Download Unvanquished Game
Hello everyone, you can now download Unvanquished for Ubuntu, before you do that, how are you all doing today? I hope you are all having a great Saturday thus far. My Saturday is going just fine, I am just here relaxing listening to some music on YouTube. I don’t feel like going anywhere today, one of those lazy Saturday’s where I just want to be at home and listen to music and work. Yeah, weird right, I am actually in the mood to work on a Saturday so that’s what I will do, expect more articles tonight! Lol anyway, please read on…
Today we showcase a sweet first-person strategy shooter with a focus on strategy. Trust me, it’s pretty awesome. Not to mention that this game has amazing graphics too. The game is called is Unvanquished, it is still in Beta or Alpha but don’t let that scare you, the game is ready to play and thousands of players already play it online. Let’s find out more about Unvanquished and why it is one of the best free first person shooter games for Ubuntu and Linux Mint.
What Is Unvanquished About?
Unvanquished is a fork of Tremulous, powered by the Daemon engine. It is a free, open-source first-person strategy shooter, pitting technologically advanced human soldiers against hordes of highly adaptable aliens.
Players can choose from either team, providing for an entirely different experience on both sides, as humans focus on long-range firepower while aliens rely instead on quick movement and stealth.
The goal of each match is to destroy the enemy base, preventing members of the opposing team from spawning. Upgrades for both teams are earned by a combination of individual performance and team map control, unlocking access to more powerful weapons and equipment for the humans, and larger, more ferocious forms for the aliens.
Install Unvanquished on Ubuntu
Unvanquished Gameplay Screenshot
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