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Open Source Games List – Latest Roundup of 40 Games

We had earlier covered a list of 30 open source games which has great game play. As we enjoy playing them and times are passing by, more and more developer community and game developers have been striving hard,  contributing to create amazing games with great game plays and graphics for free.

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Here is a list of open source games that have done recent releases:

1. O.A.D

Open Source Games

Wildfire Games, an international group of volunteer game developers have release of "0 A.D. Alpha 10 Jhelum" a free, open-source game of ancient warfare. This alpha release features Hellenic factions such as Athens, Macedonia and Sparta; technologies, civilization phases, click-and-drag walls, healing and more. The Software is available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. 0 A.D.


2. Angband

Open Source Games

Angband is a free, single-player dungeon exploration game where you take the role of an adventurer, exploring a deep dungeon, fighting monsters, and acquiring the best weaponry you can, in preparation for a final battle with Morgoth, the Lord of Darkness. The game is supported on Windows and Mac OS X.


3. Battle for Wesnoth

Open Source Games

The Battle for Wesnoth is a turn-based tactical strategy game with a high fantasy theme. Build up a great army, gradually turning raw recruits into hardened veterans. In later games, recall your toughest warriors and form a deadly host whom none can stand against! Choose units from a large pool of specialists, and hand-pick a force with the right strengths to fight well on different terrains against all manner of opposition. The game supports Windows, Linux and Mac OS


4. Blades of Exile

Open Source Games

Exile is a series of role-playing video games created by Jeff Vogel of Spiderweb Software. Blades of Exile is one of the four games released in the series. It consists of three short scenarios set after the main trilogy as well as an editor that allows players to create their own scenarios, which need not be set in the Exile game world at all. Several hundred custom-made scenarios have been designed since the release of the game in 1997. Blade of Exile supports Windows and Macintosh.



BZFlag is a free online multiplayer 3D tank battle game. The name originates from "Battle Zone Capture The Flag". It runs on Windows, Mac OSX, Linux, BSD, and other platforms. It was one of the most popular games ever on Silicon Graphics machines and continues to be developed and improved.


6. Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup

Open Source Games

Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup is a free roguelike game of exploration and treasure-hunting in dungeons filled with dangerous and unfriendly monsters in a quest for the mystifyingly fabulous Orb of Zot.   Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup has diverse species and many different character backgrounds to choose from, deep tactical game-play, sophisticated magic, religion and skill systems, and a grand variety of monsters to fight and run from, making each game unique and challenging.

Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup can be played offline, or online on a public telnet/ssh server thanks to the good folks at (CAO) and (CDO). These public servers allow you to meet other players’ ghosts, watch other people playing, and, in general, have a blast! The game supports Windows and Mac OS X.


7. FlightGear

FlightGear Open Source Games

FlightGear is an open-source flight simulator.  It supports a variety of popular platforms (Windows, Mac, Linux, etc.) and is developed by skilled volunteers from around the world.  Source code for the entire project is available and licensed under the GNU General Public License.

The goal of the FlightGear project is to create a sophisticated and open flight simulator framework for use in research or academic environments, pilot training, as an industry engineering tool, for DIY-ers to pursue their favorite interesting flight simulation idea, and last but certainly not least as a fun, realistic, and challenging desktop flight simulator.


8. Freeciv

Open Source Games

Freeciv is a Free and Open Source empire-building strategy game inspired by the history of human civilization. The game commences in prehistory and your mission is to lead your tribe from the Stone Age to the Space Age. Freeciv is supported on Windows and Mac OS X.


9. FreeCol

Open Source Games

FreeCol is a turn-based strategy game based on the old game Colonization, and similar to Civilization. The objective of the game is to create an independent nation. You start with only a few colonists defying the stormy seas in their search for new land. The FreeCol aims to create an Open Source version of Colonization. FreeCol supports Windows and Mac OS X.


10. Freedoom

Open Source Games

The Freedoom project aims to create a complete Doom-based game which is Free Software. Combined with a free source port, people will also be able to play the back catalog of extensions made to Doom by hobbyists over the last 15 years. The game is supported on GNU/Linux, BSD, Mac OS X, other POSIX, Windows.


