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CameronHall Apr 25
Blood is an FPS game that I really want to play. But I'm hoping to play a native Linux port, so Blood: Fresh Supply on Steam wouldn't be an option. I am aware that there are source ports like BloodCM and NBlood.

What files are required for these source ports, I wonder? It seems like I'm seeing three different versions of Blood. The DOS version, "Blood: One Unit Whole Blood", and Fresh Supply. Which of these ought to I apply to NBlood?

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Last edited by CameronHall on 6 May 2024 at 5:23 am UTC
whizse Apr 25
From what I can understand the Fresh Supply data files should work, but they converted the videos to a different format (not supported by NBlood so One Unit Whole Blood is probably the preferable choice in this case.

Steam have a pretty generous return policy, on GOG you can usually get your money back too, so you could try both versions and return the one that doesn't work!
Hamish Apr 25
If you buy Blood on you will get access to both Fresh Supply and the MS-DOS original.

One Unit: Whole Blood is just the MS-DOS release with all of the expansions included.

Last edited by Hamish on 25 April 2024 at 7:54 pm UTC
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