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Resurrect ROTC: Ethernet As Open-Source Project - One Week Left!

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Revenge Of The Cats: Ethernet is a free experimental online multiplayer FPS with unique gameplay: Alternate between the pure energy "ether form" and the physical manifestation called "CAT". Capture territory and defeat enemies using a multitude of weapons, grenades, and target-seeking discs that can be deflected and steered around corners.

The IndieGoGo crowdfunding campaign to resurrect the game as a proper open-source project by re-creating it with a modern cross-platform engine already raised over $1000! Only $492 are missing right now, and with just one week left, the creator of the game would like to encourage everyone to spread the word about the campaign, so that Revenge Of The Cats: Ethernet can join the ranks of open-source linux games.

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manny 25 Jan, 2014
looking cool. foss games are getting better and many times can't even be told apart from some commercial indie games.
FutureSuture 31 Jan, 2014
Looks interesting. I dropped it 25$. I'll have to watch that video again, however, as there are a lot of new game mechanics that I am not used to in a first person shooter.
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