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en:games:openxcom [2020-05-01-14-47]
7saturn [Savegame Information]
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 ====== OpenXcom ====== ====== OpenXcom ======
 {{page>:games:images:OpenXcom&noeditbutton&nofooter}} {{page>:games:images:OpenXcom&noeditbutton&nofooter}}
-===== Infos =====+===== Info ===== 
 +<block classes right info> 
 +**Multiplayer Information** 
 +  * Internet play: no 
 +  * LAN play: no 
 +  * Lobby search: no 
 +  * Direct IP: no 
 +  * Play via [[GameRanger]]: no 
 +  * [[Coop]]: no 
 +  * Singleplayer campaign: yes 
 +  * Hotseat: no 
 +</block>
 OpenXCom is basically nothing else than [[X-COM UFO defense]] and [[Terror from the Deep]] reverse-engineered. However, the game depends on the original media data (sounds, textures, maps, etc...), so you still need the original. You can still find it at [[https://www.gog.com/game/xcom_ufo_defense|GOG]] and [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/7760|Steam]]. However, since the original practically doesn't run on the current systems anymore, you can easily get over it. But the fact that the game is also available for Linux is really cool. OpenXCom is basically nothing else than [[X-COM UFO defense]] and [[Terror from the Deep]] reverse-engineered. However, the game depends on the original media data (sounds, textures, maps, etc...), so you still need the original. You can still find it at [[https://www.gog.com/game/xcom_ufo_defense|GOG]] and [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/7760|Steam]]. However, since the original practically doesn't run on the current systems anymore, you can easily get over it. But the fact that the game is also available for Linux is really cool.
  
en/games/openxcom.txt · Last modified: 2020-05-01-15-54 by 7saturn