First-person shooter games

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1st-person-shooter.png

You walk around the world and shoot things. The game is played from the first-person perspective (from the eyes of the shooter).

List of First-person shooter games[edit]

This is a list of free/libre first-person shooter games:



Game Screenshot Last Release Genres Description
BZFlag Bzflag red base shots.png 2022-03-08 Online Multiplayer FPS
BZFlag
Bzflag red base shots.png
BZFlag
GenreOnline Multiplayer FPS
Latest release2.4.24  (Announcement)
Release dateMarch 8th, 2022
Code licenseLGPL
Media licenseLGPL
P. languageC++
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BZFlag is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.
Available as a package in:  
Slackware logo.svg Slackware: bzflag 
Archlinux-icon-crystal-64.svg Arch AUR: bzflag 
Openlogo-debianV2.svg Debian: bzflag 
Fedora logo.svg Fedora: bzflag  
Gentoo Linux logo matte.svg Gentoo: games-action/bzflag 
UbuntuCoF.svg Ubuntu: bzflag 
OpenSUSE Logo.svg OpenSUSE: bzflag 
Mageia logo small.jpg Mageia: bzflag 
Flatpak logo.png Flatpak: org.bzflag.BZFlag 
Snapcraft-logo.svg Snap: bzflag 
24px FreeBSD: bzflag

BZFlag, short for Battle Zone capture the Flag, is an online first-person shooter game. The code and media is licensed under the LGPL 2.1, with pieces of code and fonts being under other free licenses.[1] Originally written by Chris Schoeneman, it is now maintained by Tim Riker. The game is written in the C++ programming language. Earlier versions were written in C.

Balder3D Balder3D.png 2003-10-26 FPS
Balder3D
Balder3D.png
Balder3D Screenshot
GenreFPS
Latest release0.20[2]
Release dateOct. 26th, 2003
DeveloperBjørn Hansen
Code licenseGPL
EnginesCrystal Space, Game Networking Engine
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Balder3D is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Balder3D is a GPL zero-gravity first-person shooter game created by Bjørn Hansen.

Black Shades Elite Blackshadeselite screenshot4.jpg FPS
Black Shades Elite
Blackshadeselite screenshot4.jpg
GenreFPS
Code licenseGPL version 2.0
Media licenseGPL version 2.0
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Black Shades Elite is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Black Shades Elite is a fork of the game Black Shades, originally written by David Rosen and ported to linux by icculus.org. It is licensed under GPLv2 or later.[3]

Arena of Honour Aoh.jpg 2005-01-11 FPS
First-person shooter games
Aoh.jpg
Arena of Honour 0.83
GenreFPS
Latest release0.83
Release dateJanuary 11th, 2005
DevelopersArtur Hallmann, Nils Keller[4]
Code licenseGPL
P. languageC++
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First-person shooter games is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Arena of Honour is a multiplayer first-person shooter game written by Artur hallman and Nils Keller. The latest release of the game is version .83 on January 11, 2005. [5] It is written in the C++ programming language.

Tremfusion Creepy champion or tremfusion.jpg 2009-06-05 FPS
First-person shooter games
Creepy champion or tremfusion.jpg
GenreFPS
Latest release0.99r2
Release dateJune 5th, 2009
Code licenseGPL
Engineioquake3
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First-person shooter games is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Tremfusion is a FPS game that is the fork of Tremulous. The latest version of the game is 0.99r2 released on June 5th, 2009.[6] The source code is licensed under the GPL.[7]

There is a page in the project’s wiki with the goal of summarizing and tracking the licenses of the content used in Tremulous, and then replacing the non-free content with free content.[8]

OpenArena OpenArena-Rocket.jpg 2012-02-20 FPS
OpenArena
OpenArena-Rocket.jpg
GenreFPS
Latest release0.8.8  (Announcement)
Release dateFebruary 20th, 2012
DeveloperOpenArena team
Code licenseGPL version 2.0
Media licenseGPL version 2.0[9]
Engineioquake3
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OpenArena is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.
Available as a package in:  
Slackware logo.svg Slackware: openarena 
Openlogo-debianV2.svg Debian: openarena 
Fedora logo.svg Fedora: openarena  
UbuntuCoF.svg Ubuntu: openarena 
OpenSUSE Logo.svg OpenSUSE: openarena 
Mageia logo small.jpg Mageia: openarena 
Flatpak logo.png Flatpak: ws.openarena.OpenArena 
24px FreeBSD: openarena


