how did u find bz?

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how did u find bz?

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how did u find bz? i found it in an open gl site and im just wondering if anyone else did the same? :D
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I found it on the default install of fedora code 1 or 2, about two years ago.
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My friend showed it to me 4 years ago, although i didn't really try it until a year later.
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a friend from an irrelevant forum. we were playing on ducati once. i have quit that forum and he must have quit the game. i'm quite thankful though.
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Sourceforge...seeing what kind of open-source games were out there. And look what I found! Quite a doozy - I <3 Open Source!
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Looking through "Projects of the Month" on Sourceforge
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looking for the old original arcade battlezone.
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bzflag founds me
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It was destiny, fate. I would have found BZFlag if I had searched for anything from Cucumber Sandwiches to The Wizard of Oz.
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???
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I was searching for some database utilities on sourceforge.net for a consulting client I was working with. I can't remember how I ended up getting from there to the BZflag summary, like CBG said, perhaps a karma thing.

I used to play the original Battle Zone back in the late 70s/early 80s, so it caught my eye right away. I was a tanker in the Army briefly in the early 80s (on M-60A5s, and through the first M-1 transitions) before my military career went in a different direction. Consequently, the tank motif also piqued my curiosity.
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in 1997 I was asked by my roommate to help finish the windows version and get it playing nicely with windows NT and 95. At the time CRS was looking to put bzflag out as a commercial release.
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My cousin...i think....
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Ice Wewe.... Played @ school, got me addicted.
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the internet...*gasp*

ya I never knew you could find something so special in that blob of nothingness! :shock: :!:
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During my apprenticeship I visited a Linux administration course which was kinda boring...so I had a look at the installed apps (especially games ^^) on my testing computer and found it...played it some hours there, installed it at home...got addicted :wink:
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I found it when I like first got into ubuntu in the Synaptic.
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a friend who was addicted to the game from my class. He tried to get the whole class addicted, he only succeeded with me though
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I was searching on Sourceforge for good open source games. BZFlag is by far the best I have come across.

I've also played Freeciv, if anyone else has tried that.
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My friend had it on his computer and i found out it worked for my computer to so i downloaded it. :)

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Eh... About Linux newsletter. Comes across the BZFlag link every two weeks. Some advertising... Heh.
I haven't touched BZFlag for years, but maybe sometime I'll make a comeback.

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I found it by chanse. If somebody knows Russian they can understand me ( ???????? ) You can translate that word if u want :D
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Was looking around on Game Hippo 4 or 5 years ago for first person shooter games and saw it.
It was rated by other players pretty high so I downloaded it.
Took me a while to get it working correctly but .........
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I was messing around on a repository and found bz and thought it was prety cool
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I found bzflag on Sourceforge. I was browsing sf trying to find a game similar to that 3d game on old Mac computers called Spectre.

anyone remember it? that was a badass game.
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