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GNU Liquid War 6
Liquid War 6 is a fast-paced, unique action game. Each player controls a blob of liquid with the goal of conquering the entire map. It has 13 levels by default and over 100 more with a bonus pack; new levels can be easily created using simple image files.

It's possible to play alone against the computer but the game is really designed to be played with friends, on a single computer, on a LAN, or over the Internet. (Network play is still under active development.)

NB. an older version, LW5, is available, but is not part of the GNU Project.


Online documentation available at

Heckert gnu.small.png This is a GNU package:liquidwar6


Download version 0.6.3902 (beta)
released on 6 May 2015

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GPLv3orlaterAndrew Engelbrecht21 December 2005

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Christian Mauduit Maintainer

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Software prerequisites

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Required to use libpng
Required to use SDL
Required to use SLD_image
Required to use SDL_ttf
Required to use Guile
Required to use mesa
Required to use expat
Required to use zlib

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 7 October 2015.


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