Altitude es un juego de disparos en avión por la supremacía de los cielos.

altitude4Altitude es un juego de disparos en avión. Los jugadores luchan por la supremacía de los cielos en un entorno de combatetrepidante.

Dispara tus armas en un cielo de dibujos animados en este rápido juego de combate aéreo.

Nimbly Games ha creado un juego de acción al que se aprende a jugar rápido, que recompensa el tiempo invertido, y además es endemoniadamente divertido en multijugador.

Altitude combina perks similares a los de Call of Duty con el juego variado de Team Fortress 2 en una novedosa experiencia multijugador. Unos controles, código de red y equilibrio refinados con mimo te darán cientos de horas de juego profundo y satisfactorio.

7 emocionantes modos de juego:
  • La acción constante de Plane Ball lo convierte en el favorito de los jugadores nuevos y los casuales, mientras que las maniobras tácticas de equipo como las pasadas y los bloqueos proporcionan un desafío divertido a los veteranos.
  • La Destrucción de Bases por Equipos ofrece una experiencia competitiva muy intensa, donde los ataques coordinados y las decisiones estratégicas de carga deciden el ganador. Prueba a jugar una partida rápida o únete a un clan y juega en la "Altitude ProLeague" - un torneo competitivo administrado por jugadores hardcore de las comunidades de Starcraft y Counter-Strike.
  • Para poner a prueba definitivamente tu habilidad cuerpo a cuerpo prueba el Deathmatch de 1 vida o compite en Demolición para una experiencia más táctica basada en objetivos.
  • O disfruta de los modos de juego clásicos como Free For All y Team Deathmatch.
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107 juegos de disparos en primera persona para Linux (2a parte).

figh win prevail1¿Quién dice que no se puede jugar en Linux? Vale que el catálogo nativo disponible no es ni mucho menos tan amplio como el de Windows, pero es que además muchos de los juegos para Windows pueden ser aprovechados directamente en Linux gracias a desarrollos como Wine, Cedega o PlayOnLinux.

Pero como decía, hay un buen número de videojuegos nativos para Linux que aprovechan las virtudes de OpenGL, y que sobre todo demuestran su potencial en el terreno de los First Person Shooters.

Vamos a dar una breve explicación de cada uno  así como el enlace a las respectivas páginas oficiales, aclarando que el orden de ellos no indica una mayor o menor importancia:

  • Fight Win Prevail Fight Win Prevail (or FWP for short) is a FREE multiplayer first person shooter. The game is set in an imaginary universe where pilots meet in special arenas to fight to the death with their vehicles.
  • Force: Leashed Force: Leashed is a first person gravity fiddler. To advance, you need to guide rockets to their targets using spherical potential fields. And no, it's not like Portal.
  • Freedoom The Freedoom project aims to create a complete Doom-based game which is Free Software. Combined with a Free Source Port, people will also be able to play the back catalog of extensions made to Doom by hobbyists over the last 10 years.
  • Hell World Hell World is a FPS adventure game which features excellent graphics, a dark atmosphere and an excellent scenario. It is designed to be a port to the Windows-only version of Hell World.
  • Heretic Heretic is a port of the popular DOS game that runs under X11, GGI and SVGAlib.
  • Heretic II (commercial) Heretic II is a third-person action game based on the Quake II engine, Heretic II sets players on a quest through vast, city and outdoor environments as they search for a cure to a deadly evil plague before all is lost.
  • heXen:Edge of Chaos heXen:Edge of Chaos will be a new and free game, based on the original Hexen game that was developed by id Software and Raven Software.
  • HHexen HHexen is committed to improving the original Hexen engine in any way possible. It is based on Karl Robillard's Linux Hexen engine.
  • LAB3D/SDL LAB3D/SDL is a port of Ken's Labyrinth to modern operating systems, using OpenGL for graphics output and the SDL library to provide user input, sound output, threading, and some graphics support functions. Music output is through Adlib emulation or MIDI (MIDI only on Windows, Linux and other operating systems with OSS-compatible sound APIs).
  • Legends Legends is a fast-paced, FPS-style multiplayer game. The game is designed to take advantage of the beautiful environments in the Torque Gaming Engine while still offering the breakneck pace and variety of gameplay styles available from classics such as Quake and Tribes. Read more
  • LsdlDoom LsdlDoom includes many bug fixes and improvments in portability and usability, as well as many new features to lxdoom.
  • LTKTBM LTKTBM is a fast paced, single and multiplayer action built on the all time, original, classic code:- Action Quake 2 into a heavly enhanced engine with superior sound and graphics, whilst still maintaining compatibility with both the hundreds of AQ2 servers and the original Quake 2 specifications.
  • Neuro-Evolving Robotic Operatives Neuro-Evolving Robotic Operatives, or NERO for short, is a unique computer game that lets you play with adapting intelligent agents hands-on. Evolve your own robot army by tuning their artificial brains for challenging tasks, then pit them against your friends' teams in online competitions!
  • nmaFPS nmaFPS is a first person shooter. The aim is to shoot down as many 'drones' as you can in the arena you play in. If the number or living drones exceeds 10, you lose. The drones appear at random places at regular intervals.
  • Ogrian Carpet Ogrian Carpet is an outdoor First Person Shooter game with Real Time Strategy elements, inspired by the game 'Magic Carpet,' using Ogre3D as the renderer. Fly around an island casting spells, summoning monsters, collecting mana, and building castles.
  • Open Arena Fortress Open Arena Fortress is a mod for Open Arena that adds customizable player classes. You can choose from familiar preset classes, such as "soldier" or "sniper," or create your own by choosing your starting weapons and armor class.
  • Open Quartz Open Quartz is a project to supply GPL'ed artwork in the form of PAK and WAD files to create a fully GPL game based around the GPL'ed quake sourcecode. This includes models, maps, soundfx and textures. Read more
  • openFRAG We intend openFRAG to be a gaming platform, using a set of abstract features we hope to be able to attach "themes".
  • PoopmUp As a child, you where tortured in the playground. You where a victim of the highschool hirarchy. You hacked hours on end, and build a machine that transphormed you into a bird. You are now free (as in speech) to fly around the city and poop on passers-by.
  • Postal 2: Share the Pain (commercial) In Postal 2: Share the Pain you can interact with well over a hundred unique characters including marching bands, dogs, cats and elephants, protesters, policemen, ordinary passers by, and of course, Gary Coleman!
  • PrBoom PrBoom is a version of the classic fps game Doom by id Software. Specifically, it's an engine for playing Doom levels, based on the source code released by id Software. It aims to be free, reliable, portable, and support a wide range of levels.
  • Prey (commercial) Prey is a first-person shooter video game developed by Human Head Studios and produced by 3D Realms. Read more
  • Quake Quake is the Linux version of Quake, a famous DOS game.
  • Quake II Open Source Quake II Open Source is an open source version of the commercial first person shooter Quake II. It has been updated from the commercial version for security, performance, and functionality.
  • Quake III Arena Cell Shading Quake III Arena Cell Shading is a modification for Quake III Arena which makes the game look like a painting or cartoon. Two techniques are used. The default one (Kuwahara filtering) simplifies the texture a bit, and the second one removes the texture, so it looks plain.
 