11. FreedroidRPG

freedroid Open Source Games

FreedroidRPG aims to provide a popular reference game in the open-source world. The goal is to do so through the implementation of an immersive world with distinctive dialog and graphical styles in a format that is friendly to all ages while providing a fair amount of choice to the player. FreedroidRPG features a real time combat system with melee and ranged weapons, fairly similar to the proprietary game Diablo. There is an innovative system of programs that can be run in order to take control of enemy robots, alter their behavior, or improve one’s characteristics. You can use over 50 different kinds of items and fight countless enemies on your way to your destiny. An advanced dialog system provides story background and immersive role playing situations. It is supported on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.


12. FreedroidClassic

freedroidclassic Open Source Games

FreedroidClassic also aims to provide a popular reference game in the open-source world. The aim of the game is to destroy all enemy robots by either shooting them or seizing control over them by creating connections in a short subgame of electric circuits. The graphics are designed to be a fairly faithful reproduction of the original game, but a modern set of tiles is also available. The game runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.


13. GNU Chess

gnu chess Open Source Games

GNU Chess lets most modern computers play a full game of chess. It has a plain terminal interface but supports visual interfaces such as XBoard.


14. Hedgewars

Hedgewars Open Source Games

Hedgewars is free open-source software. It is a turn based strategy, artillery, action and comedy game, featuring the antics of pink hedgehogs with attitude as they battle from the depths of hell to the depths of space. As commander, it’s your job to assemble your crack team of hedgehog soldiers and bring the war to your enemy. It is supported on Windows and Linux.


15. M.A.X.R. (Mechanized Assault and eXploration Reloaded)

MAXR Open Source Games

M.A.X.R. (Mechanized Assault and eXploration Reloaded) is a fanmade strategy game by the community of M.A.X.R. is OpenSource and a remake of the old M.A.X. by Interplay from 1996 featuring network games based on TCP/IP (e.g. over the internet). The game can be played in a turn-based mode (with or without time limit), or simultaneous mode (all the players take their turns at the same time), and features combat in air, land, and sea. Three resources are present on the maps – raw materials, that are needed to manufacture units, structures and ammunition, fuel, that power generators need to function, and gold, that is used to purchase upgrades. This game is a mix of realtime and turnbased strategy with battle chess character. MAXR works on Fedora Linux, GNU/ Linux, Windows and Mac OS X.


16. Netrek

Netrek Open Source Games

Netrek is a multi-player battle simulation with a Star Trek theme. As a player, you captain starships to engage enemy vessels, bomb armies and invade planets in order to expand your team’s space empire. The ultimate goal is to genocide the enemy race, but the carnage of battles along the way is ruthlessly fast paced and a lot of fun! It run on Windows, Linux, or Macintosh.


17. Oolite

oolite Open Source Games

Oolite is a space sim game, inspired by Elite, powered by Objective-C and OpenGL, and designed as a small game that is easy for users to pick up, modify and expand upon. Almost every aspect of the game can be changed by using simple, free graphics packages and text editors.
Originally written for Mac OS X, Oolite is available for Mac OS X (10.4 and higher) and PCs running Windows XP, Windows Vista or Linux


18. OpenArena

openarena Open Source Games

OpenArena is a free (as in freedom) network enabled multiplayer first person shooter based on the ioquake3 fork of the id tech 3 engine.
It aims to be a free software clone of Quake III Arena, retaining it’s gameplay while replacing the propietary content with brand new free (as in freedom, again) content. Its goal is to create new, original media while providing a stand-alone multiplayer game in the process.


19. OpenDune

opendune Open Source Games

OpenDUNE is an open source re-creation of the popular game “Dune II”, originally made by Westwood Studios, and released by Virgin Entertainment. It attempts to re-create the original game and apply modern technology to it to allow it to be run natively on most operating systems. OpenDUNE is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2.0. It supports Windows and Linux.


20. OpenTTD

openttd Open Source Games

OpenTTD is an open source simulation game based upon the popular Microprose game "Transport Tycoon Deluxe", written by Chris Sawyer. It attempts to mimic the original game as closely as possible while extending it with new features. OpenTTD is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2.0.

OpenTTD is officially supported on BSD, especially FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD, Linux
Solaris and Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7


21. PokerTH

pokerth Open Source Games

PokerTH is an open source Texas hold ’em simulator for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and GNU/Linux. The game is faithful to the Texas Hold ’em rules and betting system. PokerTH allows for up to ten human players, with computer-controlled players filling in if there are not enough humans. Players can also play against other PokerTH users online.


