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Firemox is a full Java program which allows players to play various card games against an opponent over a network, such as a LAN and the Internet, or alone. The program is the judge: it implements and enforces the rules, so that the players do not need to resolve them themselves. The game currently ... [More]
Poker Holdem No Limit training software. Works as a standalone software, no need for an internet connection. Based on the PokerTH GUI. Let you improve your game and test new strategies without losing your money, by playing against up to 9 computer opponents having different playing ... [More]
ShoddyTCG Is a Pokemon TCG Client and Server that'll allow players to compete with their decks online.
Cardic is a collection of card games. This project is using the Almond framework and it is runnable with Java Web Start.
This is a windows application that will allow users to keep an inventory of their L5R cards (http://www.lr5.com). It is based on the cards.xml file from the Kamisasori site (http://www.kamisasori.net) and has a web control and windows application UI. It also includes a Windows deck converter application.
A Gtk implementation of the popular german card game "Skat" gskat allows you to play Skat against two computer controlled players. Since the game is currently in beta state you cannot expect too much AI from the computer opponents. Nevertheless they strictly follow the game rules, do ... [More]
yapyclib is a python library useful to create card games. yapyclib stands for "Yet Another PYthon Card Library".
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The idea behind this program is to help you remember small pieces of information using on screen flash cards in the corner of your screen. If you're trying to learn a language, you can use this for particular words you need to remember. If you're trying to remember formulae, you could ... [More]