  • Quake2World Quake2World is an unsupported, unofficial, multiplayer-only iteration of id Software's Quake II. It aims to blend the very best aspects of the entire Quake series to deliver an enjoyable FPS experience in a free to download, stand-alone game.
  • Quake3: Arena (commercial) Quake3: Arena and Demo is a first person shooter, featuring polished network play and beautiful OpenGL graphics. Read more
  • Quakeworld Quakeworld is an Internet multi-player specific version of Quake.
  • Quetoo Quetoo is a Quake2-compatible game engine for GNU/Linux and FreeBSD. It's focus is simplicity, security, stability, and speed. It contains critical security updates for both clients and servers, bandwidth saving network protocol enhancements, an improved console, and some major speed increases.
  • Receiver (commercial) Receiver was created for the 7-day FPS challenge to explore gun handling mechanics, randomized levels, and unordered storytelling. Armed only with a Colt 1911 A1 and an audiocassette player, you must uncover the secrets of the Mindkill in a building complex infested with automated turrets and hovering shock drones.
  • Red Eclipse Red Eclipse is a single-player and multi-player first-person ego-shooter, built as a total conversion of Cube Engine 2, which lends itself toward a balanced gameplay, completely at the control of map makers, while maintaining a general theme of agility in a variety of environments. Read more
  • Rise of the Triad Rise of the Triad is a Linux port of the 1995 shooter, from source recently released by 3D Realms.
  • Rubicon X Rubicon X is a free, cross platform, first person shooter that continues the story of Bungie?s Marathon trilogy. First released as Marathon:Rubicon in 2001, Rubicon X is a complete overhaul of the original. It features all new high-resolution artwork, new and updated maps, and enough surprises to feel like a whole new game.
  • SDL Hexen SDL Hexen is a port of Raven Software's popular Hexen 3-D shooter game.
  • sdlquake sdlquake is an SDL port of id Software's Quake.
  • Serious Sam (commercial) Serious Sam a port of the popular first person shooter.
  • Slickworm Slickworm is a game with a vehicle physics and a landscape engine. It now has a first-person mode with rocket launcher which can deform the terrain. It also has a vehicle that can be driven. The landscape engine uses variable Level-Of-Detail with geomipmapping.
  • Smokin' Guns Smokin' Guns (originally known as Western Quake) is intended to be a semi-realistic simulation of the "Old West's" great atmosphere. Read more
  • Space Plumber Space Plumber is a first-person 3d game, not much different to Doom and Quake. The main goal is to reach the extraction pumps before the water level increases swamping everything. Each of the 30 levels that conform the game have progressive difficulty by adding more pumps and consoles that you must deactivate first, and by making the map bigger. There are no enemies, you fight against time and misorientation, and you only have your skills to move inside the maze.
  • StandAlone Q3 Standalone Q3 is a modified version of Quake 3 GPL engine allowing to play Quake 3 mods without the need of the original Quake 3 CD.
  • TC:ELite TC:ELite is a modern world total conversion modification of the free, popular, stand-alone third-person shooter Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory.
  • Tenebrae Tenebrae is a modification of the quake source that adds stencil shadows and per pixel lights to quake. Stencil shadows allow for realistic shadow effects on every object in the game world. Per pixel lighting allows you to have fine surface details correctly lit. These are essentially the same algorithms as used by the new Doom game.
  • Textmode Quake Textmode Quake lets you play Quake at a text terminal, in an xterm, or over a telnet session.
  • The Castle The Castle is a game in a dark fantasy setting. Your main weapon is a sword, so the fight is mostly short-range. 3 main levels are included, packed with creatures, items, and sounds.
  • The Hunted The Hunted is a single player FPS game based off of the Darkplaces engine. It is completely standalone, meaning that you do not need any prior files to run it, and it comes in a series called chronicles.
  • Tilda Tilda is a Linux terminal taking after the likeness of many classic terminals from first person shooter games, Quake, Doom and Half-Life (to name a few), where the terminal has no border and is hidden from the desktop until a key is pressed.
  • Transfusion Transfusion plunges you into a world originally created in 1997. Created with the BUILD game engine (Duke Nukem, Shadow Warrior), Blood was a tour de force of horror that has yet to be matched, in which you battled minions of evil in a lightning-paced, blood splattered quest for glory.
  • Trepidation Trepidation is a first person shooter set in the future based on the GPL IOQ3 Quake Engine. Trepidation features all new weapons, maps and vehicles. Currently planned game types are DM, CTF, Last Man Standing and 2 others to be announced.
  • TSSHP The System Shock Hack Project: to reverse-engineer and then re-engineer System Shock. Why? Because Looking Glass have just folded and we want to preserve the legacy.
  • Tuxanci Tuxanci is a multiplatform game, inspired by well-known czech game Bulanci (by the SleepTeam Labs team), distributed under GNU GPL license.
  • UHexen UHexen is yet another port of Raven Software/Id software Hexen game for Simple Directmedia Layer and FreeBSD console.
  • Unreal Tournament 2003 Unreal Tournament 2003 is a lightning-fast, no-holds-barred sport of the future, where warriors face off like the Gladiators of ancient Rome to determine the ultimate combatant.
  • Vavoom Vavoom is a source port based on sources of Doom, Heretic, Hexen and a little bit from Quake. Supported platforms are DOS, Windows and Linux.
  • Wolf4SDL Wolf4SDL is an open-source port of id Software's classic first-person shooter Wolfenstein 3D to the cross-plattform multimedia library 'Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL)'.
  • WolfGL WolfGL is a famous DOS game from 1992 created by id Software. This is an attempt to port the source (released in 1995) to Linux.
  • ZDoom ZDoom is an enhanced port of the official DOOM source. It features support for all Hexen editing features (including ACS, hubs, etc.), support for most BOOM editing features, freelook, jumping, and translucency support, a Quake-style console, high screen resolutions, removal of the original DOOM's limits, support for many more music formats (including MOD, IT, XM, S3M, MIDI, MP3, and MUS), better mouse support, UDP networking, and more.
 
