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Old 04-24-2011, 03:20 PM   #1
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LXer: Vertigo: New Free and Open Source Fun Arcade Game for Linux Based on Ogre 3D Engine


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Vertigo is a new fun arcade game for Linux which is based on Ogre3D and BulletPhysics Engine. The game is completely free, open source and cross platform. You are a probe and your mission is to maneuver your way to the other end of the warp tunnel. Your probe is set with 2 shields to protect from fire and ice drones, but only 1 shield is active at a time. You have to flip shields in time to protect yourself, and you can possibly move left and right to avoid some obstacles. It's a pure reflex game, so be quick. Coupled with awesome music score, you will quickly get lost into and want more of it. There is nothing too serious about this game. Just pure fun for quick time pass.

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