Version 0.3.3 of Crimson Fields has been released.
This fixes sound breakage on big-endian platforms which
were introduced in the last release and brings the bi2cf
map converter up to date again. For the restless among
you there is a new option to skip turn replays, and
the documentation has been converted to DocBook.
Crimson Fields is a tactical war game in the tradition of Battle Isle.
The outcome of the war lies in your hands. You decide which units are
sent to the front lines, and when to unleash the reserves. Your mission
objectives range from defending strategically vital locations to simply
destroying all enemy forces in the area. Protect supply convoys or raid
enemy facilities to uncover technological secrets or fill your storage
bays so you can repair damaged units or build new ones in your own
factories. Lead your troops to victory!
You can pit yourself against another human player either in hot-seat
mode in front of the same machine or via e-mail, or against the
Crimson Fields runs on Linux, BSD, MacOS X, BeOS, Solaris, Windows, and
probably a few others.
You can grab a copy here:
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