Cross-Platform RTS Game 0 A.D. Hits Alpha 11

The eleventh alpha version of 0 A.D. has been released by Wildfire Games yesterday. 0 A.D. is an open source, real-time strategy game that works on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X and features excellent graphics and sound but, since it’s in alpha, there are also some missing features like settings, multiplayer matchmaking service and others.0 A.D. alpha 11 “Kronos” brings a lot of in-game changes:You can now create gates, which can be locked or unlockedNew sound systemNew AI script: Aegis BotNew Celtic Factions: Britons and Gauls will now replace the generic Celtic factionYou can see whatever parts of the map your allies have explored and vice versaGraphic improvements: several post-processing effects and mapping enhancements have been implemented using OpenGL Shading Language, but they are experimental so they are disabled by default in 0 A.D. alpha 11, but can be turned on by changing the user config fileNew art assetsSeven new maps: Pyrenean Sierra, Oasis, Northern Lights, Lorraine Plain, Sahel Watering Holes, Gear and UnknownYou can now import an image file and Atlas will transform it into a 3d mapThree new music tracks. You can listen all the available tracks in 0 A.D. alpha 11, here.Other changes: Game setup and

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