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Smokin' Guns - Cowboy First-person shooter Game for Linux

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Initially developed as Western Quake 3, Smokin' Guns is the game for you if you ever feel nostalgic of the Old West. Smokin' Guns, an open source, cross platform first-person shooter is intended to be a semi-realistic simulation of the "Old West's" great atmosphere and was developed on Id Software's Quake III Arena Engine. It boasts of the following features

* A full arsenal of weapons with historically correct design.
* A variety of western styled maps and player models.
* A realistic damage system with different locations (head, chest, neck, etc) and height-dependent falling damage.
* New western styled game types for more fun: Bank Robbery and Duel Modes.
* A money system allowing for equipment purchase with money from rewards.
* Easy to use graphical user interface and HUD.
* Other small improvements for better gameplay and enhanced fun.

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Sounds like a good way to waste an afternoon to me! Big Grin

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