Qt Based Games

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For Desktops

  • qt-nethack - A one of GUI frontend of Nethack, famous rogue-like game. But it is still based on Qt3.
  • Sudoku — 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 - An open source, graphical Su Doku generator and solver with printer support.
  • Attal : Lords of doom - A themeable turn-based strategy game. But it seems that in-game graphics are drawn by SDL.
  • Hedgewars - Free Worms-like turn based strategy game. But it use Qt in front-end screen and multiplay lobby screen.
  • Gottet - A tetris clone. Author made it for his wife.
  • JAG - 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 - Arcade-puzzle game for Windows, Linux. From JAG creators.
  • PiperWar - non commercial RPG-like game on "paper" with Box2d engine, uses OpenGL (LGPL).
  • Construqtor - 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 - 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 - A PyQt version of the popular logic game.
  • Warzone2100 an open source RTS game being ported to Qt
  • Profit - A clone of the board game Acquire.
  • OpenTowerDefence - A tower-defence game based on Ogre and Qt Quick.
  • Battlefleet - Ships movement simulation. Russo-Japanese war 1904 - 1905. Old, not supported
  • Box Poker - multi-player Video Poker Slots, Box backend. OAuth2, Qt 5. Free and Open.
  • iQPuzzle - a diverting I.Q. challenging puzzle with pentomino pieces (Linux / Windows / macOS).
  • Dust Racing 2D - A tile-based, open source 2D car racing game and a level editor for Linux and Windows.
  • qArkanoid – A classic brick breaker game, which uses Qt Quick and Box2D library. It runs smoothly on the lowest-end hardware.
  • RiseOfEnigmas – A free and open-source Qt 6.2 puzzle game. One challenge is offer but others are to come.
  • Pico Islands – City Builder based on Qt C++ and QML for Linux/MacOS/Windows

For Mobiles

Tools and libraries

  • Tiled - Tiled is a general purpose tile map editor. Originally it was made with Java but now is rewritten using Qt and C+.
  • Gluon - 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 is a 2D rigid body simulation library for games. Can be easily integrated with Qt.
  • Quasi Engine - 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 for its physics system.
  • V-Play Game Engine - V-Play is a 2D game engine built on Qt which supports iOS, Android, Symbian, MeeGo, Windows Mac and Linux. Games can be written with Qt & QML/JavaScript with the V-Play gaming components. It features Box2D physics, particles, sprites, multi-resolution and aspect ratio independence, a level editor and native plugins like Facebook or GameCenter. The build server allows to deploy games to iOS & Android easily without the need to install native SDKs.
  • Bacon2D - Bacon2D is a framework to ease 2D game development, providing ready-to-use QML elements representing basic game entities needed by most of games.
  • Slate - Slate is a simple pixel art editor written with Qt Quick, available on Windows, Mac and Linux.

Need more?

  • Linux-Games - Some pure Qt based games can be found there (formerly qt-apps.org).
  • KDE Games - Various game packages from KDE. It is based on Qt but requires KDE libraries too.