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Retro Blazer Is Your Old School First Person Shooter, Only Different

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Retro Blazer is a new first person shooter for Linux featuring fast paced gameplay.

The game is based on Darkplaces engine and brings back Quake like old school goodness with a difference. Rich cel-shaded graphics, sound effects and colorful environment give the game an altogether new feel and make it more light hearted.

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