This Mod is the same Mod as listed here'
For more downloads, screenshots, and more'
It is now also released as a Standalone game'
This Mod is based on WII' There are Two teams' buy picking with many classes you can help save the world from the Axis or try and stop the Allies from advancing'
Ingame Videos : Ddaydev.com
Map Downloads : Files.ddaynormandy.com
Game Forum : Ddaydev.com
D-Day: Normandy is a World War 2 action shooting game created by Vipersoft and improved by other volunteers'
D-Day: Normandy is based upon the Quake2 engine, but includes new maps, player models, and a whole new style of game play'
D-Day: Normandy is a team-based game where Allies (USA/British/Russians/Polish) battle against the enemy Axis (German and Japanese) on different maps set across the world with different climates and different terrains'
D-Day can only be played with an Internet connection' Any computer made since the year 2000 should be able to play D-Day well' You do not require an advanced 3-D graphics card'
Teams win a game after either'''
Collecting enough points (from taking or destroying objectives)
Killing enough enemy troops
The amount of points or kills to win a game depends on which map (level) you are playing'
All maps all have their own objective screen like shown here:
The most basic distribution of D-Day comes with 5 official maps, but since D-Day was released, hundreds of new maps have been made and released by the D-Day community' Besides independent single maps and campaigns, campaigns have been released with the expansion packs that allow players to simulate soldiers of additional nations'
For more information and downloads Visit the DDC at
-Quick Download Links-
For big files, I recommend using Getright' Its used incase a download stops for any reason you wont have to redownload' Get Getright here'''
The development of the game is in standby, and all links on ddaydev now are down. But I think that this game is yet a good game, because it have yet players who play it.
So, me, who is a linux user, think that it should be cool to have a release reday to work on linux. And after some searchs, I found q2pro, who is a good client, easy to compil, and easy to modify.
So I take the source code from dirk, I put it on github and I build my own release.
- Last game source published (dirctly from dirk server)
- This release work on windows and linux.
- use q2pro
- Support MD3 models (without egl)
- Support jpg and png texture (without egl)
- Create automaticly a server list from q2servers.com (now, you don't need to update your server list yourself, and normaly, it should find server in local)
- New menu for keybinding (now, you don't need to modify your configuration with a text editor, you can do it directly in the game)
I created to an other project on GitHub, for build a pack with all maps and missing textures.
So in futur, I will certainly create an other project on github for centralise in the high resproject, and maybe integrate it in my release.
If you want to do something for help the game, but you don't know what to do, read this
If there is not players on servers and you look for guys to play join this facebook group
If you just like this game, or that you want to know when we do some events, pleaze, like this facebook page
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This is the New Full install of DDay Normandy 5.0. It now has a working in game server browser,Easy playable offline bot games, and easier user friendly...
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Highest Rated (5 agree) 8/10
Old games, old graphics. One of the main reasons that most games go down at a certain point, same goes for D-Day Normandy. It was the first decent full 3D game based on WWII, so the graphics are comparable to 1996 3D games, obviously because the engine barely changed since then. The audio is quite decent, nothing much to complain here. As the game is mainly played online, there’s a certain need of players being online at any moment of the day. Since the community is as old as 11 years by now…
Jan 30 2011 by JoeyBelgier