Here is the Demo of Chicken Invaders: The Next Wave, a casual shoot'm up from InterAction
The game use box86 and gl4es. It should be fast on all Pandora model, and run with all SGX driver version (it use GLES1.1 backend).
Here is the Demo of Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood
The demo use box86 and notaz's SDL to downscale 800x600. Speed seems correct,a t least on Gigahertz model.
Here is the demo of Heretic 2
The demo is the original x86 linux version by Loki, patched to handle 800x480 "widescreen" pandora screen. It use box86 and gl4es and is really playable, at least on a gigahertz model.
Note that keymap is not changed and should probably be modified to be more...
Here is Eric's Ultimate Solitaire Demo, a demo of a commercial card game.
The game is the original Linux x86 version from Loki. It use box86 to run. The game use old gtk-1.2 lib (emulated x86 version here), and is a bit tall if you are using X11, but is perfectly playable.
Here is the demo of Descent 3 for Linux
This demo is the original Linux x86 Loki version. It use box86 and gl4es to run.
You will need to configure the keymap to enjoy it.
Here is Julius, an open source re-implementation of Caesar III
You'll need the data of the original game to play this one. Not much to say, it was a simple compile'n package job here. It use SDL2 & gl4es.
Here is a Launcher for Airline Tycoon Deluxe
This is just a launcher for the Linux version of the game, so you'll need to have the original game. Either put the gog shell script installer in appdata/atdeluxe (it will be detected and data autoextracted is name is gog_airline_tycoon_deluxe_*.sh)...
Here is OpenLara, an open source recreation of the Tomb Raider 1, 2 and 3 Engine.
(GLES2 version screenshot)
This build use GL4ES (there is GLES2 port, but not using Linux, so this was the faster way to port it). The audio backend is using OSS (again, that was the easier and faster way to...
I have published an article on ODroid magazine on how to run FNA games on Odroid boards.
It's basically the method I used to publish PND of Stardew Valley or Hammerwatch on the Pandora, but generalized. I tried on many games, and most works. There are a few that still doesn't work (Transistor...
Here is a launcher for Blocks That Matter
The game use Java and OpenGL (so using gl4es). You will need Java installed on your Pandora, and the data from a full installation of the game to play this.
Simply copy all files from a Steam/HB/GoG installation (Linux or Window should work, but I...
Here is Puzzle Bots, a launcher for the commercial Point&click puzzle game Puzzle Bots.
This a just a launcher, so you'll need data from the full game to play this. Simply copy the whole data from a Steam install in appdata/puzzlebots
Game is using AGS, so this is just AGS running the game...
Here is Stardew Valley launcher.
Stardew Valley use mono, so you'll need the monort PND somewhere on your pandora. The game OpenGL, so here using gl4es. The game use shaders and some large textures and a lot of memory.
You need data from the Linux full version of the game. It can be from Steam...
Here is FreeGish, a physics based arcade game.
This version of Gish used gl4es and has all lightning effect. It comes with the "FreeGish" dataset, but it can also used the full Gish data. You will have a question at first launch if you want to extract FreeGish data if no data are found. To use...
Here is Free Heroes 2, an engine that let you play the classic Might & Magic Heroes 2
This version is almost vanilla, with just some changes to have good speed on the Pandora.
You need the Datas from a full version to play this one. You need to put all *.AGG files from DATA folder inside...
Here is Strange Adventures in Infinite Space, a space roguelike with fast & short gameplay.
Strange Adventures in Infinite Space, or SAIS, is initialy a commercial game. The engine have been opensourced in 2005 and the Data are now free too.
The game use quite small fonts, but it feature a...
Here is Vangers, a mix between Sandbox RPG and Racing games.
This game sis from 1998, and is still commercial, only the Engine is opensource. So you need the data from the full game to play it (it can be found on Steam of GoG). If you have the GoG version, the data can be automatically...
Here is Postal, the action game from Running With Scissors.
(screenshots are not up-to-date, gameplay is now fullscreen)
This game needs data from the original game to play. You can use either the Steam data or GoG data. Just copy the "res" folder and the ini file in appdata/postal or simply...
Here is Dungeons of Daggorath, a port to modern system of an old RolePlaying / Adventure games that was on the TRS-80 from 1982.
The game is pretty hard, and use text commands. You can find lots of info about this game here...
Here is Iron Seed, a old (commercial) Dos game of space trading and strategy,now OpenSource and ported to linux using FreePascal.
This version is not compiled with OpenGL, but it is only used for Scalling, and the game use 640x480 so nothing is lost.