AXIS and ALLIES TripleA (Java)

posted in FREE GAMES, LINUX, MAC, TURN BASED | Posted by Angelinux

Triplea is a networked open source strategy gaming engine. It allows people to implement and play various strategy board games (ie. Axis & Allies ®). The TripleA engine has full networking support for online play, support for sounds, XML support for game files, and has its own imaging subsystem that allows for customized user editable maps to be used. TripleA is versatile, scalable and robust.
Triplea is released under the GNU Public License (GPL).

TripleA has been successfully tested on are: GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows 95/98/2000/XP, Mac OS X, SGI IRIX, and IBM OS/2.
TripleA comes with the following supported games that uses its game engine (just to name a few):

Axis & Allies : Classic edition (2nd, 3rd with options enabled)
Axis & Allies : Revised Edition
Pact of Steel A&A Variant
Big World 1942 A&A Variant
Four if by Sea
Battle Ship Row
Capture The Flag


JAVA-All Platform version

Mac Version

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4 Responses to “AXIS and ALLIES TripleA (Java)”

  1. By Patrick B Pruyn on July 7, 2010

    I have a copy of axis and allies for win vista. I just bought win version 7 and it doesn’t work of course. Is there any patch I can download to make it work; or where can I download axis and allies for windows 7?

  2. By MikeG on April 10, 2011


    Thank you so much for creating this wonderful game, is there anyway to import new units, I would like to see about using some mod units from Civilization III but they are all in .FLC format; any suggestions

    Thanks Again, Cheers!

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