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Postby Montrey » 14 Oct 2006, 13:09

I'd like to thank all of development team for this great project and for resurrection WZ ::) It’s nice to see that game is still alive and I can play it like 5 years ago on PS. Good work guys!
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THANK YOU for keeping warzone 2100 alive!!

Postby cocar » 17 Jan 2007, 20:12

Well, i loved playing warzone 2100, but no game ever had the same modular game play like 2100!!
thanks tho all who still continue developing this game!!!

just had to say this!!! thanks

cheers cocar
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Re: THANK YOU for keeping warzone 2100 alive!!

Postby RayfenWindspear » 31 Jan 2007, 05:40

Well said Cocar

I too would like to show my appreciation for keeping this great game alive, and even helping it grow. Heck, I've already made this my homepage  ;D I'll crack out the old books and re-learn programming and see what I can help with. L8r

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Postby Neron » 04 Mar 2007, 02:06

Just wanna thank all the guy's working hard to make this game alive again.


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Postby steelblade » 04 Mar 2007, 11:44

Yup,great job indeed...Tnx guyz
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Postby UrbanVoyeur » 12 Mar 2007, 20:33

Big Ups!
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Postby The Noid » 13 Mar 2007, 17:15

Yep, great work!
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Postby Speeder » 16 Mar 2007, 22:37

Thanks, again and again! Great Work!
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omg its still alive

Postby Cardinal Gate » 19 Apr 2007, 03:10

for a while i been tryin to get this game again and somehow i came across a site that posted a link to shortly after browsering the main site and the force i realized the game was being kept alive and so im here

i first touched this game when i got a Eidos demo disk and after that true love

thx for keeping this game alive
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Postby lukas » 19 Apr 2007, 09:15

Oh yeah! Really great work! I was searching for some nice games for Linux and Warzone2100 is No 1 at this time. Thanks!!!
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Postby Kacen » 22 Apr 2007, 17:13

Seconded thanks for keeping one of my favorite games of all time alive!
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Postby tuant20 » 23 Apr 2007, 04:08

lukas wrote:Oh yeah! Really great work! I was searching for some nice games for Linux and Warzone2100 is No 1 at this time. Thanks!!!

Keeping on playing this game and you will see it's hard to leave  ;)
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Postby krushia » 07 May 2007, 00:57

My thanks as well  ;)

I hadn't played Warzone2100 much before I discovered it was open source and working on Linux.  I have always been a fan of RTS games, and in recent years there has been a surge of them rising in the open-source world.  This is a great time to be a Linux gamer, thanks to people like you.

I hope I can contribute to the project soon
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Postby laos » 01 Jun 2007, 03:22

Me and my dad used to do absolutely NOTHING on the computer ( for game fun) but play multiplayer warzone 2100, those were the better times of life, good few years ago,  kick ass, especially when he had his massive black dot of VTOLs

then I showed him RTCW and that was the end of that

but still after tellin him about this site he's interested in startin again and who knows
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Thank you all!

Postby Arcadias » 03 Oct 2007, 18:19

Weee first post!

Hello all and a big thanks to everybody involved for this great project!

At first I was a bit baffled by the bug in 2.0.7 but I could find this post quite fast and all was working afterwards.

Great work!

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