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Alien Arena 2011 Game Released

Gaming

Published on 16 December 2010 09:18 AM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming
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Last weekend we reported that Alien Arena 2011 was coming this week, and over the night it has in fact arrived. Alien Arena 2011 brings rag-doll physics using the Open Dynamics Physics Engine, two new maps, updated player models and skins, faster particle rendering, new in-game music, updated/improved shaders, and many other key improvements.

Alien Arena 2011 can be downloaded from their Icculus project page.

The Alien Arena 2011 trailer is embedded below.


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