22. Rigs of Rods

Rigsofrods Open Source Games

Rigs of Rods is an open source vehicle simulator licensed under the GNU General Public License version 3. What makes Rigs of Rods different to most simulators is its unique soft-body physics: vehicles, machines, objects, etc. are simulated in real-time as flexible soft-body objects, giving the simulation an extremely accurate behavior which entirely depends on the physical construction of the vehicles or objects you create.It runs on Windows, Linux and Ma OS X.


23. Scorched3D

scorched3D Open Source Games

Scorched3D is a simple turn-based artillery game and also a real-time strategy game in which players can counter each others’ weapons with other creative accessories, shields and tactics.Scorched3D is totally free to play and is available for Microsoft Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems.


24. Seven Kingdoms

kingdom Open Source Games

Seven Kingdoms is a real-time strategy (RTS) computer game developed by Trevor Chan of Enlight Software. The game enables players to compete against up to six other kingdoms allowing players to conquer opponents by defeating them in war (with troops or machines), capturing their buildings with spies, or offering opponents money for their kingdom. It runs on Winodws and Linux.


25. Speed Dreams

Speeddreams Open Source Games

Speed Dreams is a 3d cross-platform, open source motorsport simulation and racing game. It is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL). Speed Dreams is a fork of the open racing car simulator Torcs, aiming to implement exciting new features, cars, tracks and AI opponents to make a more enjoyable game for the player, as well as constantly improving visual and physics realism. For the moment, the supported platforms are Linux (x86, x86_64) and 32 bit Windows. The Mac OS X port is in progress.


26. SuperTuxKart

tuxkart Open Source Games

SuperTuxKart is a Free 3d kart racing game; we want to make the game fun more than we want to make it realistic. You can play with up to 4 friends on one PC, racing against each other or just try to beat the computer.A network multiplayer feature is in progress. It is available on Windows and Linux.


27. Teeworlds

teeworld Open Source Games

Teeworlds is a free online multiplayer game, available for all major operating systems. Battle with up to 16 players in a variety of game modes, including Team Deathmatch andCapture The Flag. It lets you can even design your own maps. It Supports Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.


28. Tux, of Math Command

tuxmath Open Source Games

Tux, of Math Command (TuxMath, for short) is an open source arcade-style video game for learning mathematics, initially created for Linux. The game-play mechanic is based loosely on that of the arcade game Missile Command, but with comets falling on cities, rather than missiles. It is supported on Linux, Windows, Mac OS X and BeOS.


29. UFO: Alien Invasion

UFO: Alien Invasion is a strategy video game in which the player fights aliens that are trying to take control of the Earth. It is a squad-based tactical strategy game in the tradition of the old X-COM PC games, but with a twist. The game combines military realism with hard science-fiction and the weirdness of an alien invasion. The carefully constructed turn-based system gives you pin-point control of your squad while maintaining a sense of pace and danger.

It runs on Linux, Microsoft Windows, AmigaOS 4 and Mac OS X for both PPC and Intel Macs.


30. Unknown Horizons

unknown horizons Open Source Games

Unknown Horizons is a 2D realtime strategy simulation with an emphasis on economy and city building. Expand your small settlement to a strong and wealthy colony, collect taxes and supply your inhabitants with valuable goods. Increase your power with a well balanced economy and with strategic trade and diplomacy. It is supported on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.


31. The Ur-Quan Masters

The Ur-Quan Masters Open Source Games

The Ur-Quan Masters is the free version of of Star Control 2 3DO. Star Control II: The Ur-Quan Masters is a critically acclaimed science fiction video game. The game is available as download for Windows, MaOS X, Linux and BSD.


32. Vega Strike

Vegastrike Open Source Games

Vega Strike is an OpenSource 3d Space Simulator. Vega Strike is an Open Source 3D Action-Space-Sim that lets you trade, fight, and explore in a vast universe. Vega Strike is built on top of OpenGL and runs on Win/Lin/Mac platforms. Vega Strike (the game) is currently in a playable state, but both game engine and dataset are under continued development. It is available on Windows, Linux, Mac OS X.


33. Warzone 2100

Warzone 2100 is an open source real-time strategy and real-time tactics hybrid computer game. In Warzone 2100, you command the forces of The Project in a battle to rebuild the world after mankind has almost been destroyed by nuclear missiles. The game offers campaign, multi-player, and single-player skirmish modes. An extensive tech tree with over 400 different technologies, combined with the unit design system, allows for a wide variety of possible units and tactics.  It was originally released in 1999 for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation, and is now also available for Mac OS X, Linux, FreeBSD, AmigaOS 4.


