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|App=FooBillard;Games;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/foobillard.png;Florian Berger;http://foobillard.sunsite.dk;GPL;Graphical;game,pool,billard;Foobillard is a free OpenGL-billard game for Unix with realistic physics,<br>AI-player and many gametypes like pool carambol or snooker. <br><br>WWW: http://foobillard.sunsite.dk/<br>;;1385068750;firstname.lastname@example.org;Free OpenGL billiards game<br>;|
|App=Forkbomb;Benchmarks;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/forkbomb.png;ports@FreeBSD.org;http://home.tiscali.cz/~cz210552/forkbomb.html;Unknown;Text;benchmark,cpu,testing;forkbomb is tool for stress testing. It can create many processes<br>using fork(), bring up some zombies, allocate memory using<br>realloc() and accesses this memory. It has different switches for<br>fine-tuning operation. While classic fork() bomb is good only for<br>fun and QA release testing, running multiple memory-eaters can be<br>useful for determining maximum memory which can be given to<br>servers (bind or squid) without taking machine down. You can<br>test different operation systems with this tool and see how they<br>are handling the load.<br><br>WWW: http://home.tiscali.cz/~cz210552/forkbomb.html<br>;;1385068820;ports@FreeBSD.org;System stress testing tool<br>;|
|App=Formido;Games;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/formido.png;amdmi3@FreeBSD.org;http://www.mhgames.org/oldies/formido/;GPL;Graphical;game,arcade;Formido is one of those games, where you are loaded with some guns<br>and you go shooting different things. 'Things' in this case are<br>big, ugly, - not green though - alien insects. The idea is to kill<br>as many of those bastards as possible. Eventually they will overcome<br>you, but struggle as long as you can. There are some power-ups to<br>aid you in your honorable quest. Keep in mind, that those critters<br>are rather tough and generally do nasty things when in close range<br>of any player-characters.<br><br>WWW: http://www.mhgames.org/oldies/formido/<br>;;1385068968;amdmi3@FreeBSD.org;2D kill-em all with 3D rendered graphics<br>;|
|+App=Frets On Fire;python;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/generic.png;The Frets Team;http://fretsonfire.sourceforge.net/;;Text;;Frets on Fire is a game of musical skill and fast fingers. The aim of the game <br>is to play guitar with the keyboard as accurately as possible.<br><br>WWW: http://fretsonfire.sf.net<br>;;1385070451;acm@FreeBSD.org;A game of musical skill and fast fingers<br>;|
|App=Neverball;Games;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/neverball.png;Neverball Team;http://icculus.org/neverball/;GPL;Graphical;game,puzzle;In 1.1.5 version, the Neverball and Neverputt source trees have been merged<br>into one. It includes 75 Neverball levels and 62 Neverputt levels.<br><br>Neverball, tilt the floor to roll a ball through an obstacle course within the<br>given time. It is part puzzle game, part action game, and entirely a test of<br>skill. If the ball falls or time expires, a ball is lost. Collect coins to<br>unlock the exit and earn extra balls. Red coins are worth 5. Blue coins are<br>worth 10. A free ball is awarded for 100 coins.<br><br>Neverputt, a hot-seat multiplayer miniature golf game using the physics and<br>graphics of Neverball.<br><br>Neverball and Neverputt are known to run under Linux, Win2K/XP, FreeBSD, and<br>OSX. Hardware accelerated OpenGL with multitexture (OpenGL 1.2.1 or greater)<br>is required. A 500MHz processor is recommended.<br><br>WWW: http://neverball.org/<br>;;1384289602;amdmi3@FreeBSD.org;Tilt the floor to guide a ball through an obstacle course<br>;|
|App=Onyx;Languages;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/onyx.png;jasone@FreeBSD.org;http://www.canonware.com/onyx/;BSD;Text;compiler,onyx,postscript;Onyx is an embeddable stack-based threaded interpreted language. This port<br>contains both a stand alone interpreter and a library that can be used to embed<br>Onyx in an application. Extensive documentation is included.<br><br>WWW: http://www.canonware.com/onyx/<br>;;1384982397;jasone@FreeBSD.org;Embeddable stack-based threaded interpreted language<br>;|
|App=OpenAxiom;Math;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/openaxiom.png;stephen@FreeBSD.org;http://www.open-axiom.org;BSD (Modified);Text;math,computation,mathematica;OpenAxiom is an open source platform for symbolic, algebraic, and numerical<br>computations. It offers an interactive environment, an expressive programming<br>language, a compiler, a large set of mathematical libraries of interest to<br>researchers and practitioners of computational sciences.<br><br>WWW: http://www.open-axiom.org<br>;;1384982427;stephen@FreeBSD.org;A computer algebra system<br>;|