OpenArena is a FPS game intended to be a free replacement for the proprietary Quake III Arena. Both the media and the game are licensed under the GPLv2.[10][11]. The OpenArena project was established on August 19, 2005, the day after the id Tech 3 GPL source code release. A "mission pack" add-on is also planned, to take advantage of the GPL'd Quake III: Team Arena source code.

Freedoom Freedoom2018.png 2019-10-22 FPS
Freedoom
Freedoom2018.png
Freedoom
GenreFPS
Latest release0.12.1  (Announcement)
Release dateOctober 22nd, 2019
Code licenseGPL
Media licenseModified BSD License
EngineDoom
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Freedoom is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.
Available as a package in:  
Archlinux-icon-crystal-64.svg Arch AUR: freedoom  
OpenSUSE Logo.svg OpenSUSE: freedoom

Freedoom is a project aimed to create complete and free Doom and Doom II IWAD files, as Phase One and Phase Two, both of which contains complete replacement game media. Combined with the GPLed Doom Source (such as PrBoom or GZDoom), this makes a completely free (as in speech) game. Freedoom's data is licensed under the Modified BSD License.[12]

Adanaxis Adanaxis 1.2.5 level 4.png 2020-10-03 A single-player 4D first person shooter in outer space
Adanaxis
Adanaxis 1.2.5 level 4.png
Adanaxis 1.2.5, level 4 (low detail). Note the transparency levels and colorful dot angles.
GenreA single-player 4D first person shooter in outer space
Latest release1.5.14  (Announcement)
Release dateOctober 3rd, 2020
DeveloperMushware Limited (Andy Southgate)
Code licensesGPLv2; an irrelevant non-free file in the commercial version ($18.95)
Media licensesGPLv2; non-free files in the commercial version
P. languagesC++
LibrariesGLUT
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Adanaxis is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Adanaxis is a deep space first-person shooter game in four spatial dimensions, written by Andy Southgate. The latest version of the game is 1.5.14, released on October 3, 2020. It is written in the C++ programming language using the GLUT library.

Xonotic Xonotic.jpg 2017-04-01 First‐person shooter Online Multiplayer
Xonotic
Xonotic.jpg
GenreFirst‐person shooter Online Multiplayer
Latest release0.8.2  (Announcement)
Release dateApr 1st, 2017
DevelopersTeam Xonotic
Code licenseGPLv3
Media licenseGPLv3[13]
EngineDarkplaces
P. languagesQuakeC, C
LibrariesOpenGL, SDL, LibOGG, LibTheora, LibVorbis
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Xonotic is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.
Available as a package in:  
Archlinux-icon-crystal-64.svg Arch: xonotic
 
OpenSUSE Logo.svg OpenSUSE: xonotic


Xonotic is an first-person arena shooter, forked from Nexuiz. The game runs on the Darkplaces engine, based on Quake 1's engine. Gameplay is also based on Quake (mainly the competitive Quake III Arena), but Xonotic adds some unique touches (for example, the rockets fired from a rocket launcher can be guided with mouse). The gameplay is very fast-paced, and includes and encourages a form of bunny hopping as well as rocket jumping (in Xonotic "laser jumping" is more common). The art is mostly futuristic, but unofficial maps exist in a variety of styles.

There are 16 different game modes (including the classics: deathmatch, team deathmatch and capture the flag, but including uncommon ones such as a type of football[14]), 16 weapons with secondary fires, 18 official maps (and a lot of unofficial maps), and a complex HUD editor that lets you tailor the HUD to your exact preference. There are also so called mutators, that allow to slightly modify rules of each game mode.

Xonotic features integrated player statistics. The XonStat system tracks a bunch of stats, including win/loss ratio, frag ratio and average accuracy[15].

