Nexuiz

  • Version

    2.4
  • Date Added
    (to site)

    March 2nd, 2008
  • Author

    Alien Trap
  • License

    GNU General Public License (GPL) (?)
  • Description

    Nexuiz focuses on bringing the FPS genre back to the basics with quick, lethal battles and balanced weaponry. As of the current release there are 9 weapons and 24 official maps, as well as 15 player models, with an average of 2 skins each.

    While Nexuiz is not intended to be an eye-candy laden game, it does feature many advanced effects such as coronas, bloom, Realtime World and Dynamic Lighting and shadowing, shaders (with OpenGL 2.0), offset mapping, and High dynamic range rendering. All these effects can be turned off to make the game run on older hardware. Nexuiz has such a range of effects that enabling all of them would result in an unplayable experience, apart from on the most cutting-edge of hardware.

    Nexuiz is primarily multiplayer (though it includes a full single-player campaign, which allows one to play through the various multiplayer game types and maps with bots), and allows for hosting and joining of games. It can also support new gametypes, or whole conversions quickly applied to it (much like Quake). Nexuiz supports most, if not all, Quake modifications (although with varying functionality). Currently there are a few custom mods and maps used.

    System Requirements:

    400 MB of hard drive space
    Windows 2000/XP/Vista (32-bit or 64-bit)
    Mac OS X 10.4 or better (PPC or x86)
    Linux Kernel 2.2 or better with glibc

  • Platforms Supported

    WindowsMacLinux
  • Website

Nexuiz

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