 
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Los 10 posts más vistos del mes: Abril 2013.

1.-  Edad de los Imperios II | Age of Empires II | + Expansion.


Age of Empires (conocida también por las siglas AOE) es una serie de videojuegos de estrategia en tiempo real para computadoras personales, desarrollada por Ensemble Studios y publicada por Microsoft Game Studios.
El primer título, Age of Empires, apareció en 1997; desde entonces, se han lanzado otros tres títulos y seis expansiones más. Todos ellos cuentan con dos modos principales de juego (mapa aleatorio y campaña) y tratan sobre eventos históricos diferentes.
Los dos primeros títulos, Age of Empires y Age of Empires: The Rise of Rome, se centran en los eventos ocurridos en Europa y Asia desde la Edad de Piedra hasta la Edad clásica, explorando el segundo la formación y expansión del Imperio romano, mientras que el siguiente, Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings y la expansión del mismo Age of Empires II: The Conquerors, se centran en el periodo que va de la Edad Media hasta la conquista de México. Age of Empires III y sus expansiones, Age of Empires III: The WarChiefs y Age of Empires III: The Asian Dynasties, se ambientan en la época pre-moderna, a través de la colonización europea de América y la expansión de varias naciones de Asia.

2.- 109 juegos de aventuras para Linux.



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Visto que la gente principalmente tiene como primer problema para migrar a Linux es el tema de los juegos, os vamos a dejar una lista detallada de juegos en la que hacemos hincapié para demostrar que en Linux también se puede jugar y bien. Vamos a animar un poco el domingo entonces.
Los juegos que os proponemos son la mayoría 3D y nativos de Linux, sin necesidad de tener que correr Wine o similares. Son juegos de calidad y la mayoría ha ganado algún premio y salido en alguna revista.
La lista de los juegos es abierta, podéis aportar más juegos e iremos añadiéndolos poco a poco. Por ahora propongo los siguientes: Battle for Wesnoth, Nexuiz, America’s Army, Enemy Territories: Quake Wars, Tremulous, World of Padman, Tux Racer, Vendetta, Alien Arena 2007, Urban Terror, A Tale in the Desert, Second Life, Savage 2, Warsow, TrueCombat: Elite, Frozen Bubble, TORCS (The Open Racing Car Simulator), Flight Gear, Frets on Fire, Scorched 3D, ManiaDrive, WarZone 2100, Spring, Battle Tanks y para terminar por ahora: Excalibur: Morgana’s Revenge v3.0.

3.- Los 25 juegos más descargados para Android Tablet durante el primer trimestre de 2013.


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4.- Lemming Ball Z, el mejor juego 3D inspirado en DragonBall.


Lemming Ball Z es un juego de peleas desarrollado en base al popular DragonBall pero en el cuàl los personajes principales son los curiosos lemming. pertenecientes a Windows, pero que también incluyen al Linux.
Tal y como lo evoca su nombre es una curiosa y original mezcla entre DragonBall Z y los famosos Lemmings.
En este juego, los pacíficos y simpáticos lemmings se han convertido en violentos guerreros cuyo único objetivo es limpiar por completo a su oponente del mapa. Lo cual es posible en partidas de jugador único (contra la PC) o en partidas de tipo multijugador en red local o a través de Internet.
Para poder alcanzar dicho propósito se debe realizar el mejor uso de ataques especiales, movimientos espectaculares al más puro estilo kamehameha o simplemente golpes con las manos.

5.- 5 juegos de accion en primera persona para Linux.