Nexuiz Nexuiz252.jpg 1st October 2009 First person shooter
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First-person shooter games
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Nexuiz v2.5.2
GenreFirst person shooter
Latest release2.5.2
Release date1st October 2009
DevelopersForest Hale, Lee Vermeulen
Code licenseGPL
Media licenseGPL
EngineDarkPlaces
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First-person shooter games is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

NOTE: This article refers to the original libre game “Nexuiz” created by AlienTrap from 2005. There's also a proprietary game called “Nexuiz” by IllFonic. This article is concerned with the libre game.

Nexuiz (also called “Nexuiz Classic” for disambiguation) by AlienTrap is a multiplayer 3d first person arena shooter, based on Forest Hale's DarkPlaces engine.

Blasphemer Blasphemer.png 2021-09-05 FPS
Blasphemer
Blasphemer.png
GenresFPS
Latest release0.1.7  (Announcement)
Release dateSeptember 05, 2021
DevelopersG. Wessner, Jute Gyte
Code licenseGPL
Media license3-clause BSD
EngineHeretic-based (vavoom, Chocolate Doom, etc)
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Blasphemer is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Blasphemer is an FPS project whose initial goal is to serve as a Free data package for engines based on the GPLed Heretic source. The IWAD data is released under a 3-clause BSD license. Its theme is dark fantasy with inspirations from metal music and horror.

Zauberer Zauberer-Logo.png FPS
Zauberer
Zauberer-Logo.png
Zauberer Logo
GenreFPS
DeveloperEric Söderberg
Code licenseGPL
Media licenseISC license
EngineHexen-based (vavoom, Chocolate Doom, etc)
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Zauberer is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Zauberer (German for "magician") is an FPS project whose initial goal is to serve as a Free data package for engines based on the GPLed Hexen source. The IWAD data is released under the ISC license, a variant of the 3-clause BSD license.

Eric Söderberg aka "Cire" is the project maintainer.

Uebergame Uebergame Gameplay.png 2018-12-14 First‐person shooter
Uebergame
Uebergame Gameplay.png
GenreFirst‐person shooter
Latest release1.1.2.0  (Announcement)
Release dateDec 14, 2018
PlatformsWindows, Linux
DeveloperDuion
Code licenseMIT[16]
Media licenseCC0[17]
EngineTorque3D
P. languageC++, TorqueScript
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Uebergame is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.
the game logo

Uebergame (or Übergame from german über meaning above) is a realistic shooter with modern graphics. It's goal is to provide a modern up to date, libre gaming platform for basic multiplayer shooter gameplay types, like deathmatch, team deathmatch, capture the flag etc taking part in different scenarios.

The source code is licensed under the MIT license and the media assets are licensed under CC0 and MIT license license. The MIT licensed assets are derived from open sourced projects from garagegames, so they cannot be relicensed to CC0, but all other assets that get added are strictly under CC0 license.

Uebergame's game logic is written in TorqueScript. The engine is a modified version of the MIT-licensed Torque3D game engine, which is written in C++.

Red Eclipse Redeclipse.jpg 2019-12-19 First‐person shooter
Red Eclipse
Redeclipse.jpg
Red Eclipse
GenreFirst‐person shooter
Latest release2.0.0  (Announcement)
Release dateDecember 19th, 2019
Code licensezlib[18]
Media licenseCC BY-SA 3.0[19]
EngineSauerbraten
P. language C++
LibraryOpenGL
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Red Eclipse is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.
in-game map editor

Red Eclipse is a total conversion of Cube 2, featuring entirely free art under CC BY-SA 3.0 or a compatible license. It features many modes like deathmatch, free-for-all, and capture-the-flag. The game has a sci-fi theme and has gameplay similar to Quake-based arena games, with the notable omission of pickups. The game uses OpenGL.

In the past there was a possibility of the game going commercial, so some files were labelled Omitted to default to the included license. It was decided that the default license will be CC BY-SA, so from then on Red Eclipse is completely libre [20] and is now included in Debian main.

Red Eclipse has been converted to the much more advanced Tesseract engine. Tesseract adds features such as dynamic lighting, improved mapmodel support, improved specular and normal map rendering, support for day/night versions, and more. An introduction to Tesseract's features can be found at its website.

