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Quadball

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An intense team-oriented tank shooter game.

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Quadball is a 2D strategy/tactics shooter game where the aim is teamwork and tactical decisions. You play as a triangular tank in a world with manifold items and structures. There are many game modes to play in, each offering a different experience. Each battle is different because you never know what tactical decisions your enemy makes, or what your team is up to. Especially the multiplayer will offer tactical highlights in the game experience.
The game utilizes the CEngine, which runs on Windows and Linux operating systems using OpenGL and native window systems. The CEngine is written in C/C++ from scratch.
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*** Latest version ***
0.2

*** Upcoming release(s) ***
Win64 package

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Features

  • Team as well as solo gameplay
  • Several varied game modes
  • Focus on tactics and strategy
  • Create your own maps with the editor
  • Online multiplayer and offline singleplayer
  • Cross-platform
  • Written in C/C++ from scratch, reducing the need for 3rd party libraries

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  • lucasedwards
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    Very easy to use quadball

    Posted 12/27/2012
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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, End Users/Desktop, Other Audience

User Interface

OpenGL

Programming Language

C++, C

Registered

2012-09-02
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