Cube 2: Sauerbraten is a free multiplayer/singleplayer first person shooter, built as a major redesign of the Cube FPS. Much like the original Cube, the aim of this game is not necessarily to produce the most features & eyecandy possible, but rather to allow map/geometry editing to be done dynamically in-game, to create fun gameplay and an elegant engine. The engine supporting the game is entirely original in code & design, and its code is Open Source (ZLIB license, read the docs for more on how you can use the engine). In addition to the FPS game which is in a very playable state, the engine is being used for an RPG which is in the preproduction phase. Additionally, Proper Games ltd are the first to use the engine commercially. dot3 labs is a company started by the creators of sauerbraten that offers commercial support.
Cube Conflict is a lightweight FPS running on Tesseract currently in bêta version. The pixel art style allow to create various and colored environments...
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A single-player total conversion of Cube2-Sauerbraten with focus on adding rpg/adventure elements. The goal is to make gamebuilding as fun as playing...
Update : Mars Massacre project as been temporarily discontinued. Mars Massacre is a free and open-source first person shooter. This is a total conversion...
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You wake up from crashed elevator on your workplace and pretty soon you realize that there's no one anywhere.
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Four survivors take up arms, and choose to battle their way through the hellish remains of New Ark City and clear the infected from the streets to guarantee...
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Lost in Hell will be a singleplayer map for Cube 2. As a Cube Character you need to get out of the Cube Earth before it explodes!
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