Sauerbraten-Forked Tesseract Makes Its Initial Release
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming on 12 May 2014 at 12:57 PM EDT. 4 Comments
Tesseract is a open-source game project we covered when the project was in its infancy back in early 2012 as a very interesting fork of Cube 2 / Sauerbraten.

Over the past two years Tesseract has been under heavy development. In that time, Tesseract has become much more visually advanced compared to Sauerbraten and has been working on features like OpenGL 3 and Occulus Rift support.

After two years of hard work by two developers, the first official Tesseract release has finally shipped! You can see the brief release announcement via this forum post at Tesseract.gg. I've also been in contact with the lead developer and there is benchmark capabilities.
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