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Applications Affected by Bug #12194

Application Name Description version Downloads
MechCommander

Real-time tactics (RTT) game based on MechWarrior/BattleTech.  Succeeded by MechCommander 2.

Supported by GameRanger.

Gold AtomicGamer
Total Annihilation

A great real-time strategy game, in 3d and using physics, that runs great, even on a netbook.

Total Annihilation was one of the first 3d real-time strategy games.  It has massive maps, compared to Starcraft for example, the units really are 3d, rather than isometric projections, which were common at the time.  There are aircraft, artillery, long-range naval weapons, super weapons, nuclear missiles, anti-nuke, ...

Even today, Total Annihilation stands out, and doesn't look dated graphically.  The music is awesome, played by a real symphony orchestra, and composed especially for the game.

There are two expansions: Core Contingency, and Battle Tactics.

Total Annihilation on Wine runs fluidly, and feels like it is running natively.

It runs just great on a netbook, even one of the old ones with a 800x480 screen, with the music, and without needing a cd player.

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Total Annihilation

A great real-time strategy game, in 3d and using physics, that runs great, even on a netbook.

Total Annihilation was one of the first 3d real-time strategy games.  It has massive maps, compared to Starcraft for example, the units really are 3d, rather than isometric projections, which were common at the time.  There are aircraft, artillery, long-range naval weapons, super weapons, nuclear missiles, anti-nuke, ...

Even today, Total Annihilation stands out, and doesn't look dated graphically.  The music is awesome, played by a real symphony orchestra, and composed especially for the game.

There are two expansions: Core Contingency, and Battle Tactics.

Total Annihilation on Wine runs fluidly, and feels like it is running natively.

It runs just great on a netbook, even one of the old ones with a 800x480 screen, with the music, and without needing a cd player.

Total Annihilation + Core Contingency + Battle Tactics + 3.1 Patch
ZDaemon

ZDaemon is a popular online Doom port, which enables users to play classic Doom and extensions thereof over the internet, with people from around the world.

ZDaemon originally began as a continuation of the csDoom project in 2000, led by Sean 'ShadowFang' White, to deal with the csDoom's abandonment by its author. In early 2003, Nightfang left the team and his successor, Raider, continued leading the project from release 1.0 and onward. Since the beginning of ZDaemon's development, it has passed through 50 different releases, from 0.8 to 1.08.05, with a wide variety of improvements throughout. ZDaemon has the most refined networking code of any Doom port written to date.

1.08.* (client)