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Nexuiz First Person Shooter


Nexuiz first person shooter is a fast-paced 3D deathmatch game with high-end and complex graphics effects.

It is intended to be played over the Internet or over a local network.

The gameplay is deathmatch with the most excessive possible speeds and weapons, giving incredibly intense fast paced action.

Along with deathmatch, there are multiple game modes such as team deathmatch, capture the flag, domination and many mutators and weapon options like rocket arena and instagib.

The user can fight through the single player campaign, going through over 20 levels, or play online with our server browser.

Nexuiz uses DarkPlaces, a significantly modified Quake engine and is Linux native code.

Some of Darkplaces’ main features are Quake3bsp support, realtime lighting and shadowing, new particle effects, advanced menu system and Md3 model support.

Nexuiz first person shooter.

Developer: Alientrap, a game studio based out of Toronto Canada.

License: GNU/GPLv2

OS: Linux

Game version: Nexuiz Classic 2.5.2

Game modes: Singe player / Multiplayer

Size: 894MB

Features include:

  • 15 player models.
  • 9 weapons.
  • 24 official maps.
  • Over 240 community created maps.

Advanced effects such as bloom, Realtime World and Dynamic Lighting and shadowing, coronas, shaders, high dynamic range rendering, offset mapping and more.

How to install via a terminal window:

sudo apt-get install nexuiz

Press Enter,

NOTE: Tested on Acer Aspire 5750, 8GB RAM, iCore7, 128MB Video and it works great.

Additional maps for the game - Can be found here.

Developers website


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