Castle Siege is a Free Open Source
Medieval War Game released
under the GPL for Linux. It is currently in the planning stage and a
team is being gathered. Castle Siege is a Medieval Game where the
player, Henry Thomas has to attack and defend two castles in France
. Henry Thomas is an English Solider conscripted up to the Army. He
does not want to go but he promises his wife, Elizabeth that he will
return to look after their two Children. The game will be in
Open GL and use teh Ogre 3D Engine.
We aim for there to be graphical effects included in the final release. The game will be single player although, we do intend for there to be a multiplayer addition after the final release. We am still in need of a lot of help with the project and so anyone that can provide any help please come forward.
Castle Siege will be realistic so expect to see Medieval Weapons
and armour along with costumes and Castles.
Your help is needed to recreate theMedieval Age.
Castle Siege will be built for Windows and Linux using the Ogre 3D
Engine and Open GL. The game will be in 3D and will be rendered to a
high detail level. In Order to play you will need the following:
-Open GL Graphics Card
Note About Linux
In order to run Castle Siege under Linux you must compile the
prorgram yourself from source. For Windows users this will not be
Castle Siege team has been gathered (read more on the home page),
expect Version 0.1 Alpha by Christmas. 0.1 Alpha will not look at all
like the Final Release but will have the basic concept.
Please download this Version when it appears and post your results in the Forums.
Castle Siege License.
Castle Siege is licensed under the GPL Version 3. Please Read.Read the Full License HERE
Castle Siege -An Open Source Game.
Copyright (C) 2007 David Pickett
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
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MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
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