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Saturday, June 1st 2002
The FreeCraft Project
03:19 PM
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Lutz Sammer sent along the following news about the recent stable release of FreeCraft:

"FreeCraft is a free cross-platform real-time strategy gaming engine. It is possible to play against human opponents over LAN, internet, or against the computer. The engine can be used to build RTS games like C&C, WarCraft, StarCraft or AOE. It successfully runs under Linux, BSD, BeOS, MacOS/X, MacOS/Darwin and MS Windows. Since FreeCraft only provides the engine, you need either the FcMP (FreeCraft Media Project) or the original wc2 game (normal or expansion CD), so FreeCraft can extract the necessary files.

After two years of active development here is the long awaited stable release 1.17."

For details and downloads, visit here.
 
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