Sauerbraten (also known as Cube 2 or Sauer) is a Quake-like first-person shooter computer game that runs on Microsoft Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and Mac OS X. The game uses OpenGL and SDL, features single-player and multiplayer game play and contains a built-in level editor, which gives level designers “What you see is what you play” functionality.
The game currently has singleplayer and multiplayer modes. Multiplayer functionality is possible with LAN, Local, and Internet play, which gets its server data from a master server.
Online offers deathmatch, last man standing, and “capture” gameplay (where teams vie over control of points on the map), as well as online cooperative map editing, which is one of Sauerbraten’s most interesting and popular features.
There are also single player modes featuring both episodic gameplay and also deathmatch on multiplayer maps with AI bots instead of human opponents over the internet.
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