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List of commercial video games with later released source code

This is a list of commercial video games with available source code. The source code of these commercially developed and distributed video games is available to the public or the games communities.

                                               

Zero Hour

Zero Hour may refer to: Zero Hour military designation, the scheduled time for the start of some event, especially a military operation Midnight, or 00:00 Zero Hour, the time of a sitting session of Indias Lok Sabha immediately following the Ques ...

                                               

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime (season 1)

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime is a 2018 television anime series based on the light novel series written by Fuse. The series follows a man who is killed and reincarnated in another world as a slime named Rimuru. The series is animated by ...

                                               

Minot State Beavers womens ice hockey

Minot State Beavers womens ice hockey represents Minot State University in Womens Division 1 of the American Collegiate Hockey Association and in Womens Midwest College Hockey. MSU was one of the founding members of the ACHAs second womens divisi ...

                                               

Desjardins Canal disaster

The Desjardins Canal disaster was a train accident that killed 59 people and occurred near Hamilton, Canada West, British North America. The train wreck occurred at 6:15 p.m. on March 12, 1857 when a train on the Great Western Railway crashed thr ...

                                               

Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications

The Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, and Communications is a department of the Australian Federal Government charged with the responsibility of managing infrastructure and regional development policy, communications ...

                                               

Japanese transport ship Hakuyo Maru (1942)

She was laid down on 3 July 1941 at the Kobe shipyard of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. for the benefit of Osaka Merchant Shipping Co., Ltd., Osaka. She was launched on 29 August 1942 and completed on 29 December 1942. 23 October 1944, she lef ...

                                               

Breads On Oak

Breads on Oak is a bakery and cafe in New Orleans, Louisiana in the United States that specializes in organic ingredients, breads, vegan cuisine, and a cafe style menu of breakfast and lunch food offerings. There are two locations, the original b ...

                                               

De Vloek

De Vloek was a squatted, self-managed social centre in The Hague, the Netherlands, between 2002 and 2015. Located on Hellingweg 127 in Scheveningen, beside the North Sea, the squat hosted workplaces, living spaces, a venue and a vegan restaurant. ...

                                               

Frinkcoin

Frinkcoin is the 13th episode of the thirty-first season of the American animated sitcom The Simpsons, and the 675th episode overall. It aired in the United States on Fox on February 23, 2020. The episode was written by Rob LaZebnik and was direc ...

                                               

McVeggie

The McVeggie is a vegetable-based Veggie hamburger sold by the fast-food restaurant chain McDonalds. It was introduced in 2012 in India when being opened its first vegetarian-only restaurant in the country.

                                               

Leah Garces

Leah Garces is the president of Mercy For Animals and author of Grilled: Turning Adversaries into Allies to Change the Chicken Industry, published by Bloomsbury USA. Before leading Mercy For Animals, Garces founded Compassion in World Farming USA ...

                                               

David Olivier

David Olivier is a French and British philosopher and antispeciesist activist. He is founder of the French journal Cahiers antispecistes, the annual event Veggie Pride and of the annual meeting Les Estivales de la question animal. Olivier is also ...

                                               

Affection (disambiguation)

Affection is often associated with a feeling or type of love. Affection may also refer to: Affection linguistics, in Celtic linguistics, the fronting of vowels in the main syllable of a word Affection Jody Watley album, 1995 Affection Lisa Stansf ...

                                               

Affect

Affect may refer to: Affect philosophy Labile affect, the unstable display of emotion Affect psychology, the experience of feeling or emotion Affective science, the scientific study of emotion Affect theory Affect education Affect linguistics, at ...

                                               

Aloha (disambiguation)

Aloha, Washington, a community in Grays Harbor County, Washington Aloha, Louisiana Aloha crater, a lunar crater Aloha, Michigan Aloha, Oregon

                                               

Alienation

Alienation may refer to: Alienation video game, a 2016 PlayStation 4 video game Social alienation, an individuals estrangement from society Parental alienation, psychological alienation of a child from a parent, especially after divorce, such tha ...

