Here is an game who work on linux since very very much time, but it was not instructions to compil the game on this os, it was very difficult.
Now I fix that, and create a realese who work normaly on every distributions.
So, the game is a FPS on the world war 2, there is 8 teams (German, British, Italian, Polish, Russian, Japan) with the sames units, but different weapons by teams.
There is some game mode like :
- Deathmatch : First who kill a number of enemies
- Capture : Capture a build behind some time
- Objectives : Destroy some objectives, kill hitler, activate some stuffs for win
- Progrees : Main is capture a flag or destroy objectives, when you touch the flag, the spawn is modified for all players, you progress on the map, if you arrive to the end, you win.
Basically, the game was a mod for quake2, but now, this game is only developed by the fans of the game. It is a good game for play with a friend, it is very funny, there is bots to play in solo player, it run on very good on low computers and if you find some players online, it's too much funny, because they became like friends with time :) .
The development game is global finished, but it is posssible improuved graphicly (by create high resolution texture, or model md3 to replace old md2 for exemple)
Here is the release that i create for the game, it's the last release of the game, me, I just compiled it correctly and create some instruction if anybody want to compil it himself.
Last release on GitHub
For install it, just extract the file archive where you want, and run DDaynormandy_linux_x84_64 or i386 in function of your arch.
If you have some problem to install or compil it you can join me by an issue on github, by sending a message on the facebook page, on irc.quakenet.org #ddayhome, or finaly on the DDayDev forum !
How to play:
ESCAPE -> Main menu
A,S,D,W -> movements
Q -> take items
SPACE -> Jump
CTRL -> down-crouch
Left click -> shoot
Right click -> use weapon (position to aim)
R or Middle click -> reload
IRC: irc.quakenet.org #ddayhome
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