34. Widelands

widelands Open Source Games

Widelands is an open source (GPLed) real-time strategy game.  Its a free slow-paced real-time strategy video game under the GNU General Public License. The game runs on several operating systems such as GNU/Linux, BSD, Mac OS X and Windows.


35. WorldForge

worldforge Open Source Games

The WorldForge project is about building tools to allow the construction of online role-playing games. The WorldForge project is producing an open source framework for massively multiplayer online role-playing games. The intent lies in creating a widely used development framework and set of libraries by motivating interested developers to improve on the original code. Supported on Linux and Windows.


36. Xonotic

xonotic Open Source Games

Xonotic is an open-source first-person shooter video game. It was developed as a fork of Nexuiz, following controversy surrounding the game’s development.  It is a free (GPL), fast-paced first-person shooter that works on Windows, OS X and Linux. The project is geared towards providing addictive arena shooter gameplay which is all spawned and driven by the community itself. Xonotic is a direct successor of the Nexuiz project with years of development between them, and it aims to become the best possible open-source FPS (first-person-shooter) of its kind.


37. X-Moto

x-moto Open Source Games

X-Moto is a challenging 2D motocross platform game, where physics plays an all important role in the gameplay. You need to control your bike to its limits, if you want to have a chance to finish the most difficult challenges. It is a free and open source 2D motocross platform game developed for Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows, where physics play an all important role in the game play.


38. Zero-K

zero-k Open Source Games

Zero-K is a FREE, multiplatform, open-source RTS game. It aims to be dynamic, action-packed and hassle-free, full of clever strategies and constantly moving combat with games lasting an average 20-30 minutes. It is supported on Windows and Linux.


39. Armagetron Advanced

armagetronad Open Source Games

Armagetron Advanced is a multiplayer game in 3D that attempts to emulate and expand on the light cycle sequence from the film Tron. It is available for Linux, Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, AmigaOS 4 and OpenBSD as free software released under version 2 of the GNU General Public License.


40. WarMUX

wormmux Open Source Games

WarMUX is a free and open-source game in the genre of "turn-based artillery games" like Scorched Earth or Worms.It is available for Windows and Unix-like systems including Linux, FreeBSD, Android, Maemo, Symbian^3 and Mac OS X.


Ten Amazing Augmented Reality Applications

Though Augmented Reality is around for sometime now, there are more and more interesting and use application coming into reality lately. With the latest trends in technology, AR applications have become very common now in the the field of Advertising, Gaming, Sight Seeing etc. Here in this post we feature ten amazing Augmented Reality Applications to the commercial world.

1. Ray-Ban Virtual Mirror

Its a definitive augmented reality application that lets you to virtually try out and experience the latest Ray-Ban Sun glasses. You can try it out for your self here


2. Living Sasquatch 

This creative AR application lets you bring the character Sasquatch to life by just using the foot print. Not only bring Sasquatch to life but it also lets you create a movie and share with your friends. check out how to to bring the Sasquatch to life here


3. Augmented Reality Toys.v2

Its a work in progress augmented reality application that lets you use tangible traditional toys to enhance augmented reality in games and bring the toys to life. With this approach, it is possible to create all sorts of videogame concepts mixed with the real world. To see how it works check out here.


4. ARhrrrr

ARhrrrr is an augmented reality shooter for mobile camera-phones. The phone provides a window into a 3d town overrun with zombies. Point the camera at our special game map to mix virtual and real world content. More details here


5. AR Magic Mirror

AR Magic Mirror is a facial augmented reality application for the iPad 2 that utilizes the front and rear-facing camera to display images on the iPad screen. Users can then add wacky hairstyles, glasses and other accessories to the image on the screen in real-time. To know more check out at Total Immersion


6. Night at the Museum 2 comes to life

Another use of Augmented Reality is to promote a movie. Either see the dinosaur roar into life see the plan fly before you, the AR makes it possible. See here to believe.


7. Animated Lego Digital Box

Here is a good use of Augmented Reality for marketing. At Downtown Disney, Orlando, there is a kiosk that let the customers hold the specialized Lego set boxes up to the camera and preview the completed lego set inside.


8. Burger King Augmented Reality

A unique way to use AR in marketing initiatives is to have it embedded in an ad. All you need is to hold the AR code on the paper in your hand to the camera and you get a Whopper. See here how it works.


