Scorched 3D Build 37.2

SourceForge is hosting a new version of Scorched 3D, the freeware OpenGL remake of Scorched Earth. This release fixes some bugs and adds the following changes: a save game option for single player, installed documentation and viewer with game, stats ranking message when joining server. Also, server can have now bots drop when new players join. Gamer's Hell Local Download:
  • Scorched 3D Build 37.2 (Full Game) (20.4 MB)
  • This is an update version that fixes some problems and adds some new content to version 37.1. This release is compatabile with 37.1. New main features include : Added: Save game option for single player Added: Installed documentation and viewer with game Added: Server can have bots drop when new players join Added: Stats ranking message when joining server Fixed: Linux version statically linked to avoid wxwindows problems Fixed: Server browsing updated to use new server Fixed: Server should be much more responsive and should not lock up Fixed: Shot cam does not switch to action cam mode during explosion Fixed: Single player speed mode should not stop after shots Fixed: Bots are not confused by shields and walls Scorched 3D is a game based loosely (or actually quite heavily now) on the classic DOS game Scorched Earth "The Mother Of All Games". Scorched 3D adds amongst other new features a 3D island environment and LAN and internet play. Scorched 3D is totally free and is available for both Microsoft Windows and Unix (Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, Solaris etc.) operating systems. You can pick up the game and begin playing very quickly. Then, when/if you are interested, you can poke in the dimmer recesses of the game and get into the strategy (or just ignore it altogether!). At its lowest level, Scorched 3D is just an artillery game with two+ tanks taking turns to destroy opponents in an arena. Choose the angle, direction and power of each shot, launch your weapon, and try to blow up other tanks. That's basically it. But Scorched 3D can be a lot more complex than that, if you want it to be. You can earn money from successful battles and use it to invest in additional weapons and accessories. You can play with up to twenty four other players at a time, mixing computer players with humans. There's a variety of changing environmental conditions and terrains to be dealt with. After the end of each round (which ends when everybody dies or there's only one person left), you get to buy stuff using the prize money you won from previous matches