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M.A.R.S.

M.A.R.S.

M.A.R.S. is an open source game for two players, flying with ships in a two-dimensional space setting, governed by the laws of gravity. There are several game modes and a lot of weapons.

In year 3547, civilizations all over the galaxy have settled their own planets, living in peace and harmony with its environment. But outside the contemplative habitats, the GREAT WAR is raging. As a famous fighter on your way to never ending honor and prosperity, you have to protect your planet from the oncoming doom of your jealous neighbours!

 M.A.R.S.

License
GNU GPL v3

Developer
MarsCore Team - Felix Lauer & Simon Schneegans

Website
mars-game.sourceforge.net

Requirements

Support:
SourceForge Project Page, GitHub

Selected Reviews:
ModDB

Features include:

  • High quality 2D-graphics
  • Epic particle effects
  • AI is using an aggro-system, which reacts differently upon varying situations
  • Great game modes.
    • Spaceball - each player aims to destroy the home planet of the other by dropping a huge ball at it. In order to avoid him doing so, there are several weapons, suitable for different situations
    • Deathmatch - destroy as many enemies as possible
    • Team-Deathmatch - destroy as many enemies as possible
    • CannonKeep - pick up the remote and keep it as long as possible
    • Grave-Itation Pit - destroy as many enemies as possible
  • Individual ship styles
  • Unique, mindblowing sounds
  • Many impressive weapons
  • Network games
  • Excellent soundtracks add atmosphere to the game
  • All movement is governed by the laws of gravity
  • Internationalization support: English, German, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian, Italian, Swedish, Arabic, Chinese, Finnish, Hindi, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, and Thai languages

M.A.R.S. in action

M.A.R.S. in action

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