9. Fanta Virtual Tennis

Virtual Tennis is a 3D augmented reality game in which two phones connect via bluetooth before playing a game of tennis using a “court” printed from Use the phone’s camera to look at the court you printed out– and it turns into a tennis court and tennis ball! Play anywhere! TRy it out here


10. GE Smart Grid

GE has made the Smart Grid technology come into life by using AR. With a simple Solar Panel Maker, you can experience the Wind Turbine or Solar Energy using Augmented Reality. Check this out here


10 Terrific Free Massively Multiplayer Online Games

Why play alone when you can play with hundreds and thousands of players online and compete with each other. Massively Multiplayer Online Game and those class of games that are capable of supporting hundreds or thousands of players simultaneously. They are usually played on internet and provides at least one virtual world.  They are many massively multiplayer online games that run on a non-profit basis and provide terrific entertainment to the gamers without requiring any payments.

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Here in this post we look at 10 massively multiplayer online games that are free for the players

1. Allegiance

Allegiance is a multiplayer online that was initially developed by Microsoft Research and was later released under a shared source license in 2004. Now it is maintained and developed by volunteers. The game provides a mix of real-time strategy and player piloted space combat gameplay.


More info here.

2. SubSpace

SubSpace is a two-dimensional space shooter computer game published in 1997. It incorporates quasi-realistic zero-friction physics into a massively multiplayer online game. It was a finalist for the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences Online Game of the Year Award in 1998. SubSpace utilizes client-server architecture and both the client and server were provided by Virgin Interactive Entertainment initially. Then the client executable was titled SubSpace nut a new client, titled Continuum is available that was created by players PriitK and Mr Ekted. The server is now a small Subspace Server.


More info here.

3. Infantry

Infantry Online is an isometric perspective multiplayer combat video game with sprite animation graphics. The graphics are provided using complex soldier, ground vehicle and space-ship models on a complex terrains. It lets players to choose from a list of game zones to enter and each zone has a unique style of gameplay. It offers a wide diversity of weapons, player classes and objectives.


More info here.

4. Gekkeiju

Gekkeiju is a 3D Massive Multiplayer Online Role Play Game developed by a Finnish indie software company call Coolhouse. It add in anime-style characters into a medieval fantasy world. The game’s character options consist of nine playable character races : humans, elves, halflings, half-giants, dwarves, wild elves, dark elves, goblins and catfolk. Each of the races come with with their own advantages and disadvantages. Its fun as it provides options to change the race during play, through reincarnation


More info here.

5. Astro Battle

Astro Battle is a science fiction Multi-directional shooter game that focuses on players designing star fighters to fight against other players’ ships in an overhead melee. The game is developed and published by Lava Lord Games for Microsoft Windows and Linux. The objective of Astro Battle is to destroy other player’s ships in multi-player online matches.


More info here.

6. Crossfire

Crossfire is a free and open source cross platform multiplayer online computer role-playing game that features a tile based graphic system with a pseudo-isometric perspective. It lets any number of players to connect and play on the public servers, finding and using items and battling monsters. They can choose to cooperate or compete in the same world which includes both static and randomly generated content. It is a client and server based game with the ability to be played over the Internet, on a local network setting, or on a single computer setup.


More info here.

7. Terra: Battle for the Outland

Back in 1996, Kaon interactive introduced one of the internet’s original Massive multiplayers online role-playing game was Terra. Terra is a virtual world played from the first-person perspective with one of several vehicles. The game has some role-playing aspects to it as each player makes a character whose statistics are tracked continuously.  Terra is one of the few on-line games still playable by older computers and modems. In battle areas, where there is heavy vehicle traffic and weapons fire, the slowdowns are apparent but the game is still playable.


More info here.

8. Urban Dead

Urban Dead is a Free HTML/text-based massively multiplayer online role-playing game created by Kevan Davis. It lets the players to enter the game either as a survivor or a zombie, each with different abilities and limitations. Survivors become zombies when they are killed. There are no non-player characters in the game: all survivors and zombies are controlled by players.


More info here.

9. Underlight

Underlight is a fantasy massively multiplayer online role-playing game that focuses on character development and interaction rather than combat or items. The game has enforced ‘in-character’ roleplaying and gives players the power to teach skills to other players. It has player-driven monsters and allows higher powered players to gain experience from subordinates.


More info here.

10. IVAO – International Virtual Aviation Organization

IVAO provides flight-simulation enthusiasts with a network that allows them to either fly online with other people as pilots, or direct virtual air traffic as air traffic controllers. It has its own software for air traffic controller called "IvAC. The flight simulation requires that a flight-simulation program such as Microsoft Flight Simulator or X-Plane installed on the local computer. This flight-simulation program uses internet to communicate with the IVAO servers network using the free IVAO software IVAP (X-IVAP for X-Plane).


