Unvanquished Alpha 34 Brings Fixes, Still Being Ported To PNaCl
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 8 December 2014 at 09:18 AM EST. 2 Comments
LINUX GAMING --
The last monthly alpha release is out for the year of the popular Unvanquished open-source first person shooter game.

Unvanquished Alpha 34 isn't particularly exciting with the developers focusing the past month on bug fixes and code clean-ups. Under the hood, they remain hard at work on porting the game logic from QVMs to Portable Native Clent (PNaCl). The porting to PNaCl is part of the Unvanquished team's work at modernizing and improving their Quake 3 engine code-base. They've already converted the code to C++11 and made countless visual improvements to its "Daemon" engine while their next challenge is in QVM to PNaCl conversion.

More details on today's Unvanquished Alpha 34 release can be found via Unvanquished.net.
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