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#1
Rise of the Triad is a straightforward 3D shooter filled with tons of explosions and carnage, as well as some evil monks.

You need game data files to play the game
Copy those files to /home/user/.rott folder





The package is in Extras-testing
You can download from here
 

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#2
Tried this a couple weeks ago, works very great!

Thanks again for another awesome port CepiPerez!
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#3
This would be great game to play. Unfortunatelly I have this game on floppy discs, but no drive anymore
On the other hand, I have no idea where the discs are in the attic.
 
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#4
awesome game! loads of data files need to be copied over and for some reason you cant use the demo, so u have to use the Darkwar files (WAD,RTC,RTL etc)

If the game doesn't work, it's worth opening up x-term and cd to /home/user/.rott and running rott

when it crashes u can see the files missing
 
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Wow....the days of the Pentium clocked at 66Mhz. Fond memories indeed!!!!!
 
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66 Mhz? I used to play this on my 25-33boost mhz 486.
 
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I was just thinking of this game the other day! If only I knew where my old disks are...
 
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Originally Posted by NopeaJ View Post
66 Mhz? I used to play this on my 25-33boost mhz 486.
Wow! Now that was serious gaming. I thought I was accomplishing something great lol!

FX Fighter was amazing back then......does anyone remember that game? It was 3D and full of generic fighters.....eh? Maybe not......
 
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#9
ye I got the fx fighter cd somewhere, awesome game with a pretty good soundtrack too! Only reason why I still have the cd was cuz it was in my car to listen to it, how irronically sad
 
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#10
Haha, this is a classic. I remember playing this ages ago on my Windows 3.1 computer.
 
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