Open Quartz Open-Quartz.jpg 2004-08-01
Open Quartz
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Latest release2004.08.01
Release dateAugust 1st, 2004
Code licenseGPL
Media licenseGPL
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Open Quartz is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Open Quartz is an implementation of the released Quake source, which includes data also under the GNU General Public License. The latest version of Open Quartz is 2004.08.01. This version features one level in single player, featuring difficulty selection portals and then a battle with tree monsters in a wide outdoor arena; multi-player map options are more extensive, with the option to add computer controlled bots.

Terminal Overload TOL 0.3.1 gameplay.png 2015-05-26 First‐person shooter
Terminal Overload
TOL 0.3.1 gameplay.png
Gameplay on a custom map in TOL 0.3.1, without the HUD.
GenreFirst‐person shooter
Latest release0.7.0  (Announcement)
Release dateMay 26th, 2015
PlatformsWindows, Linux (experimental)
DeveloperMichael "fr1tz" Goldener
Code licenseMIT[21]
Media licenseCC-BY 4.0[21]
EngineTorque3D
P. languageC++, TorqueScript
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Terminal Overload is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Terminal Overload (abbreviated TOL) is an experimental online multiplayer first-person shooter game. It is the free and open-source spiritual successor to Revenge Of The Cats: Ethernet[22] and is currently in an early stage of development.

The source code is licensed under the MIT license and all media assets are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.

TOL's game logic is written in TorqueScript. The engine is a modified version of the MIT-licensed Torque3D game engine, which is written in C++.

Openfrag OpenFrag.jpg 2008-05-20 FPS
Openfrag
OpenFrag.jpg
Openfrag
GenreFPS
Latest release0.5
Release dateMay 20th, 2008
Code licenseGPLv2
P. languageC++, Lua
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Openfrag is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Openfrag is a GPL medieval-themed open-source FPS currently in development written in C++ and Lua.[23][24]The latest version of the game is the Demo 0.5 released on May 20th, 2008.[25] Several Openfrag developers, and the Openfrag leader, have announced that they would be leaving the Openfrag project,[26] however, the leader of the Bullets Project has said that the latter would like to continue the Openfrag Project.[26]

Chaos Esque Anthology ChaosEsqueAnthology.jpg 2022-01-03 1st person shooter
Chaos Esque Anthology
ChaosEsqueAnthology.jpg
Chaos Esque Anthology
Genre1st person shooter
Latest releaseRel_117zzzzzzzv_____  (Announcement)
Release dateJan 03th, 2022
Code licenseGPL[27]
Media licensemixed: GPL, CC-BY
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Chaos Esque Anthology is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Chaos Esque Anthology is a first-person shooter forked of Xonotic, it includes new features such as extended number of weapons (including medieval weapons), new maps, vehicles, spellcasting, monsters, player characters, textures and game modes.

Tremulous Tremulous - human base goons.jpg 2006-03-31 FPS
First-person shooter games
Tremulous - human base goons.jpg
GenreFPS
Latest release1.1
Release dateMarch 31st, 2006
Code licenseGPL
Media licenseCC BY-SA 2.5[28]
Engineioquake3
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First-person shooter games is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.
Available as a package in:  
Archlinux-icon-crystal-64.svg Arch AUR: tremulous 
Fedora logo.svg Fedora: tremulous  
OpenSUSE Logo.svg OpenSUSE: tremulous 
Mageia logo small.jpg Mageia: tremulous 
Flatpak logo.png Flatpak: com.grangerhub.Tremulous 
24px FreeBSD: tremulous

Tremulous is a multiplayer first-person shooter licensed under the GPL. It's media is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license version 2.5.[29]

Tremulous uses the ioquake3 engine which is based upon id Tech 3. The latest version of Tremulous is 1.1 and was released on March 31th, 2006.[30]

IMaze IMaze.png 2001-12-10 FPS
iMaze
IMaze.png
iMaze
GenreFPS
Latest release1.4
Release dateDecember 10, 2001
DeveloperHans-Ulrich Kiel and Joerg Czeranski
Code licenseBSD license
Media licenseBSD license
P. languageC
LibraryX11
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iMaze is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

iMaze is a multiplayer first-person shooter first released on May 27, 1994 as a clone of the proprietary game MIDI Maze for the Atari ST. Built directly atop X11, it was last updated in 2001 and is under the original four-clause BSD license.[31] It also has optional bots called Ninjas.

