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Turtle Arena

Turtle Arena

Turtle Arena is a free and open source cross-platform third-person action game using a modified version of the Spearmint engine, which is based on ioquake3.

Turtle Arena is currently focused on multiplayer (with multiple game modes) and can be played with human players over a network, splitscreen, or with AI players.

 Turtle Arena

License
GNU GPL v3 (code)
Creative Commons 3.0 BY-SA (Content)

Developer
Zach Middleton (maintainer)

Website
ztm.x10host.com/ta/

Requirements
RAM:512MB
Hard disk: 70MB of free space
Graphics: OpenGL graphics support

SDL 1.2
Ogg Vorbis
Ogg Theora

Support:
Google Code, Wiki, Launchpad

Selected Reviews:
Phoronix

Features include:

  • Four player splitscreen
  • Network multiplayer
  • 7 Playable Game types
    • Single Player / cooperative platform mode (work in progress)
    • Free for All (Deathmatch)
    • Dual, one vs. one dual
    • Team Deathmatch
    • Capture the Flag (CTF), take the other team's flag back to your base
    • One Flag CTF, take the center flag to the other team's base
    • Overload, attack the other team's base
  • Four playable characters
  • Melee and projectile weapons
  • Shurikens, pick up projectile weapons that are usable regardless of currently held weapon
  • Player AI bots enable playing alone
  • Modification support, create your own levels, characters, weapons, and more
  • Aspect-correct widescreen support

Turtle Arena in action

Turtle Arena in action

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