El objetivo de este artículo es demostrar que tambien en Linux se puede jugar y bien.
Aparte de los juegos tradicionales nacidos para otros sistemas operativos y después adaptados para Linux (previo paso por Wine), hay una infinidad de juegos un poco menos conocidos pero igualmente bellos esteticamente y agradables de jugar nativos para el sistema operativo del pinguino.
Vamos a dar una breve explicación de cada uno así como el enlace a las respectivas páginas oficiales, aclarando que el orden de ellos no indica una mayor o menor importancia:
Iniciamos esta lista con 5 juegos de Acción en Primera Persona:
Para los nostágicos de los primeros FPS, allá por mediados de los años 90.
PrBoom es una versión libre y mejorada de Doom 2 (cuyo motor fue liberado bajo GPL en 1999) disponible para varias plataformas.
 

6.-  Los 10 posts más vistos del mes: Marzo 2013.
Dead Cyborg es una asombrosa aventura gráfica en primera persona.

deadcyborg lgoDead Cyborg es una asombrosa aventura gráfica en primera persona.
De carácter independiente y multiplataforma, y de precio gratuito, se publica en forma de episodios que son lanzados una vez las donaciones y el tiempo de su único autor lo permiten.
La temática Sci-Fi de este juego, basado en el conocido programa de modelado y animación Blender, va asociada al genial Art-Work de su creador (parte del cual podéis disfrutar en su página web). La historia está estructurada en 3 episodios (el 3º ya está en un 10% de su desarrollo), así que si os gusta no dudéis en apoyar económicamente a su creador. Si no sois de ese tipo de gente, al menos echadle un voto en Steam Greenlight para que pueda llegar a un gran escaparate de juegos.

7.-  Los mejores iconos de Tux: una selección de los mejores iconos para el popular pinguino de Linux.

Una selección de los mejores iconos para el popular pinguino de Linux.
Tux es el nombre de la mascota oficial de Linux. Creado por Larry Ewing en 1996, es un pequeño pingüino de aspecto risueño y cómico.
La idea de que la mascota de kernel Linux fuera un pingüino provino del mismo Linus Torvalds, creador de kernel Linux.
Según se cuenta, cuando era niño le picó un pingüino, y le resultó simpática la idea de asociar un pingüino a su proyecto. 
Existen dos versiones sobre el origen de su nombre. La primera sugiere que el nombre surge del hecho de que los pingüinos parecen vestir un esmoquin (que en inglés es tuxedo max, abreviado tux). La segunda es que las letras que componen Tux provienen de las palabras Torvalds Unix.

8.-  107 juegos de disparos en primera persona para Linux (1a parte).

alienarena_logo¿Quién dice que no se puede jugar en Linux? Vale que el catálogo nativo disponible no es ni mucho menos tan amplio como el de Windows, pero es que además muchos de los juegos para Windows pueden ser aprovechados directamente en Linux gracias a desarrollos como Wine, Cedega o PlayOnLinux.
Pero como decía, hay un buen número de videojuegos nativos para Linux que aprovechan las virtudes de OpenGL, y que sobre todo demuestran su potencial en el terreno de los First Person Shooters.
Vamos a dar una breve explicación de cada uno  así como el enlace a las respectivas páginas oficiales, aclarando que el orden de ellos no indica una mayor o menor importancia:

9.-  El motor gráfico Torque 3D migra a Linux y se transforma en open source.

torque3dGarage Games, fabricante del motor Torque 3D de juegos, ha revelado sus planes para que el Software sea de código abierto.
La compañía hará que su motor esté disponible bajo la Licencia MIT y cambiará su enfoque para proporcionar apoyo, formación y consultoría para los usuarios del Software, y crear aplicaciones personalizadas utilizando el motor como parte de ese proceso.
La empresa también explicó que se va a compartir el código fuente del motor en un repositorio de GitHub y que el código fuente completo de la versión 1.2 de Torque 3D dará a conocer, entre ellos cuatro plantillas para ayudarle a empezar con el desarrollo de juegos. La compañía dice que otras fuentes, actualmente de código cerrado, de los componentes del motor se dará a conocer más tarde bajo una licencia de código abierto.

10.-  Robots juego para Linux con nuevas configuraciones y dos tipos de robots.

