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Alien Arena: Combat Edition Released

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Published on 06 September 2013 12:50 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming
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Alien Arena: Combat Edition has been released and with it has come an alpha demo of Alien Arena: Tactical.

Alien Arena: Tactical is a new game-play mode that is objective-oriented and facilitates teamwork. The full release of Alien: Arena Tactical is expected in Q2'2014 while for now this alpha bundle is part of the updated Alien Arena: Combat Edition release.

More information on this new Alien Arena game with a Linux client was talked about last month. Embedded below is a video trailer of the Tactical demo. This latest open-source game release can be downloaded at PlanetArena.org.


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