More info here

Top 12 Terrific iPhone Apps That Lets You Fly – Space Shuttle, Flight Simulator Games etc.

Whether you are watching a Spiderman movie or an aircraft flying, every one of us have wished one time or the other that we could fly. It could be flying a toy helicopter or flying a spaceship, it’s always thrill that get you thing – I wish I could Fly!

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How many of us have every dreamed that we fly a space ship or even jump of a building and land flying. Take a deep breath – finally your dream comes true with iPhone. Here we present the iPhone apps that let you fly between your boring meetings, fly while you are waiting for your flight or even while you are in flight.

1. Aera

Aera is one of the best flight simulator game for iPhone that provides a wonderful experience to the user. The graphics on the games are beautiful that you would feel like flying endlessly doing loops in the skies.


More info here.

2. RC Plane

RC Plane provides an opportunity to fly through a realistic country side scenario. It has some great looking 3D graphics with realistic flight that every kind of player would love to fly. It let you fly through a Barn, a windmill and some mysterious spots sparse trough the scenario.


More info here.

3. Space Shuttle

Space Shuttle is more a simulator that a game. Space Shuttle lets you really get some cool bits of the Space Shuttle experience, in completely real-time simulation.


More info here.

4. X-Plane Carrier

X-Plane Career is one of the most realistic aerial combat simulation for any mobile device. It provides the most realist carrier-ops simulation for any mobile device.
The ultimate goal is to take off from the carrier, destroy your adversary in the air without being shot down yourself, and return to the carrier for landing.


More info here.

5. Rope’n’Fly 2 Lite

Rope’n’Fly lets you use your ropes to swing from on skyscraper to the others. You have full control over your ropes, touch on a tower to throw your rope there, touch once again to release it and use your acceleration to fly through the sky. Touch again once you come too near to the ground before your break into smithereens.


More info here.

6. HC Heli Gold

HC Heli gold lets you race your helicopter through your house, playground or warehouse as fast as you can. It provides a 3-D flying helicopter that you can race through.


More info here.

7. Heli Flyer

With Heli Flyer you are assured to enter the world of helicopter flying and experience the excitement and challenge.


More info here

8. F-SIM Space Shuttle

F-SIM Space Shuttle is a highly realistic simulation of the Space Shuttle approaching the land. It lets you take command of the orbit during the last minute of descend and safely touch down at the space center.


More info here.

9. Apollo 11

Forty years ago, the first man landed on the moon. Now you can relive the epic adventure on your iPhone with Apollo 11 game. The game was reated in collaboration with NASA. It lets you take a trip to the moon and find yourself in the seat of one of the greatest events in the history of mankind.


More info here.

10. Wings Galaxy: Space Exploration

This Wings Galaxy app pushes the iPhone to its limits. After you install Wings Galaxy, you would enjoy the ultimate space experience. It has real cool graphics and the app is truly unique and impressive.


More info here.

11. Wings Earth: Flight Simulator Experience

Wings Earth brings the fun, excitement and relaxation of flying to everyone, not just pilots. Wings’ flight visualizer and virtual worlds have the most beautiful terrains and environments available on the iPhone. Tailor your flying to have fun or just relax and enjoy the scenery.


More info here.

12. iBASjump

BASE stands for Building, Antenna, Space, Earth. Base jumping is like sky diving but you jut off a land structure instead of a plane. It make jumping thrill as you don’t have a parachute and have only few second before the fatal impact to the ground.


More info here.

TrackMania – The Best Free Racing Game Ever, Truly For Racing Game Fanatics!

TrackMania Nations Forever is a series of arcade racing games for Windows, Nintendo DS and Wii. This is a fast paced, highly enjoyable racing games where you can not only seimagelect different tracks but also build your own tracks! It has a strong user community with over 6 million registered users. 

Features :

  • A completely free game.
  • A captivating solo mode with 65 brand new tracks.
  • Solo and team based multiplayer modes. Join millions of players online on the TrackMania servers.
  • One complete TrackMania environment: Stadium ‘’Forever’’.
  • An in-game editor to create your own tracks, video studio to realize your own movies and a paint shop to customize your vehicles.
  • Official ladders for solo and multiplayer.

Download Full Game here. (900MB)




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