The United States’ National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has made some of its internally-developed gamification software available for free on GitHub under the MIT free software license.
Developers may find it useful as a tool for configuring a server to track “gamification” systems like points or badges against user accounts on apps or websites; at the very least, it offers interesting insight into how the NGA is using game design tenets in its training programs
“The use of badging and awards recognizes what achievements matter most based on agency priorities, and rewards the user in the context of their work.”
The NGA claims it is releasing this software on GitHub to “increase the impact of government investments by providing developers with the opportunity to take things in new directions.”
Sony release their Authoring toolkit on GitHub (https://github.com/SonyWWS/ATF)
Release of tehir authoring server (https://github.com/ngageoint/gamification-server)
Oculus networking engine RAKNET (https://github.com/OculusVR/RakNet)
RakNet is a cross-platform suite of C++ networking technology that’s capable of supporting a variety of platforms, including PC, current- and last-gen consoles and multiple mobile operating systems.
Unreal developer network – https://udn.unrealengine.com/users/login.html