Ascal is a free implementation of the board game Lasca (similar to draughts) for the Gnome desktop.
Capers provides a visual interface to socalled checkers engines, that search a given board for the 'best' move. Use it to play against the computer and to study draughts games from pdn files.
cheech is a portable, multiplayer, networked Chinese Checkers game. It currently lets you play chinese checkers over a network against any combination of up to 5 other people or computer players.
ChineseCheckers is an X11 game made for play and competition in the area of AI programming.
Dama lets you play Turkish draughts, which is
rather different from British draughts. The user interface is based on the GTK+ toolkit.
The X-Window program Danican lets you play international draughts. This game is slightly different from the one known as draughts in UK and checkers in US. The board is 10x10 instead of 8x8, a man may capture backwards, majority capture precedes, and a king is a long-range piece.
Gnome Chinese Checkers
Gnome Chinese Checkers is an implementation of the the Chinese Checkers board game. It uses a client-server model. One person starts a server and all players (including the one who started the server) connect to it from their clients. Both the client and server are packaged into one application. The game supports upto three human players.
Little polish plays Brazilian draughts (classics, 8x8 with international rules). Its main features are a powerful AI (using a fast, bitbase move generator, PVS, quiescent search, aspiration window search, transposition table, 3 pieces end game DB), game analysis tools (a game tree viewer), and a small executable size.
QCheckers is a Qt version of the classic boardgame "checkers".
Samuel is a game derived from guicheckers that allows you to play English draughts or American checkers. It features the ability to change the level of play from beginner to expert, load and save games, and edit the board position