Robots es un juego donde tiene que tratar de evitar una banda de robots merodeadores que, por alguna razón sin explicación, tratan de matarle. Está basado en el juego tipo texto robots que se puede encontrar en cierto número de sistemas UNIX.
Esta nueva versión incluye dos tipos de robots, chatarra móvil, múltiples configuraciones para el juego, disposiciones de teclado definibles por el usuario y sonidos, así como todas las características que estaban disponibles en el juego Robots original.
Para ejecutar Robots, seleccione Juegos ▸ Robots del Menú principal, o escriba gnobots2 en la línea de comandos.
Robots está incluido en el paquete gnome-games, que es parte del entorno de escritorio GNOME. Este documento describe la versión 2.30.1 de Robots, la ùltima versiòn estable disponible al momento.
 
 
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107 juegos de disparos en primera persona para Linux (1a parte).

alienarena_logo¿Quién dice que no se puede jugar en Linux? Vale que el catálogo nativo disponible no es ni mucho menos tan amplio como el de Windows, pero es que además muchos de los juegos para Windows pueden ser aprovechados directamente en Linux gracias a desarrollos como Wine, Cedega o PlayOnLinux.
Pero como decía, hay un buen número de videojuegos nativos para Linux que aprovechan las virtudes de OpenGL, y que sobre todo demuestran su potencial en el terreno de los First Person Shooters.
Vamos a dar una breve explicación de cada uno  así como el enlace a las respectivas páginas oficiales, aclarando que el orden de ellos no indica una mayor o menor importancia:

  • Alien Arena 2008 Alien Arena 2008 combines some of the very best aspects of such games as Quake III and Unreal Tournament and wraps them up with a retro alien theme, while adding tons of original ideas to make the game quite unique.
  • AssaultCube AssaultCube is based on the game Cube. It is set in a realistic looking environment, with a gameplay that stays fast and arcade like.
  • Doom 3 (commercial) One of the finest games ever released featuring spectacular graphics and gameplay.
  • Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Enemy Territory: Quake Wars is a multiplayer first-person shooter video game mixing Enemy Territory and Quake 4. It is the follow up to Wolftenstein: Enemy Territory.
  • Excalibur: Morgana's Revenge Excalibur: Morgana's Revenge (EMR) is a first-person shooter game with an epic and in-depth story line. The player travels through time in the Jurassic period, Camelot period, and into the future to chase down Morgana. Using the Aleph One engine, EMR creates an amazing new world, making it an entirely fun and unique gaming experience.
  • Hexen II - Hammer of Thyrion Hammer of Thyrion is based on the original Linux Hexen II project, Anvil of Thyrion. It includes many bugfixes and some documentation. New features include: Improved sound and video modes, OpenGL glows and full screen intermissions.
  • Nexuiz Nexuiz is a fast-paced, chaotic, and intense multiplayer first-person shooter game, focused on providing basic, old style deathmatch. It is extremely modder-friendly. Nexuiz is built on the power of the Darkplaces engine, which is a heavily modified version of the original Quake. Darkplaces features realtime lighting and stencil shadows, bumpmapping, gloss, bloom, and totally rewritten network code that supports up to 64 players on a single server.
  • OpenArena OpenArena's gameplay is exactly the same as Quake III Arena - score frags to win the game using a balanced set of weapons each designed for different situations.
  • Quake 2 (commercial) Quake 2 is a fantastic 3D multiplayer action game that runs under X11, SVGAlib, or OpenGL. hot
  • Quake 4 (commercial) In Quake 4 you are Matthew Kane, an elite member of Rhino Squad and Earth's valiant invasion force. Fight alone, with your squad, and in hover tanks and mechanized walkers as you engage in a heroic mission into the heart of the Strogg war machine. But, in this epic war between worlds, the only way to defeat the Strogg is to become one of them.
