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OpenMW 0.13.0 Released

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Hot on the heels of 0.12.0, the OpenMW team is proud to announce the release of version 0.13.0! Release packages for Ubuntu are now available via our Launchpad PPA. Release packages for other platforms are available on our Download page. This release notably includes functional NPC dialogue, and beautiful sky!

Please note:
- On OSX, the path to the application cannot contain spaces, or the launcher will not work properly.

Changelog:
- NPC Dialogue window and mechanics implemented
- Reimplemented sky rendering, added weather effects
- Wireframe mode added
- Fix for sounds broken in 0.12.0
- Fix for 3D sounds
- Added sounds for weather, doors, containers, picking up items, and journal
- Various code cleanup and improvements
- Fixed an Ogre crash at the Dren plantation
- Several launcher improvements
- Added fade to black effect for cutscenes
- Added backend for equipping items
- Fix to stop ASCII 16 character from being added to console on its activation in OSX
- Fixed collision shapes being out of place
- Fixed torch lights not being visible past a short distance
- Fixed some transparency rendering problems

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OpenMW is an attempt to reimplement the popular role playing game Morrowind. It aims to be a fully playable, open source implementation of the game. You must own Morrowind to use OpenMW. You can watch short video-faq or read detailed information on [url=www.openmw.org]our site[/url]
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4 comments

dimko Mar 29, 2012
Wake me up when it's beta...
Liam Dawe Mar 29, 2012
I cant wait for the stable one :D
Guest Mar 29, 2012
It'll be lovely to play Morrowind natively on Linux. This and VCMI and some of my favourite games finally get a port!
Catalanoic Mar 29, 2012
awesome!!
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