Bounce Evolution is a playable game that demonstrates the impressive graphics capabilities of the Nokia N900. Use the intuitive motion control to guide your character Bounce through beautiful scenery. You can choose to race against time on the futuristic racing track, or just enjoy stunning landscape in the non-interactive demo. The game is rendered using OpenGL ES 2.0 hardware acceleration, allowing the game’s next-generation graphics to run smoothly on the sharp 800 x 480 display.
Hex-a-hop is a great puzzle game in which a girl has to break all the green tiles in an hexagonal map without getting trapped. There is no time limit and no real-time element.
The objective is simply to destroy all the green hexagonal tiles on each of the 100 levels. As you progress through the game, more types of tiles are introduced which make things more difficult and interesting.
Nako (Näkö) is a pexeso-like single player game. The point is to practise one’s memory by turning hidden tiles.
Collect the boxes and don’t become mad. Solarwolf is an action/arcade game featuring amazing graphics and cool music. It is is originally based on the SolarFox game on the Atari 2600.
All this, yet the best feature of all is; it is a hecka lotta fun!
The point of the game is to scramble through 48 levels of patterns, collecting all the boxes. The part that makes it tricky is avoiding the relentless hailstorm of fire coming at you from all directions.
Classic 2D jump ‘n run sidescroller with Tux.
SuperTux is a classic 2D jump ‘n run sidescroller game in a similar style like the original SuperMario games.
Tennix 2009 World Tour
A funny 2D tennis game. Tennix is a funny tennis game in 2D, controllable via the D-Pad or a touchscreen. If your have a hardware keyboard (either on your tablet or an external one), you can even play against friends (player 2 plays using O, L and K).
A game that can be played in large meetings. The players write down management-nonsense word like "Out-of-the-box-thinking", "Synergy", "Content streamlining" etc. in a 5 by 5 square bingo card. If a word or phrase is used during the meeting you check the box. When you get a five box line (horizontally, vertically or diagonally ) you shout "BULLSHIT!" and win. Company bigshot fancypants: "And that is why this merger is going to benefit shareholder value by creating value driven content. You: "BULLSHIT!" Company bigshot fancypants: "You’re fired!"
Very basic MooBox implementation. Turn the box upside down to hear the sound of a cow…
Variations on Rockdodger
Dodge the rocks until you die. VoR is a quick action game where you drive a space ship and try to avoid crashing into rocks. This is a fairly hard game, intended to be a quickie game for when you want to kill a few spare minutes.
The story of a robot who must find a kitten robotfindskitten is a "Zen simulation," originally written by Leonard Richardson for DOS. The user must find a kitten in a field of random entities.
The Ur-Quan Masters
The Ur-Quan Masters is the public release of the legendary Star Control 2 from 1992. Starcon2 was a revolutionary adventure game which featured role-playing elements and 2D arcade-style space combat in the grand tradition of Space War. The Ur-Quan Masters brings together the best features of the PC and 3DO versions and adds a fast-paced Super Melee mode.
You assume control of a single vessel built with an advanced alien "Precursors" factory-planet and return to Earth, only to find it enslaved. In your epic quest to overthrow the Ur-Quan overlords, you must travel to remote star systems, gather resources, outfit your flagship, recruit alien allies, battle diverse foes, and discover and disrupt an enigmatic enemy tradition in time to prevent the annihilation of the entire human race!
This package includes the application and will install the required game content. You may also install the optional uqm-3do-data package (130 MB) to add the music and dialogue voice-overs from the 3DO release of Star Control 2.
"Mad Bomber" is a clone of Activision’s classic Atari 2600 console game, "Kaboom!," by Larry Kaplan, with spruced-up graphics and sound effects, and music and accelerometer based controls.
The Mad Bomber is loose in the city and he’s dropping bombs everywhere! It’s your job to catch them before they hit the ground and explode. Luckily, you have a set of trusty buckets to extinguish the bombs with.
This is an updated version of the 1980’s game developed by David L. Clark of BMB Compuscience Canada – it has been adapted to run on Maemo devices with a keyboard. Poor graphics, stupid AI, and no sound await you. The gameplay is simple, addictive, and fun. A `side-scroller’, you pilot your biplane across a static field, destorying enemy encampments and planes.
Wormux is pre-eminently a "convivial mass murder" game. Battle it out with your favorite free software mascots in the Wormux arena using dynamite, grenades, baseball bats and other bazookas… Exterminate your opponent in a 2D environment with toon-style scenery.
There are also lots of maps available for your battling pleasure! Wormux takes the genre to the next level, with great customisation options leading to great gameplay. There is a wide selection of teams, from the Aliens to the Chickens.
Crimson Fields is a hex-based tactical war game in the tradition of Battle Isle ™. Two players command their units on a map of hexagons, trying to accomplish mission objectives ranging from defending important locations to simply destroying all enemy forces. The game can either be played in ‘hot seat’ mode, via email, or against the computer.
Nethack with graphical 3D interface. Vulture’s Eye is a version of Nethack with a graphical 3D interface similar to the commercial Diablo RPG.
100 Boxes is a single-player game in which all boxes in a 10×10 grid must be filled according to a peculiar pattern. It supports an online score ranking system with personal score submission and high score table view.
Swap jewels’ positions to build up rows and columns as quickly as you can. Based on the famous game Bejeweled.