Potato Killer Potato-Killer.png 2011-06-29 FPS
Potato Killer
Potato-Killer.png
Potato Killer
GenreFPS
Latest release1.0
Release dateJune 29, 2011
DeveloperVitaliy "kuviman" Kudasov
Code licenseGNU General Public License 3[32]
Media licenseGNU General Public License 3
P. languagePython 2.6
LibraryPyOpenGL, pygame
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Potato Killer is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Potato Killer (also styled as PotatoKiller) is a single player swarm-based first-person shooter where the player uses throwing knives to fend off hoards of killer potatoes. The objective is to last long enough to set a new high score. It is part of Vitaliy "kuviman" Kudasov's Sampleman series of games.

DUGA DUGA.png 2018-08-25 FPS
DUGA
DUGA.png
DUGA
GenreFPS
Latest release1.0
Release dateAugust 25th, 2018
DeveloperMaxwell Salmon
Code licenseMozilla Public License 2.0
Media licenseMozilla Public License (graphics), Creative Commons Attribution (sounds)
P. languagePython 3
Librarypygame
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DUGA is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

DUGA is a procedurally generated first-person shooter based on a raycasting engine (similar to Wolfenstein 3D) built with pygame. It is available on itch.io under a pay what you want model, with the source code accessible on GitHub. It was first released as a three level tech demo on December 10, 2017, followed by a 1.0 release on August 25, 2018 which featured procedural levels as well as a level editor. It only has binaries for Windows and macOS, but can be ran from source on other systems supported by Python.

Yet Another Doom Clone YADC.png 2019-09-13 FPS
Yet Another Doom Clone
YADC.png
Yet Another Doom Clone
GenreFPS
Release dateSeptember 3, 2019
DeveloperNicholas Carlini
Code licenseGNU General Public License 3
Media licenseGNU General Public License 3
P. languageJavaScript
LibraryWebGL
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Yet Another Doom Clone is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Yet Another Doom Clone is a minimalist first-person shooter written in 13k of JavaScript using WebGL.

Anarch Anarch.png 2021-02-22 FPS
Anarch
Anarch.png
Anarch
GenreFPS
Latest release1.02  (Announcement)
Release dateFeb 22, 2021
DeveloperDrummyfish
Code licenseCC0
Media licenseCC0
Engineraycastlib
P. languageC
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Anarch is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Anarch is a completely public domain, free software, suckless 90s-style anarcho-pacifist Doom-like libre game. It was created by drummyfish, completely from scratch. The game's aim is to experiment with a different game development philosophy.

Awkaster Awkaster.png 2017-7-23 FPS
Awkaster
Awkaster.png
Awkaster
GenreFPS
Latest release43826af
Release dateJuly 23, 2017
DeveloperFedor 'TheMozg' Kalugin
Code licenseMIT license
Media licenseMIT license
P. languageAWK
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Awkaster is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.


Awkaster is a text-mode raycaster written in the AWK scripting language. It features a turn-based first-person shooter game where the player defends themselves from red balls while seeking an elevator to escape the maze which generates after 1000 moves.

Unvanquished Unvanquished-perseus mantis.jpg 2021-06-20 FPS, RTS
Unvanquished
Unvanquished-perseus mantis.jpg
Mantis alien on Perseus map
GenreFPS, RTS
Latest release0.52.1  (Announcement)
Release dateJune 20th, 2021
PlatformsLinux, Windows, Mac
Code licenseGPL
Media licensesvarious licences (MIT, CC-0, CC-By 3.0, CC-By-Sa 3.0) https://wiki.unvanquished.net/wiki/Asset_Licenses
EngineDæmon
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Unvanquished is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.
Available as a package in:  
Archlinux-icon-crystal-64.svg Arch AUR: unvanquished  
Flatpak logo.png Flatpak: net.unvanquished.Unvanquished


Unvanquished, fork of Tremulous, is a multiplayer first-person shooter licensed under the GPL.

