybe i can try with an Intel HD on my nextp laptop? i don't like so much NVIDIA and ATI )

Minetest: wow, very great! a Free Software alternative to Minecraft.

0 A.D.: great game!

Neverball: seems a nice and fun game with good graphic.

Free
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se unió: 08/24/2012

For admins: i can't edit my first post so i can't add games.
Can you help me?

Darksoul71
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se unió: 01/04/2012

Editing previous "posts" is not possible since this "message board" is simply another representation of the Trisquel mailing list. So every posting is truth is a mail sent to the list and thus not editable. At least not in the sense of a common BB where all postings are stored centralised on a server.

HTH,
Holger

MagicFab
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se unió: 12/13/2010

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On 08/26/2012 05:13 PM, name at domain wrote:
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> This is the official topic for report true Free Software games.
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> When you want to report a game (new or absent) just post on this
thread and i will increase the list in this first post.

Oh, please NO.

I get enough email as it is. Go the LibreGame wiki, that's what it's
for. Invite people to subscribe to changes/contribute there, start a
LibrePlanet group, start another mailing list, report here once or twice
a month, whatever, but PLEASE don't use this forum/mailing list as your
personal database/staging area for other content.

PLEASE NO.

Thank you,

Fabian Rodriguez
http://trisquel.magicfab.ca

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Free
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se unió: 08/24/2012

Sorry, i am moving everything to an appropriate place.
If anyone is interested can leave their mail here.

See you soon.

aliasbody
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se unió: 09/14/2012

Question: Is there any commercial GPLv3 game out there ? (or with any other free software license ?)

Horgeon
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se unió: 03/29/2011

Doom 3.

aliasbody
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se unió: 09/14/2012

I wanted a game that started and still is fully GPL licensed. Doom 3 started as proprietary software and now only the engine is GPL the rest is under proprietary license.

onpon4
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se unió: 05/30/2012

I'm not aware of any. I'm developing a game like that in my spare time (a puzzle-platformer game, I think, kind of like Lode Runner) and I hope to develop more games like that after it, but it's in an extremely early stage right now (writing the engine; I've just barely started to add basic platformer physics) and my time is limited thanks to school, so it won't be ready for a long while (at least a year or two).

moilami
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se unió: 09/17/2012

http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/categories.html

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“Commercial” and “proprietary” are not the same! Commercial software is software developed by a business as part of its business. Most commercial software is proprietary, but there is commercial free software, and there is noncommercial nonfree software.
*/

Free Software can be commercial software. The business model usually is just different between proprietary software and free software. Most Free Software games does only get donations, however, that can be more than they might get if they released their games as proprietary software.

There is also one "commercial" MMORPG which is Free Software.

Magic Banana

I am a member!

Desconectado/a
se unió: 07/24/2010

I believe you are talking about Ryzom, which is indeed a good example of a commercial (i.e., people live from it) video game distributed under the terms of a free software license (the AGPL in this case). Here is its Web site.

moilami
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se unió: 09/17/2012

Yeah, I was talking about Ryzom.