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These are ready made packages, together with an install program, to get you up and running in no time. All packages contain a README file, which you should read for installation instructions and latest news. The latest release is 3.2.2. Because of a lack of release builders and testers, 3.2.2 is only available for a limited number of platforms and not in all package formats. If you want to change this and build and test future releases, contact us via the mailing lists.Binaries You can download the 3.2.2 release for the following cpu and operating systems: ARM Linux Android Windows CE Game Boy Advance Nintendo DS AROS ARM64 (aarch64) Linux Android macOS Intel x86/i386 Windows 32-bit (and a cross-compiler ARM/MIPS/i386-Android) Linux Mac OS X/OS X/macOS (and cross-compilers for ARM64, PowerPC(64), iOS & iPhoneSimulator, JVM/Java and JVM/Android). FreeBSD Solaris OS/2 (and eComStation) DOS (GO32v2 extender) Haiku AROS AMD64/Intel 64/x86_64 Windows 64-bit Linux Mac OS X/OS X/macOS (and cross-compilers for PowerPC(64)/Mac OS X, iOS & iPhoneSimulator, JVM/Java and JVM/Android). FreeBSD Solaris Intel i8086 MS-DOS PowerPC AmigaOS AIX Linux Mac OS X MorphOS Nintendo Wii PowerPC64 AIX Linux Mac OS X PowerPC64 Little Endian Linux SPARC Linux Solaris MIPS Linux MIPSEL Linux (Experimental, not tested) Motorola 68k Amiga Linux Source The source can be downloaded separately in a zip file or a tar.gz from one of the download sites. Documentation The documentation can be downloaded in several formats from one of our download sites.
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According to its creator, Deathly Stillness was never intended to be an officially released game. It was thrown together in just 17 days and is meant to serve as a tutorial of sorts for other game creators. That hasn't stopped tens of thousands of people from downloading and enjoying it though, with the title now one of the best free horror games on Steam when it comes to positive review scores.
High Entropy: Challenges is a bit like a cross between Portal and some of the more recent Deus Ex games, with players able to use a combination of puzzle-solving and stealth to avoid falling victim to the game's killer robots. Of course, much like the latter, they can opt to go on a shooting spree instead, but this arguably sucks a lot of the fun out of the experience.