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Globulation 2

Globulation 2

Globulation 2 is an innovative Real-Time Strategy (RTS) game which reduces micro-management by automatically assigning tasks to units. The player just has to order the number of units he wants for a selected task and the units will do their best to satisfy his requirements.

The objective is to wipe out your opponents' populations. This can be done by attacking and killing the enemy units, by converting them to your team if you can offer a greater comfort, or by starving them to death if you destroy their resources. To be stronger than your opponent you must first create a lot of new globules while taking care about them to survive.

Globulation 2 can be played by a single player, through a Local Area Network (LAN), or via Internet, thanks to the Ysagoon Online Game (YOG), a meta-server.  The game also features Artificial Intelligence for playing against computer teams, a scripting language for versatile gameplay or tutorials and an integrated map editor.

 Globulation 2

License
GPL 

Developer
Globulation 2 Team

Website
www.globulation2.org

Requirements
500MHz processor
100MB of free disk space
128MB of RAM
Ggraphics card with OpenGL hardware acceleration activated

SDL: libsdl
SDL_net: libsdl_net
SDL_image: libsdl_image
SDL_ttf: libsdl_ttf
Vorbis: libogg and libvorbis
Speex: libspeex
Boost: libboost, libboost-devel (and in particular, libboost-thread!)

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Features include:

  • Original graphics and gameplay
  • Swimming ability of glob workers
  • Advanced Artifical Intelligence of units
  • Level editor
  • Network play

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