  • Tremulous Tremulous for Quake 3 Arena is an open source modification that blends a team based FPS with elements of an RTS. Players can choose from 2 unique races, aliens and humans. Players on both teams are able to build working structures in-game like an RTS. These structures provide many functions, the most important being spawning.
  • True Combat True Combat is a modification to Quake III arena featuring scriptable mission objectives in maps, C4 and smoke grenades to your arsenal, realistic lens flares, glare, and flash blend effects.
  • Unreal Tournament 2004 (commercial) Unreal Tournament 2004 is a multiplayer first person shooter that combines the kill-or-be-killed experience of gladiatorial combat with cutting-edge technology. Ten game modes - both team-based and "every man for himself" -- provide even the most hardcore gamer with palm-sweating challenges through unbelievably detailed indoor arenas and vast outdoor environments. As the ultimate techno-gladiator of the future, players will take their fates into their hands, battling against up to 32 other players online in action-packed, frag-filled arenas. hot
  • Warsow Warsow is a fast-paced 3D ego-shooter with colorful graphics which look like in comic (black lines around things; deliberatly surrealistic graphics) or similar to the movie "Tron". Read more hot
  • Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is a free, stand-alone multiplayer game in which players wage war as Axis or Allies in team-based combat. It was originally planned as an add-on for Return to Castle Wolfenstein, but soon became it's own game, a separate entity with full single player, multiplayer, AI opponents and teammates. Read more hot
  • 0verkill 0verkill is a bloody 2D action deathmatch-like game in ASCII-ART running under Linux, OS/2 and Windows. Read more
  • ActionCube ActionCube is a total conversion of Wouter van Oortmerssen´s FPS called Cube. Set in a realistic looking environment, as far as that´s possible with this engine, while gameplay stays fast and arcade. This game is all about team oriented multiplayer fun.
  • Adanaxis Adanaxis is fast-moving first person shooter set in deep space, where the fundamentals of space itself are changed. By adding another dimension to space this game provides an environment with movement in four directions and six planes of rotation.
  • Aleph One/SDL Aleph One is based on the game Marathon 2 by Bungie Software. It supports, but doesn't require, OpenGL for rendering. Aleph One was originally a Mac-only game, but there is now a cross-platform version based on the Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) library, that should in theory run on all systems supported by SDL
  • Alien Arena 2006 AA2K6 is the latest in a series of standalone games based on a classic Sci-Fi theme with a modern, updated visual experience. With 25 levels, five modes of play, mutators, built-in bots, 9 characters, 8 weapons(3 with alt-fire modes), the game has an endless supply of replayability.
  • Alien Arena 2007 Alien Arena 2007 is a fast paced, retro sci-fi themed game jam packed with features such as 37 maps, 5 game modes, 6 game mutators, 10 player characters, 8 weapons(each with an alternate firing mode), and the Galaxy front end that includes a server browser, IRC client, stats lookup, and a buddy list to keep tabs on your favorite players.
  • Alien Swarm Alien Swarm is an overhead view tactical squad-based shooter for UT2K4. Set in the the distant future, the players take the role of a Commander in the Interstellar Armed Forces. They must guide their squad of marines through Swarm infested colonies, overrun bases and outposts, to achieve a variety of objectives. Featuring Assault Rifles, Heat Tracking Guns, Sentry Guns, Flamethrowers and more. Supports co-operative multiplayer.
 
