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|Component programs=xonotic, xonotic-dedicated, xonotic-sdl
|Component programs=xonotic, xonotic-dedicated, xonotic-sdl
|VCS checkout command=git clone git://
|VCS checkout command=git clone git://
|Computer languages=QuakeC
|IRC general=irc://
|IRC general=irc://
|Related projects=Freedoom
|Version identifier=0.7.0
|Version identifier=0.7.0
|Version date=2013/06/08
|Version date=2013/06/08
|Version status=beta
|Version status=stable
|Version download=
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Xonotic is a fast-paced Quake-like first-person shooter game for GNU and other operating systems. It combines addictive, arena-style gameplay with rapid movement and a wide array of weapons.

Xonotic is a direct successor of the Nexuiz project. It represents years of development from its humble beginnings as a Quake 1 engine modification, and now aims to be the best possible free software first person shooter available.

"IRC irc:// " IRC general channel


Download version 0.7.0 (stable)
released on 8 June 2013

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GPLv2orlaterBencook22 November 2013
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GPLv3orlaterBencook22 November 2013
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