Qt based games
- qt-nethack [nethack.org] – A one of GUI frontend of Nethack, famous rogue-like game. But it is still based on Qt3.
- Sudoku [github.com] — Fancy, feature-complete, cross-platform Sudoku app written in C++/Qt. Includes build+packaging scripts for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Originally written for a course at Hasselt University in Belgium.
- GNUDoQ [thelemmings.net] – An open source, graphical Su Doku generator and solver with printer support.
- Attal : Lords of doom [sourceforge.net] – A themeable turn-based strategy game. But it seems that in-game graphics are drawn by SDL.
- Hedgewars [hedgewars.org] – Free Worms-like turn based strategy game. But it use Qt in front-end screen and multiplay lobby screen.
- Gottet [gottcode.org] – A tetris clone. Author made it for his wife.
- JAG [jag.xlabsoft.com] – An arcade-puzzle 2D game which runs on Linux and Windows. It is free and opensource. 3 in-a-row type game. Uses SDL.
- Bubble-chains [bubble-chains.sintegrial.com] – Arcade-puzzle game for Windows, Linux. From JAG creators.
- PiperWar [sites.google.com] – non commercial RPG-like game on “paper” with Box2d engine, uses OpenGL (LGPL).
- Construqtor [code.google.com] – This is educational toy. It allows you to build and control machine in 2D physical world. Uses Box2D for physics simulation, GPC for polygon manipulation and Qt for everything else.
- QBoard [code.google.com] – A Qt 4.3/4.4 application for playing near-arbitrary board games. It provides a fairly rich interface for setting up and playing such games.
- Minesweeper in Python [lionel.textmalaysia.com] – A PyQt version of the popular logic game.
- Warzone2100 [wz2100.net] an open source RTS game being ported to Qt
- Profit [qt-apps.org] – A clone of the board game Acquire.
- OpenTowerDefence [gitorious.org] – A tower-defence game based on Ogre and Qt Quick.
- Battlefleet [battlefleet.narod.ru] – Ships movement simulation. Russo-Japanese war 1904 – 1905. Old, not supported
- Box Poker [github.com] – multi-player Video Poker Slots, Box backend. OAuth2, Qt 5. Free and Open.
- BallZ for S60v5 [tamoggemon.com] – JezzBall for Symbian
- KLines for S60v5 [dimsuz.wordpress.com] – A ported version of KLines [games.kde.org] that is part of KDE Games
- QML Sokoban [qt-apps.org] – A ported version of KSokoban [hem.passagen.se] from KDE3. Works on Linux, Windows, Symbian
- Qt:QSolitaire Game [forum.nokia.com] – Qt Game Example from Forum Nokia
- Qt for Symbian: QMemory Game Example [sw.nokia.com]
- Qt for Maemo: QMemory Game Example [garage.maemo.org] (From garage)
- QBall [homepage.ntlworld.com] breakout clone, available for Symbian, Windows and Linux
- ColorFlood for Maemo [maemo.org] An open source puzzle game (Git repository [github.com])
- That Rabbit Game [thp.io] A game utilizing Qt Mobility, QGraphicsView and the Animation Framework
- blubbels [maemo.org] A jawbreaker clone for Maemo 5 (Sourceforge.net page [sourceforge.net])
- Snake [maemo.org] A classic snake game for the N900 (Blog post [kunalmaemo.blogspot.com], Git repository [gitorious.org])
- qquiz [maemo.org] A quiz game for Maemo (Git repository [garage.maemo.org])
- Skid Stone [maemo.org] A board game based on BrickShooter (Discussion thread [talk.maemo.org])
- QML based Game – Bubble Kid [projects.forum.nokia.com]
- Squaby [v-play.net] – Open Source Tower Defense Game for iOS [games.v-play.net], Android [games.v-play.net], Symbian, MeeGo, Windows, Mac and Linux. It is part of the example games of the V-Play Game Engine [v-play.net].
- Chicken Outbreak [v-play.net] – Open Source platformer like Doodle Jump for iOS [games.v-play.net], Android [games.v-play.net], Symbian, MeeGo, Windows, Mac and Linux. It is part of the example games of the V-Play Game Engine [v-play.net].
Tools and libraries
- Tiled [mapeditor.org] – Tiled is a general purpose tile map editor. Originally it was made with Java but now is rewritten using Qt and C++.
- Gluon [gluon.gamingfreedom.org] – Gluon is a set of Qt4 based tools and libraries (using openGL, openAL, Box2D and other libraries) designed to make it easy to develop and distribute 2D games over a wide array of target platforms.
- Box2D [box2d.org] – Box2D is a 2D rigid body simulation library for games. Can be easily integrated with Qt.
- Quasi Engine [indt.github.com] – Quasi Engine is a Qt5 based framework that intends to be a complete multiplatform toolset to ease 2d game development, providing ready-to-use QML elements representing basic game entities needed by most of games. The framework takes the advantage of the new Scene Graph approach on QtQuick 2.0 and uses Box2D [box2d.org] for its physics system.
- Games category at qt-apps.org [qt-apps.org]
- Games category at kde-apps.org [kde-apps.org] – Funnily enough, some pure Qt based games are here.
- KDE Games [games.kde.org] – Various game packages from KDE. It is based on Qt but requires KDE libraries too.