Based on the EDuke32 sport engine, NBlood is a brand new open supply port of the traditional FPS Blood. From what Voidpoint stated on Twitter, it's utilizing their model of the sport engine too.

While there's a brand new remaster of Blood coming from Nightdive Studios, which hasn't but been confirmed for Linux (so we've not talked about it) it's good to see the classics nonetheless being up to date for different platforms (and getting newer options).

Once you get it compiled, it really works fairly properly:

NBlood, an open source port of the classic FPS 'Blood' using EDuke32

It's fairly an lively venture, with loads of work being carried out to it to scrub it up and repair any points as they come up. It would in all probability be price utilizing the newest grasp from the GitHub, because it features a repair for Linux crashing on cutscene playback together with loads of different enhancements because the preliminary tagged launch.

You can discover it on GitHub. If you want a replica of Blood to make use of with it, you will discover it on GOG.

As all the time, I'm impressed with what persons are capable of do with older video games.