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Heks 19 lug 2014, ore 18:32
Odamex - A Multiplayer Mod for Mac, Linux, and Windows 7 & 8
If you're new to Doom, you might want to give Odamex a try. Odamex is a port of the original source code made to run on newer hardware and support higher resolutions (including 1080p), a new 32-bit color renderer, online support that includes an easy-to-use server browser and cooperative, deathmatch, team deathmatch, and capture the flag, and on-the-fly patch file loading.

You can check out the Steam group here: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/odamex
The Odamex home page is here: http://odamex.net

And you can find tournaments systems in place here: http://doomleague.org/sites/wdl/ (CTF)
and here: http://nadoom.com/ (1-on-1 / Duel)

Check it out! Its free and easy to set up and use!
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Bofo 20 lug 2014, ore 1:24 
How do you create your own server?
Heks 20 lug 2014, ore 8:53 
use odasrv. Check the wiki for more info
Misterious MR serious 7 apr, ore 10:56 
Hi,
I talked Bethesda of the problem that Doom 1,2,3 and quake that have official Linux versions since a long time ago aren't available on steam for Linux. An employee answered me and said he has talked about it to his manager, but I'd better contact Steam also. Ps : Quake 4 also Mac support but not on Steam.
If we want a Linux support for those games that already has one (but not on Steam) everybody should write to Bethesda and Steam support. Here is the Bethesda mail : "ESO English Support" <ESO_Help@helpmail.elderscrollsonline.com>
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