                                               

Black Dresses

Black Dresses were formed in 2017 by self-taught musicians Ada Rook and Devi McCallion after Rook sent McCallion a beat on Twitter. They released their first single, a cover of M.I.A.s "Paper Planes", in December 2017. The duo released their debu ...

                                               

Puppy love (disambiguation)

Puppy Love 1933 film, an animated short film starring Mickey Mouse Puppy Love 1919 film, a lost 1919 silent comedy film directed by Roy William Neill Puppy Love TV series, a comedy television series on BBC Four Puppy Love 2013 film, a 2013 coming ...

                                               

Buddies

Buddies may refer to: Buddies 1976 film, a 1976 Swedish film Buddies play, a 1919 Broadway musical by George V. Hobart with music by Bentley Collingwood Hilliam Buddies TV series, the name of a short-lived sitcom starring Dave Chappelle that aire ...

                                               

The Sirens Reign

The Sirens Reign is a 1915 American silent drama film directed by Robert G. Vignola and starring Alice Hollister, Harry F. Millarde, Anna Q. Nilsson, Robert Walker and Henry Hallam. An upright young man marries a siren, a drunken, unfaithful woma ...

                                               

Heartbalm tort

In the common law tradition, a heartbalm tort or heartbalm action is a civil action that a person may bring to seek monetary compensation for the end or disruption of a romantic or marital relationship. A heartbalm statute is a statute abolishing ...

                                               

Confessions

Confessions of a Driving Instructor Confessions from a Holiday Camp Confessions 1925 film, a British silent film Confessions series of films based on the novels by Christopher Wood Confessions of a Pop Performer Confessions of a Window Cleaner Th ...

                                               

Yeule

Yeule is the musical project of London-based songwriter and producer Nat Cmiel. Formed in 2012 it incorporates elements of ambient, glitch and Southeast Asian post-pop. The name Yeule is derived from the Final Fantasy character of the same name.

                                               

Solidarity (South African political party)

Solidarity was a political party created in the lead-up to the 1984 South African general election, which determined the makeup of the first House of Delegates, the body within the Apartheid Tricameral Parliament reserved for Indian South African ...

                                               

London Pride

London Pride may refer to: London Pride novel, a novel by Mary Elizabeth Braddon London Pride morris dance, a morris dance in various traditions, and the tune that it goes to earlier than Noel Cowards London Pride film, a 1920 British silent film ...

                                               

Pride and joy

Pride & Joy Vertigo, a comic book mini-series written by Garth Ennis "Pride & Joy" comics - The first story arc of Runaways Pride & Joy TV series, a comedy series that aired on NBC in 1995

                                               

Pride (Ray Price song)

Pride is a song written by Wayne Walker and Irene Stanton. It was first recorded by American country music artist Ray Price, whos version became a major hit. Prices version was released on January 7, 1962 where it peaked at No. 5 on Billboards Ho ...

                                               

Think Equal (charity)

Think Equal is a global education initiative to introduce social and emotional intelligence learning to children in early years education between the ages of 3-6 years. Think Equal was founded in 2015 by CEO Leslee Udwin, a human rights activist ...

                                               

SEL

SEL may refer to: Signalling Equipment Ltd, a trading name used by the British toy manufacturer J & L Randall Single-event latchup Left Ecology Freedom Sinistra Ecologia Libertà, Italian political party Finnish Food Workers Union, a trade union i ...

                                               

Nadine Gogolla

Nadine Gogolla is a Research Group Leader at the Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology in Martinsried, Germany as well as an Associate Faculty of the Graduate School for Systemic Neuroscience. Gogolla investigates the neural circuits underlying em ...

                                               

Dark Eye

Dark Eyes TV series, a 1995 series pilot featuring Roy Dupuis Dark Eyes audio drama, a 2012 Doctor Who audio drama starring Paul McGann Dark Eyes 1987 film, an Italian and Russian-language film Dark Eyes play, a 1943 play by Elena Miramova in col ...

                                               

Ona Dokalskaite-Paskeviciene

Ona Dokalskaite was born in Sejny, Congress Poland, Russian Empire now in Poland. She studied drawing under Juozas Zikaras at the Panevezys gymnasium. In 1928 she moved with her vidowed mother to Belarus. After the graduation from Vitebsk Arts Te ...

