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Topic # 9216 30-Aug-2006 19:06
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there is this cool game ive played on computer you are like these bike car things in this digital arena and you zoom around and a wall of your colour comes out behind you and the aim of the game is to make the other players crash into your wall. Any help would be much appreciated

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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 45031 30-Aug-2006 19:41
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Acid Trip 2

Much of an improvement and totally different from Acid Trip 1.

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Master Geek

  Reply # 45034 30-Aug-2006 21:34
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The game is called Armagetron, you can get it from sourceforge for either linux or windows, I am not sure if they have bothered making one for Mac... oh...and it is free!!! :P


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  Reply # 45036 30-Aug-2006 22:39
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dont worry found out its called Gltron mean game for all those mac or pc free game lovers. Cheers for your help though

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Master Geek

  Reply # 45041 31-Aug-2006 00:03
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Hmm, I think that is effectively the same thing but using openGL graphics?

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