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#REDIRECT [[List of games]]
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=== Native &ndash; Reimplemented ===
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{{Wikipedia|Game engine recreation}}
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{{Wikipedia|Source port}}
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This section lists games that were initially commercial & closed-source before open-sourcing and ones which engines were re-implemented by insidious Linux developers.
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==== Doom/Hexen/Heretic ====
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===== Code =====
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Neither of games had resources opened, only source code. See http://doom.wikia.com/wiki/Source_port for details.
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* {{App|Chocolate Doom|Doom port reproducing the behavior of the original DOS version|http://www.chocolate-doom.org/|{{AUR|chocolate-doom}}}}
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* {{App|Doomsday|Advanced port of the Doom game engine, capable also of running Heretic, and Hexen games|http://www.dengine.net/|{{AUR|doomsday}}}}
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* {{App|GZDoom|Doom source port based on ZDoom with an OpenGL renderer|http://www.osnanet.de/c.oelckers/gzdoom/index.html|{{AUR|gzdoom}}}}
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* {{App|HHeretic|Linux port of Raven Game's old shooter, Heretic|http://hhexen.sourceforge.net/hheretic.html|{{AUR|hheretic}}}}
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* {{App|HHexen|Linux port of Raven Game's old shooter, Hexen|http://hhexen.sourceforge.net/hhexen.html|{{AUR|hhexen}}}}
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* {{App|PrBoom Plus|Enhanced version of the PrBoom Doom engine port|http://prboom-plus.sourceforge.net/|{{AUR|prboom-plus}}}}
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* {{App|Remood|advanced Doom game engine based on Doom Legacy|http://remood.org/|{{AUR|remood}}}}
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* {{App|Strawberry Doom|Fork of Chocolate Doom extending certain engine limits|http://doom.wikia.com/wiki/Strawberry_Doom|{{AUR|strawberry-doom-svn}}}}
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* {{App|Vavoom|Highly advanced Doom engine port with added support for Heretic/Hexen/Strife|http://vavoom-engine.com/|{{AUR|vavoom}}}}
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* {{App|ZDoom|Enhanced Doom port with additional support for Heretic, Hexen and Strife|http://www.zdoom.org/|{{AUR|zdoom}}}}
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===== Data =====
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* Doom 1 Demo data &ndash; {{AUR|doom1-wad}}
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* {{App|Freedoom|Project aimed at creation of free Doom data files|http://www.nongnu.org/freedoom/|{{AUR|freedoom}}}}
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* Hexen 1 Demo game data &ndash; {{AUR|hexen1-wad}}
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* Heretic Demo game data &ndash; {{AUR|heretic1-wad}}
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* {{App|Blasphemer|Project aimed at creation of free Heretic data files|http://code.google.com/p/blasphemer/|{{AUR|blasphemer}}}}
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==== Doom 3 ====
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* stock Doom 3 binaries &ndash; {{AUR|doom3-bin}}
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* source-based Doom 3 engine &ndash; {{AUR|doom3}}
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==== Quake ====
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* advanced Quake 1 game engine &ndash; {{AUR|darkplaces}}
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* another modern Quake1 engine port &ndash; {{AUR|fitzquake}}
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* free content replacement project for Quake 1 &ndash; {{AUR|oqplus-svn}}
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* high quality textures for Quake from the Quake Revitalization Project &ndash; {{AUR|quake-qrp-textures}}
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* {{App|ezQuake|Fast paced multiplayer FPS focusing on movement and trick jumps.  The popular, modern and maintained Quake / QuakeWorld client.  Manual post-installation setup required.  Can play on-line for free |http://ezquake.sourceforge.net/|{{AUR|ezquake}}}}
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* {{App|nQuake|Fast paced multiplayer FPS focusing on movement and trick jumps.  The very popular Quake / QuakeWorld package, including ezQuake client, 24bit textures, maps, bots and more.  Automatic post-installation set up. Can play on-line for free |http://nquake.sourceforge.net/|{{AUR?|nquake}}}}
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==== Quake 2 ====
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* {{App|Quake 2|Built by Icculus|http://www.icculus.org/quake2/|{{AUR|quake2}}}}
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* advanced Quake 2 engine &ndash; {{AUR|qudos-svn}}
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* enhanced Quake 2 engine with Lazarus mod support &ndash; {{AUR|kmquake2}}
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* A true color retexture pak for Quetoo and other Quake2 engines supporting 32bpp tga textures &ndash; {{AUR|quake2-retexture}}
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==== Quake 3 Arena ====
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* stock Quake 3 Arena binaries &ndash; {{AUR|quake3}}
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* {{App|ioquake3|De-facto FOSS Quake 3 distribution|http://ioquake3.org/|{{AUR|ioquake3}}}}
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==== Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory ====
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* completely free, standalone, team-based, multiplayer FPS &ndash; {{AUR|enemy-territory}}
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* iowolflet &ndash; advanced open source fork of ET engine {{AUR|iowolfet-hg}}
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* iowolflet for 64 bit systems {{AUR|bin32-iowolfet-hg}}
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==== Quake 4 ====
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* demo version &ndash; {{AUR|quake4-demo}}
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* Quake 4 engine &ndash; {{AUR|quake4}}
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==== Humble Indie Bundle games ====
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Engines of these games were open-sourced after The Humble Bundle sales.
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{{Expansion|Package [https://icculus.org/hge-unix/ Hammerfight]}}
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{{App|[[Wikipedia:Aquaria (video game)|Aquaria]]|2D sidescrolling action-adventure game, heavily focused on exploration and puzzle-solving, with non-linear gameplay|http://www.bit-blot.com/aquaria|{{AUR|aquaria}}}}
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{{App|[[Wikipedia:Gish (video game)|Gish]]|2D physics platformer about adventures of ball of tar|http://www.gishgame.com/|{{AUR|freegish-git}}}}
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==== Duke Nukem 3D ====
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* {{App|Duke 3D|Original port|http://icculus.org/projects/duke3d/|{{AUR|duke3d-svn}}}}
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* {{App|eduke32|Advanced source port|http://eduke32.com/|{{AUR|eduke32}}}}
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==== Arx Fatalis ====
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* {{App|Arx Libertatis|This project aims to be a cross-platform, open source port of Arx Fatalis, a 2002 first-person role-playing game developed by Arkane Studios.|http://arx-libertatis.org/|{{AUR|arx-libertatis}}}}
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==== The Elder Scrolls series ====
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* {{App|OpenMW|Attempt to reimplement the popular role playing game [[Wikipedia:Morrowind|Morrowind]]. OpenMW aims to be a fully playable, open source implementation of the game's engine|http://openmw.org|{{AUR|openmw}}}}
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==== Heroes of Might and Magic series ====
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* {{App|fheores2|Attempt to reimplement the [[Wikipedia:Heroes of Might and Magic II|Heroes of Might and Magic II]] engine using SDL.|http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/fheroes2/index.php|{{AUR|fheroes2-svn}}}}
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* {{App|VCMI|Attempt to reimplement [[Wikipedia:Heroes of Might and Magic III|Heroes of Might and Magic III]]|http://forum.vcmi.eu/portal.php|{{AUR|vcmi-svn}}}}
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