Third person

In video games, "third-person" refers to a graphical perspective rendered from a fixed distance behind and slightly above the player character. This viewpoint allows players to see a more strongly characterized avatar, and is most common in action games and action adventure games. Games with this perspective often make use of positional audio, where the volume of ambient sounds varies depending on the position of the avatar.

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Source of Tales

This game initially started as our entry for the Liberated Pixel Cup 2012.
Genre: MMO, Role-playing

Chaos Projectile

Chaos Projectile is an open source 2-dimensional action arcade game with role-playing elements, currently in development.
Genre: Arcade, Beat 'Em Up, Action

DynaDungeons

Bomberman clone using the open source Godot game engine.
Genre: Action

Rotorcross

Multirotor Racing Simulator Rotorcross in an open source multirotor racing simulator using the Unity game engine.
Genre: Flying / Aviation, Simulation

Veraball

A "roll the ball" game. Collect coins, then reach the goal as fast as possible, without falling out of the level.
Genre: Boardgame, Action

JCloisterZone

JCloisterZone is a Java implementation of a popular board game Carcassonne.
Genre: Boardgame, Strategy

Tuxemon

Tuxemon: An open source attempt at creating a Pokémon work alike engine in python using the pygame library Tuxemon is a completely...
Genre: Action

Swervin' Mervin

A recreation of 80's-style pseudo-3D arcade racing games, written in Python over the course of way too much time.
Genre: Arcade, Driving

Land of fire

Land of fire is a MMORPG project.
Genre: MMO, Role-playing

Soya3D

Soya 3D is an object oriented "high level" 3D engine for Python.

Thrive

Thrive is a free, open-source game about the evolution of life.
Genre: Simulation

OpenGOO

OpenGOO is a free and opensource clone of World of Goo game, written in Qt 5 and Box2D as a 2D physics engine.
Genre: Puzzle, Action