  • Aliens vs Predator A Linux port of the Fox Interactive/Rebellion Developments game, Aliens vs Predator. Game is no longer being developed.
  • Alpha Shooter Alpha Shooter is a single-player 3D FPS game with a sci-fi setting, multi-platform support, trivial particles and collision detection system, dynamic lighting effects and a shooting practice mini-game, written in C with OpenGL and GLUT.
  • America's Army: Special Forces America's Army: Special Forces is released by the United States Army. In America's Army: Special Forces, players attempt to earn Green Beret status by completing individual and collective training missions drawn from the Special Forces Assignment and Selection (SFAS) process.
  • Argonium Argonium is a standalone Multiplayer First Person shooter powered by id Softwares Quake II engine. includes over 100 sound files, over 250 image files and over 50 models. Argonium includes 5 different weapons, 1 player character with 3 skins, 3 powerup items, armour and health items. The game is strictly a Deathmatch game and comes with 3 levels.
  • Balder Balder is a multiplayer Zero Gravity First Person Shooter using the Crystal Space engine. It also uses the borax template and the GNE -- Game Networking Engine. It will emphesise team cooperation, instead of the standard frag-fest and meaningless violence of most first person shooters.
  • Balder2D Balder2D is a multiplayer game. It has a networked option and/or players can share a keyboard on the same machine. Players control small probes which shoot tiny projectiles with which they try to destroy each other. It features a 2D overhead view of the playing field.
  • Battle Free Battle Free is a free online FPS, you can play with up to 64 friends online or just with the AI's. This game has 4 mission areas, and 4 weapons.
  • Black Shades In Black Shades you try to keep your VIP (the guy in white) alive as long as possible. The assassins will all try to shoot or stab him to death. You must do all you can to prevent this. Your reputation has preceded you, so the VIP has absolute confidence in your abilities and will completely ignore all the assassins.
  • Black Shades Elite Black Shades Elite is an action game that is more or less similar to the original Black Shades "Psychic Bodyguard FPS". Kill anyone that tries to kill the VIP (the white guy). The psychic part is seeing blue lines when bad guys line up on the VIP (when the line is red they are about to shoot).
  • Blood Frontier Blood Frontier is a single-player and multi-player first-person shooter, built as a total conversion of Cube Engine 2, which lends itself toward a balanced gameplay, completely at the control of map makers, while maintaining a general theme of tactics and low gravity.
  • Blood Toll Blood Toll is an innovative new first person shooter that allows players to compete online for real money. The game works by having each player buy in to enter a level, then for each player that you eliminate you get their buy in fee.
  • Chocolate Doom Chocolate Doom is a Doom source port which aims to behave as closely as possible to the original DOS Doom executables ("Vanilla Doom").
  • Counter-Strike 2D Counter-Strike 2D offers a lot more than the original Counter-Strike game. Counter-Strike is a tactical first-person shooter video game in which players join either the terrorist or counter-terrorist team (or become a spectator).
  • Crystal Core Crystal Core is a first person shooter/puzzle game. The action is set on an alien planet invaded by hostile aliens. Crystal Core is a project that will help demonstrate what the crystal space engine can do.
  • Cytadela Cytadela is a conversion of an Amiga Doom clone that was also called "Cytadela". The original was created in the mid-1990's by Virtual Design, and released first in Poland and then in other countries.
  • d1x This is the Descent 1 Source Project. Our goal is to refine and extend the playability of Descent 1, coordinate compatability and features across platforms and versions, and make semi-official releases with major changes.
  • D2X-XL D2X-XL is a port of Descent 2 to OpenGL. It is an open source project and has undergone a lot of enhancements compared to Descent 2.
  • Dave 3D Dave 3D is a Free media data-only project for the Duke Nukem 3D source code.
  • Dead Cyborg Dead Cyborg is a sci-fi adventure game. The story is about the meaning of life and death in a rusty post-apocalyptic metal and concrete world.
  • Digital Paintball 2 Paintball 2 is a fast-paced first-person game with capture the flag, elimination, siege, and deathmatch (free-for-all) styles of gameplay.
  • Doom Legacy Doom Legacy offers an enhancement to the original Doom game with extra features such as split screen mode, skins, 32 players etc.
  • DoomRL DoomRL (Doom, the Roguelike) is a fast and furious coffee-break Roguelike game, that is heavily inspired by the popular first person shooter game Doom developed by ID Software.
  • Dreams Eternal Dreams Eternal tries to concentrate on the storyline instead of just shooting. The goal of the game is also to have a scary athmosphere. Basically the game will play in the dream world and will concentrate on puzzle solving.
  • DXX Rebirth DXX-Rebirth is a remake of the two DESCENT ports D1X and D2X.
  • EDuke32 EDuke32 is an actively developed port of the classic, Duke Nukem. Duke Nukem 3D was a first person shooter developed by 3D Realms and released in 1996.
 
 
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Los 25 juegos más descargados para Android Tablet durante el primer trimestre de 2013.

1. Dead Trigger (Free)

2. Bad Piggies HD (Free)

3. Fruit Ninja (Free)

4. Neuroshima Hex Lite (Free)

5. Words with Friends (Free)

6. Shadowgun: DeadZone (Free)

7. Heroes of Order And Chaos (Free)

8. Triple Town (Free)

9. Global Outbreak (Free)

10. Zenonia 5 (Free)

11. Six Guns (Free)

12. Tiny Tower (Free)

 

14. Ski Safari ($0.99)

15. Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour $0.99

16. Angry Birds Star Wars HD ($2.99)

17. Great Big War Game ($3.99)

18. Nes.emu ($4)

19. World of Goo ($4.99)
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20. Shadowgun THD ($4.99)

21. Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP ($4.99)

22. Minecraft Pocket Edition ($6.99)

23. N.O.V.A. 3 ($6.99)

24. Mass Effect Infiltrator ($7.82)

25. Dead Space ($7.82)
 
 
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