Tag Archives: linux gaming

Automate 7 Days to Die Game Server Deployment with Ansible

7 Days to Die is an extremely fun apocalyptic zombie survival crafting game with much less emphasis on the crafting and more on survival.  It’s a cross between the good building aspects of Minecraft, with the bleak realism of Rust … Continue reading

Posted in gaming, open source, sysadmin | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Funcamp Open Source Game Servers

Recently I posted guides around playing actively maintained free/Open Source games like Enemy Territory: Legacy, or Urban Terror.  I’ve set up a few game servers for the general public in my free time and I’ll list them here along with … Continue reading

Posted in gaming, open source | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Play Enemy Territory Legacy! (Linux, Mac, Windows)

In my previous post about Enemy Territory I mentioned an active, maintained fork of this infamous Splash Damage WWII RPG-shooter from the mid-2000’s.  I found time to install, play and setup servers for Enemy Territory: Legacy – If you’re looking … Continue reading

Posted in gaming, open source | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Urban Terror: Fun, Free FPS Game

Urban Terror is a free first person shooter based on the Open Source Quake III engine that advertises itself as a “Hollywood tactical shooter.”  It’s native for Linux, Mac and Windows like Enemy Territory, but uses realistic weapons, damage models … Continue reading

Posted in gaming, open source | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Play Enemy Territory! (Linux, Mac, Windows)

Enemy Territory is a free, Open Source multi-player first-person shooter video game set during World War II. It was created in 2003 by Splash Damage and runs great on low-end hardware.  It features a well-designed class and progression system.  I’ve … Continue reading

Posted in gaming, open source | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment