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Nexuiz v1.2 Screenshots

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A new patch for the opensource 1st-person shooter is available. Most important changes for the 1.2 release are:

* CTF, Domination and Teamplay gamemodes now are fully supported
* completely new Runematch gamemode
* reduced falldamage due to popular demand
* two new maps (for the CTF game mode)
* fixed nexdm17 to look like intended
* selecting gamemodes now works by selecting a map
* many other things

Nexuiz.com, and All Those Yummy Screenshots.

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