We will choose ONE title to play for 3 weeks. Presently we are on Star Conflict. If you have ideas for future games you are welcome to post here. You can also contact JayVii or Synrgy87 if you have any questions about our game nights.
Game-Selection for GN #11-13
TeeWorlds is a funny platform-shooter, available for all major OSs. It includes many different game modes and maps for your enjoyment (You can even create your own maps and Skins).
Strife is an upcoming multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) video game developed by S2 Games. This is S2 Games' second MOBA game aimed for more casual player base than Heroes of Newerth, most notably incorporating various gameplay elements that focus on heavily reducing player toxicity and introducing persistent mechanics outside of the arena, including Pets and Crafting. The game uses the same graphic engine as Heroes of Newerth (K2 Engine) with some improvements on lighting and physics.
Savage 2 takes the best of the FPS, RTS, and RPG genres and blends them seamlessly into an extremely addictive and complex experience. Anyone who's seen the game in action knows that each match is full of possibilities for epic moments and amazing displays of skill and strategy. Take the reigns as your team's commander from an overhead RTS perspective with superior strategic insight -- or join them on the field from a mixed action RPG and FPS view with a wide array of powerful classes and carve your path to victory.
Urban Terror is a free multi-player first person shooter game developed by FrozenSand. Originally a total conversion of id Software's Quake III Arena, FrozenSand released Urban Terror as a free standalone game in 2007 utilizing ioquake3 as an engine. Although the ioquake3 project uses id Software's id Tech 3 engine under GPL license, Urban Terror's assets and code are closed source. The Development of this Counterstrike clone has started in August 2000, but is still updated regulary.
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