0 A.D. Alpha 16 Shines As An Open-Source Ancient Warfare Game
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming on 17 May 2014 at 12:11 PM EDT. 5 Comments
The 0 A.D. ancient warfare real-time strategy game is out this weekend with a significant update.

New to 0 A.D., which is codenamed "PataƱjali", is localization support for 13 different languages, improved artificial intelligence, a new GUI, and many low-level improvements. The open-source game continues to be available for Windows, OS X, and Linux gamers.

There's also new art assets, a new music track, the JavaScript SpiderMonkey engine has been upgraded, and there's many other changes.

More details on 0 A.D. Alpha 16 can be found via Play0ad.com.

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