violetland – open source cross-platform game similar to Crimsonland

violetland is an open source cross-platform game similar to Crimsonland, a no holds barred action game with no nonsense.

In violetland the player should help a girl by name of Violet to struggle with hordes of monsters. For this purpose the various weapon, and also the special abilities of the heroine which are opening with experience can be used.

In game there are elements of RPG in the form of strength-agility-vitality and derivatives. Also there is an unique feature: dynamic change of day and night.

The graphics are based on OpenGL.

Features include:

  • Polished entertainment.
  • Dynamic change of day and night.
  • Not disappearing corpses.
  • Elements of RPG in the form of strength-agility-vitality and derivatives.
  • Firearms, hand grenades, teleports, and bonuses.
  • Cross-platform support – runs on Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, and Windows operating systems.
  • Internationalization support: English, French, Galician, Russian, and Spanish.

Website: violetland.github.io
Support: Wiki, Mailing List, GitHub
Developer: The violetland Team
License: GNU GPL v3

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