Warsow, often abbreviated as WSW or WASW (the latter following its logo), is a multiplayer first-person shooter computer game first publicly released on June 8, 2005. The game is actively developed by a crew of freelance software developers and artists. Warsow prides itself on high-quality content standards with thorough testing by selected members of the community.
Again futuristic and much along the lines of that above each game supports a wide variety guns and ammunition. Open Arena is a mod of the FOSS Quake 3 Engine. With features including multi player and single player mode, many maps, various weapons, not to mention mods along with dozens of tutorials and a couple of different game modes.
(FPS) First Person Shootems
Listed here on this page are some of the games we know will work on Linux systems and especially that of Ubuntu. The purpose of this wiki is to provide the means to install these games and relate any quirkiness of it's installation rather than the information to get to the next level within the game. If you are put off from using Linux due to the perceived lack of games this and the following sections are for you. Some of the information below we obtained mostly form other site's such as
We have been advised the game can be very hard to catch onto, as it uses unique gameplay, but this is very rewarding. Nexuiz, unlike the other FPS's, this has extremely complex graphics. We can not comment on how good or bad (bad as in good) it is, this is something you need find out for yourselves, perhaps more skill is required for this game.
Sauerbraten First Person Shootem
Sauerbraten (a.k.a. Cube 2) is a free multiplayer/singleplayer first person shooter, built as a major redesign of the Cube FPS.