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Voxeliens, a game I covered back in 2012 has gone open source

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Voxeliens [Official Site], a game I haven't seen much on since I wrote about it back in 2012 has officially gone open source a few days ago. It's a retro-style arcade shooter and it's essentially a 3D voxel-based version of Space Invaders.

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The source is under the MIT license and hosted on bitbucket. The developers say it may be difficult to compile on Linux, as it was originally a commercial game and they haven't really put much effort into compiling it on other platforms.

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FireBurn Jan 5, 2017
It'll probably need porting to Qt5 and SDL 2 (from Qt4 and SDL 1.2) looks fun though and it isn't a big download
Saladien Jan 6, 2017
Quoting: FireBurnIt'll probably need porting to Qt5 and SDL 2 (from Qt4 and SDL 1.2) looks fun though and it isn't a big download
Just me asking dumb questions. But what would happen if it would not be ported? :)
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