Red Eclipse – arena shooter game

Red Eclipse is a single-player and multi-player first-person ego-shooter, built as a total conversion of Cube Engine 2.

This lends itself toward a balanced gameplay, completely at the control of map makers, while maintaining a general theme of agility in a variety of environments.

In a true open source by the people for the people nature, it tries to work closely with the gaming and open source communities to provide a better overall experience, taking all sorts of feedback from your average player, to your seasoned developer, aiming to create a story-driven game environment that is flexible, fun, easy to use, and pleasing to the eye.

Features include:

  • Agile gameplay: sprint, wall run/kick, and impulse dash.
  • Balanced gameplay, completely at the control of map makers, while maintaining a general theme of agility in a variety of environments.
  • Game modes: Campaign, Cooperative, Objective, Capture the Flag, Elimination and Deathmatch.
  • Built-in edtior for creating your own maps.
  • Mutators which modify the gameplay including:
    • Vampire.
    • Expert.
    • Jetpack.
    • Instagib.

Website: redeclipse.net
Support:
Developer: Quinton Reeves, Lee Salzman
License: zlib/libpng license

Red Eclipse

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