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This section provides a selection of games that in Fedora 15 have had a varieties of new feautures and ''development'' improvements. Please refer to http://fedorapeople.org/groups/docs/technical-notes/en-US/ar01s02.html to know all games changes in Fedora 15.
 
 
== Alien Arena ==
 
 
'''Alien Arena''' is an open source freeware deathmatch shooter.
 
 
Fedora 15, brings for its users Alien Arena 2011, version 7.50. with visible features such as two brand new maps (Annihilation and Neptune), new background musics and a renewed IRC client. The computer animation (Ragdoll physics) uses the Open Dynamics Physics Engine and the games grants faster particle rendering. For all details please refer to http://icculus.org/alienarena/changelogs/7.50.txt.
 
 
== Colossus Arena ==
 
 
'''Colossus Arena''' is a Java clone of the boardgame Titan, a turn-based fantasy wargame for 2-6 players.
 
 
In this version, 0.12.0, among the features there is a new variant, "DinoTitan", an option to disable Warlock recruiting on the first turn and a new look for angels and captured legion markers; and global improvements after many bug fixes. For all details visit this page  http://colossus.sourceforge.net/docs/RecentChangesDetails.html.
 
 
== F.L.A.W. ==
 
 
'''F.L.A.W.''' is a free top-down wizard fighting game that can be played by up to 5 players.
 
 
Fedora 15 ships F.L.A.W. version 1.2.4 that features a new tactical gameplay mode and more music; for slow computers, an optional low quality graphics mode, various AI improvements and fixes, such as joystick detection. For more informations, please refer to the website, http://flaw.sourceforge.net/index.php.
 
 
== Freeciv ==
 
 
'''Freeciv''' is a free turn-based multiplayer strategy game.
 
 
These release is version 2.4 with a lot of changes passed respect to previous one 2.2, as the capabilty to have a major numbers of simultaneous players up to 126, with map size increased from 30,000 to 128,000 tiles; better map resolution whose linear map dimensions had increased from 254 to 512. New rewriting to the server/client side have added new features for customizing the game play. And new looks and rules for emazing the player experience. For all details (and they are many!), please refer to the upstream web site at http://freeciv.wikia.com/ . 
 
     
 
== FreeCol ==
 
 
'''FreeCol''' is a turn-based strategy game based on the old game Colonization, and similar to Civilization.
 
 
With Fedora 15, FreeCol is upgraded from version 0.8.3 to 0.9.5. In the meantime, as release 0.9 was launched in jan 2010, the developers have introduced more efficiency on the elaboration side (AI); new building graphics, new images for forests and beaches, redesigned panels and dialogs (using MigLayout) and better integration in small displays (1024x600) on the graphic side; and new rules for players. Please refer to the website at http://www.freecol.org/ .
 
 
 
== FreeDink ==
 
 
GNU '''FreeDink''' is a free, portable and enhanced version of the Dink Smallwood game engine.
 
       
 
In Fedora 15 FreeDink has been upgraded from version 1.08.20100420 to v1.08.20101114, fixing a couple of crash, adding the new Turbo mode to triple the game speed and support to new languages. For all details, please refer to the web site, at http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/freedink/ .
 
 
 
== gbrainy ==
 
 
'''gbrainy''' is a brain teaser game and trainer to have fun and to keep your brain trained!!!
 
 
The version 1.52 of this GNOME game introduces eleven new logic games and enhances usability. For more information, please visit the gnome web-site at http://live.gnome.org/gbrainy/Releases .
 
 
 
  
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