This is a clone of the classic game "BurgerTime". In it, you play the part of a chef who must create burgers by stepping repeatedly on the ingredients until they fall into place. And to make things more complicated, you also must avoid evil animate food items while performing this task, with nothing but your trusty pepper shaker to protect you.
Maelstrom, an asteroids clone You pilot your ship through the dreaded "Maelstrom" asteroid belt — suddenly your best friend thrusts towards you and fires, directly at your cockpit. You raise your shields just in time, and the battle is joined. The deadliest stretch of space known to mankind has just gotten deadlier. Everywhere massive asteroids jostle for a chance to crush your ship, and deadly shinobi fighter patrols pursue you across the asteroid belt. But the deadliest of them all is your sister ship, assigned to you on patrol. The pilot, trained by your own Navy, battle hardened by months in the Maelstrom, is equipped with a twin of your own ship and intimate knowledge of your tactics. The lovely Stratocaster R&R facility never sounded so good, but as you fire full thrusters to dodge the latest barrage you begin to think you’ll never get home…
Doom is a classic 3d shoot’em’up game written by id Software. It was released in 1993 and the source was released in 1997.PrBoom is a version of Doom using the Simple Direct Media layer (SDL) library. It is based on MBF and LxDoom, which in turn are based on Boom, an early free port of Doom for DOS.
PrBoom requires an IWAD to play. A free IWAD is available in the freedoom package or the doom-wad-demo package. You can put your commercial Doom IWADs into /opt/doom/wads.
Fast action puzzle game swap jewels’ positions to build up rows and columns as quickly as you can. Play in single player mode or against another Maemo user over network. Based on the famous game Bejeweled.
Simple Rush-hour based puzzle game with 12 levels
Nintendo NES/Famicom emulator iNES will run software written for Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and Famicom videogame consoles. It also emulates Famicom Disk System, VS System, and other Famicom-based hardware and addons.
Clone of Transport Tycoon Deluxe OpenTTD is an open source clone of the Microprose game Transport Tycoon Deluxe (TTD). As president of a start-up transportation company in 1950, you have a choice of building rail, road, air and maritime transportation routes to build up your transportation empire. Outsmart your competition by beating them to attractive passenger and commodities routes to become the game’s highest-ranking transport company by the year 2050.
Internationalized version of the classic boggle game GBoggle is a classic boggle game for GTK+ platform. It supports internationalization of dictionaries and alphabets (currently English, French and Hungarian are supported). Visual feedback is provided on the board for input words and shows missed words at the end of the game.
Mancala, the ancient African game of skill!
An implementation of the classic Freecell cardgame for the Maemo platform.
N-Speed is a futuristic 3D racing game.
Nintendo GameBoy emulator. VGB will run software written for Nintendo GameBoy and GameBoy Color handheld videogame consoles. It also emulates multiplayer mode, Super GameBoy, Pocket Printer, and other addons.
A hildonized port of the famous game Bomberman. It was very popular in the eighties. Multiplayer over network, as well as standalone with computer steered enemies.
ScummVM is a program which allows you to run certain classic graphical point-and-click adventure games, provided you already have their data files.
Quetoo is a Quake2-compatible game engine for GNU/Linux and FreeBSD. It’s focus is simplicity, security, stability, and speed.
Jooleem is a simple yet extremely addictive puzzle game.
This is the demo version of doom 1. If you have the full doom1, you can copy your .wad to the device and play the full game.
A simple Sudoku clone. Creates new Sudokus on the fly. Current version now also supports generating riddles with a user defined complexity.
NetHack is a roguelike computer game originally released in 1987.
Four Rivers is a puzzle game inspired from Shisensho/Kyodai. The board consists of 7×12 tiles which must be removed in pairs following some simple rules to complete the board.
A simple MineSweeper clone.
Biloba is an abstract strategy board game for 1 to 4 players. At each turn the player moves pawns on a octogonal shaped board (but squared cells) trying to remove opponent’s pawns from it. It includes an AI opponent for single player mode, and supports local or network play for 2 or more (up to 4) players.
Nice implementation of the classic italian card game. Play against the computer.
A nice puzzle game with different tile sets, sound and highscore table.
Fred is a logical arcade game. The goal is to navigate a little pink spider through a system of platforms. Fred can not die–you can touch whatever objects you like and fall from arbitrary height.
Simple port of the original IceBreaker game.
VectorMine is an old school fast shoot them’up using Maemo n900 accelerometers. It s a "clone" of MineStorm on Vectrex. Simple, but really addictive.
Sensitive Motion is a remake of the classic C64 Game. Roll your player around the level clearing all the iceblocks becareful not to burn your bridges though.
De-Lite, A game by jamie Fuller. A simple lights out clone, Simply switch off all the lights in the minimum amount of moves. But beware, switching one light will affect the lights adjacent to it.
Simon Tatham’s Portable Puzzle Collection contains a number of popular puzzle games for one player.
Kobo Deluxe is a third person scrolling 2D shooter with a simple and responsive control system – which you’ll need to tackle the tons of enemy ships that shoot at you, chase you, circle around you shooting, or even launch other ships at you, while you’re trying to destroy the labyrinth shaped bases. There are 50 action packed levels with smoothly increasing difficulty, and different combinations of enemies that require different tactics to be dealt with successfully. It’s loads of classical arcade style fun.