Blood Frontier: The Latest Open-Source FPS

Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 1 February 2009. Page 2 of 2. 49 Comments

The game modes include lobby, editing, death-match, secure the flag, and capture the flag. The mutators in Blood Frontier Beta 1 RC1 were multi-sided, team play, instagib, duel, last man standing, and paintball.

Among the available graphics detail options were for shaders, water reflection/refraction, shadow quality, grass quality, dynamic lighting, soft particles, water/lava vertex animation, glass reflection, decals, texture quality, and model quality.

More information on this game is available at BloodFrontier.com.

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