Commerce Heights's Xkoranate is the most commonly used and most versatile scorinator. It can scorinate almost every sport and can be extended by creating new sport files (see below for links to some of them).
Vephrall's NSFS is also commonly used. It can scorinate association football, American football and baseball.
Free Republics's Must10inator (link goes to version 1.2 for Windows) is the only scorinator at this time that supports the Must-10 scoring system used by professional boxing and mixed martial arts. The source code is also available.
Free Republics's Baseinator (link goes to version 1.1) is a ratio-based scorinator for baseball and softball that produces linescores (with code that prevents the program from generating impossible linescores where the home team wins by more than 4 runs in the bottom of the last inning) and supports style modifiers and park factors. The source code is also available.
Free Republics's MALFFR Quiddinator is a quidditch scorinator. The source code is also available.
Spaam's SQS is another quidditch scorinator which can be run straight out of a web browser.
Audioslavia's The Racing Scorinator is an auto racing scorinator.
Osarius has a web page containing download links to many scorinators.
Great Britain and Normandy's Supernate is a scorinator that is in the early stages of development at this time.
There are other known scorinators that are not publicly available at this time such as Vilita's association football scorinator and Buyan's cycling scorinator.
Free Republics's Casaran Scheduler is a program that speeds up the process of generating the following day's fixtures (schedule) for a Casaran system tournament.
Free Republics's Input Maker (link goes to Windows version) is a program that converts Olympic signups to Xkoranate input files. The source code is also available.
Free Republics's Signup Checker can quickly check that an Olympic signup is valid and determine MMAB.
Xkoranate Input Files
To add input files to Xkoranate, place the appropriate files inside your sports folder (which is inside of whichever folder you installed xkoranate to).
Free Republics's World Bowl XXII Formula is a modified version of SQIS for American football that increases scoring to be more in line with RL levels. The Post-World Bowl XXXI Formula is a modified version of this which increases randomness and reduces the number of blowouts. The latter formula was created by Free Republics after World Bowl XXXI to address the large number of blowouts in that tournament.
The Arena Football formulas by Shadowbourne (NSFS) and Free Republics (World Bowl XXII) add the sport of Arena Football to xkoranate.
Free Republics's Adjusted NSFS Formula is an adjustment of the NSFS formula for baseball that reduces randomness. This formula was created because unranked teams were frequently making deep runs in the WBC without RPing and was largely successful in putting an end to that.
Free Republics's Beach Soccer Formula adds the sport of beach soccer to xkoranate.
Free Republics's Foot Race scorinators are capable of scorinating various foot races from the Ancient Greek Olympics. They were created and used for the Olympia Games.
Free Republics's GRSL Formula is an association football formula with some unique rules that was intended for a domestic league that never happened. It would be highly inappropriate to use this formula for the NSWC or any other major international association football tournament.
Free Republics's SQIS Formula for ice hockey is an alternative to the built-in (NSFS-based) ice hockey formula based on the World Cup 68 version of SQIS. Although the file says this is a beta, it has been used in several WCoH tournaments (where it is also known as "Saintland's Modifiers") and is thoroughly tested.
Legalese's World Cup 68 Formula (also known as SLIS) is an association football formula that reduces the randomness of SQIS. Its use was originally proposed in a World Cup 67 bid but it was actually used, for the first time, at World Cup 68.
San Jose Guayabal's SGIS Formula is an association football formula that also reduces the randomness of SQIS, though not as much as the World Cup 68 formula does.
Electrum created several files for the Winter Olympic events added at the 2014 RL Olympics in Sochi.