                                               

Rochelle Newman

Rochelle Newman is an American psychologist. She is Chair of the Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences, as well as Associate Director of the Maryland Language Science Center. She previously served as the Director of Graduate Studies for both ...

                                               

Somatic

Somatic may refer to: Somatic biology, referring to the cells of the body in contrast to the germ line cells Somatic cell, a non-gametic cell in a multicellular organism Somatic theory, a model of human social behavior Somatic nervous system, the ...

                                               

Multi-material 3D printing

Multi-material 3D printing is the additive manufacturing procedure of using multiple materials at the same time to fabricate an object. Similar to single material additive manufacturing it can be realised through methods such as FFF, SLA and Inkj ...

                                               

On the Sunny Side (1933 film)

On the Sunny Side is a 1933 Czech drama film by the director Vladislav Vancura. The film is a social drama dealing with the themes of children poverty and neglect.

                                               

Voice confrontation

In psychology, voice confrontation is the phenomenon of a person not liking the sound of their own voice. The phenomenon is generally caused by disappointment due to differences between what a person expects their voice to sound like to other peo ...

                                               

Happy Family

The Happy Family 1952 film, a British comedy directed by Muriel Box The Happy Family 1936 film, a British comedy directed by Maclean Rogers Happy Family 2010 film, an Italian film directed by Gabriele Salvatores Happy Family 2017 film or Monster ...

                                               

Agreement Concerning the Shipwrecked Vessel RMS Titanic

The Agreement Concerning the Shipwrecked Vessel RMS Titanic is a treaty open to all states regarding the protection of the shipwreck of the RMS Titanic. Following the passage of the RMS Titanic Maritime Memorial Act in 1986, the United States beg ...

                                               

OST

Object Storage Target in computing, used by the Lustre file system an others Origins Space Telescope, a space telescope mission Oligosaccharyltransferase, an enzyme Open-space technology, for organising meetings Orbit stabiliser theorem in mathem ...

                                               

Kumar Abhishek

Kumar Abhishek was born on 4 August 1993 in Nalanda of Bihar. Kumar Abhishek received his early schooling from Sadar Alam Memorial Bihar Sharif, and did chemical engineering from Central University in Nalanda, but dropped out of his engineering s ...

                                               

Chains on You

Chains on You is a song by Greek-Armenian singer Athena Manoukian. It was to represent Armenia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The song was released as a digital download on 14 February 2020.

                                               

Armenia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020

Armenia originally planned to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The Armenian broadcaster Public Television company of Armenia organised a national final in order to select the Armenian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, Nethe ...

                                               

Solomon Levit

Solomon Grigorievich Levit was a Soviet physician, and human geneticist of Jewish origin who was executed during the Stalinist purges along with other geneticists who opposed Trofim Lysenko. Levit was born in Jewish family in Vilkomir now Ukmerge ...

                                               

Barbara H. Bowman

Barbara Hyde Bowman was an American biologist, geneticist, and educator who was known for her research in human blood proteins. Her work characterized variants of globins, the family of proteins responsible for transporting blood in oxygen, and i ...

                                               

Munira A. Basrai

Munira Adnan Basrai is an American geneticist researching genome stability and cell cycle regulation in yeast and human cancers. She is a senior investigator at the National Cancer Institute.

                                               

Stanley Cohen

Stan or Stanley Cohen may refer to: Stanley G. Cohen, president of Five Towns College Stanley Cohen attorney born 1953, attorney and human rights advocate Stanley Norman Cohen born 1935, American geneticist Stan Cohen politician 1927–2004, Britis ...

                                               

John Hardy

John Hardy may refer to: John Hardy jewelry, jewelry company, founded in 1975 John Hardy fl.1395-1406, MP for Wigan John Spencer Hardy 1913–2012, American lieutenant general during World War II Sir John Hardy, 1st Baronet 1809–1888, British Conse ...

                                               

YCC

YCC may refer to: Young Critics Circle Philippines, an award-giving body for cinema in the Philippines National Young Composers Challenge Youth Conservation Corps, a youth program of the U.S. National Park Service providing jobs and environmental ...