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« on: October 18, 2008, 17:05:31 PM »

Noticed an updated or new (don't know whether it was already in the repo's befroe) PISI in cintrib-2008 repo called Planeshift.

some screenshots here

Seems an interesting one regarding this wikipedia extract:

PlaneShift is a cross-platform fantasy MMORPG in development. Client software is available for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. It is a no-budget project produced by a group of developers, founded by Luca Pancallo, and guided by the Atomic Blue non-profit organization. The server side engine code is completely written from scratch by PlaneShift team, while the 3D rendering features are based on the Crystal Space 3D engine. The game engine is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL), available to anyone for download. The content is released under a proprietary license.[1]

The game is free to play, with no monthly fee, no premium upgrades, and no advertising on the site or in game.[2]

The game is currently in the alpha stage of development, at version 0.4, codenamed Steel Blue. The first version released February 10, 2002, 0.1, was codenamed Atomic Blue and the next version, 0.2, was codenamed Molecular Blue. The Molecular Blue server was shut down on December 16, 2004 and replaced with 0.3, Crystal Blue. The current version, Steel Blue, was released to the public on March 2, 2008.
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