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There are lots of people suggesting games like Enemy Territory or America's Army...neither are open source. Open source and free are not the same thing. Whilst ET and AA are free games, you are given the source code to neither, therefore they are NOT Open Source.
Saying that, as you don't pay for them are they really Commercial? And if not, where do we vote for them?
i would vote for eternal-lands ... a very good MMORPG, but its not on there ... neither are some of my other favs
and i know im leaving out lots of those little fun games (as someone already said, chickens ), nethack, penguin-command, and so on , its not that they are not fun, but they are either old (in that everyone knows about them) , or are not big games that deserve some spotlight
FlightGear.... it's still maturing, but useful with the goal of achieving FAA cert for instrument training and practical exams. Not just a game, aeroplanes behave like they do in real life, which comes as a bit of a shock to the other flightsimmers.