Unvanquished – first-person strategy shooter game

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.

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.

Website: www.unvanquished.net
Support: GitHub Code Depository
Developer: Stefan Langer
License: Creative Commons Attribution License, GNU General Public License version 3.0 (GPLv3)

Unvanquished

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