Unvanquished uses the Dæmon engine which is based upon id Tech 3. The latest version of Unvanquished is 0.52.0 and was released on May 14th, 2021.[33]

Warfork no image 2021-07-26 First-person shooter games
Warfork
GenreFirst-person shooter games
Latest releaseUnnumbered  (Announcement)
Release dateJuly 26th, 2021
PlatformsWindows, Mac, Linux
Code licenseGPLv2[34]
Media licenseCC0, CC-BY-SA[34][35][36]
Engineqfusion
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Warfork is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Warfork is a fork of Warsow with (optionally) Free assets and code.

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SF Mech Simulator Sfmechsim.png 2021-10-17 FPS
SF Mech Simulator
Sfmechsim.png
GenreFPS
Latest release1.0.0  (Announcement)
Release dateOctober 17th, 2021
PlatformsMac, Windows, Linux
DeveloperDroog71
Code licenseGPLv3[37]
Media licensesCC-BY, CC0[38]
P. languageC++
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SF Mech Simulator is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

SF Mech Simulator is a pseudo-3D first-person mech combat game.[39] Fight other mechs, repair and upgrade between battles.[38]

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Quetoo Quetoo-Screenshot.jpg 2021-04-08 FPS
Ouetoo
Quetoo-Screenshot.jpg
GenreFPS
Latest release0.1.0
Release dateApril 8, 2021
DeveloperQuetoo
Code licenseGPL version 2.0
Media licenseCC BY-SA 4.0
Engineid Tech 2
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Ouetoo is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.
Available as a package in:  
Flatpak logo.png Flatpak: org.quetoo.Quetoo 
24px FreeBSD: quetoo


Quetoo is a first-person shooter deathmatch game based on the id Tech 2 engine. Formerly known as Quake2World, it is meant to provide a modern free software equivalent to the multiplayer gameplay of Quake II. It is currently multiplayer only and does not feature computer controlled bots. The project also hosts a compatible source port for the original Quake II game data, forked from Quake2Forge.



  1. BZFlag's copyright file at Debian Packages
  2. http://balder.sourceforge.net/
  3. Gna1 project page
  4. From Arena of Honour's credits.txt file
  5. Arena Of Honour's download page hosted by sourceforge.net
  6. Blog post on 0.99 release
  7. Licensing for source code section
  8. License of all contents (acc. 2009-05-23)
  9. https://metadata.ftp-master.debian.org/changelogs/main/o/openarena-085-data/openarena-085-data_0.8.5split-9_copyright
  10. Openarea's copyright file at Debian packages
  11. Openarena-data's copyright file at Debian packages
  12. Freedoom about page
  13. https://gitlab.com/xonotic/xonotic/blob/master/COPYING#L10
  14. http://xonotic.wikia.com/wiki/Game_Types
  15. Xonotic features.
  16. https://github.com/Duion/Uebergame
  17. https://github.com/Duion/Uebergame/tree/master/scripts/gui/credits
  18. copyright for redeclipse on Debian
  19. copyright for redeclipse-data on Debian
  20. License details from the Red Eclipse wiki
  21. 21.0 21.1 COPYING file in the source repository
  22. http://terminal-overload.org/faq/
  23. Copying file in Openfrag SVN
  24. Openfrag's sourceforge project page
  25. Sourceforge.net download page for the Openfrag project
  26. 26.0 26.1 [1]
  27. COPYING
  28. https://github.com/darklegion/tremulous/blob/master/COPYING
  29. Tremulous' COPYING file - from its svn tree
  30. Tremulous download page at SourceForge.net
  31. iMaze - Copyright
  32. kuviman projects
  33. [2] at unvanquished.net
  34. 34.0 34.1 https://github.com/TeamForbiddenLLC/warfork-qfusion/blob/master/LICENSE.txt
  35. While the Steam version uses non-Free assets, it is possible to use the Free sound repository instead.
  36. https://github.com/TeamForbiddenLLC/warfork-free-textures
  37. LICENSE file in repository.
  38. 38.0 38.1 https://droog71.itch.io/sf-mech-simulator
  39. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agS5_7OrFtg