Commercial game titles that use Tcl for scripting

This page seeks to list all commercial video game titles that are known to be partially or fully scripted in Tcl. The games in each section are listed chronologically.

Misc. developers

SimCity for Unix (1990)

See SimCity.

Metal Gear Solid (1998) (?)

According to [1 ], though it is unclear whether the developers used the actual Tcl code or wrote a Tcl-like interpreter themselves. Searching the Windows binaries for Tcl-related strings finds nothing, so perhaps the latter is the case.

A hit stealth game for the PlayStation and Windows developed by Konami (Japan).

Diggles: The Myth of Fenris (2001)

Sources: [2 ], search the page for method get_gain.

A real-time strategy game developed by SEK GmbH and published by Strategy First.

Radon Labs' games

Radon Labs was the studio behind Nebula Device.

Project Nomads (2002)

Sources: [4 ], [3 ].

A shooter/strategy by developed by Radon Labs (Germany). According to the second source the Tcl scripts are stored as plain text files making the game highly hackable.

Drakensang: The Dark Eye (2008)

Somewhat unfortunately, the fact that it uses Tcl was revealed by some players reporting Tcl_Eval error messages on startup.

Likely other Radon Labs titles

Due to being powered by Nebula Device.