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Unvanquished

Unvanquished

Unvanquished is a free, open-source first-person shooter combining real-time strategy elements with a futuristic, sci-fi setting. The player can choose from either team, providing a fresh gameplay experience on both sides of the conflict. It is available for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.

The game is under highly active development, with a new alpha release being made at the beginning of each month.

 Unvanquished

License
Creative Commons Attribution License, GNU General Public License version 3.0 (GPLv3)

Developer
Stefan Langer

Website
unvanquished.net

Requirements
Freetype
libpng
libjpeg
libcurl
libsdl
libwebp ( >= 0.2.0 )
Newton (provided)
libgmp
GLEW
theora
speex
speexdsp
nettle
Optional
OpenAL
libxvid

Support:
Forums, GitHub, Twitter, Google+, SourceForge Project Page

Selected Reviews:
Phoronix

Features include:

  • Two teams with entirely different play styles - play as either the technologically advanced humans or the highly adaptable aliens, with a fresh gameplay experience on both sides
  • A blend of FPS and RTS elements
  • Build a base - construct and maintain your base with a variety of useful structures, or group up with teammates to take on the other team
  • Level up - earn rewards for victories against the other team, whether it's a deadly new weapon or access to a whole new alien form
  • Compatibility with Quake 3 file formats and modification tools allows for extensive customization of the game and its setting

Unvanquished in action

Unvanquished in action

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