0 A.D. has just won second place in IndieDB’s Player’s Choice for Upcoming Indie of the Year contest for 2012.
Thanks so much to all the wonderful fans who voted for us! This is a huge vote of confidence in the project, and a huge encouragement for the developers.
With your help, we hope to make an even larger splash in 2013.
And of course, congratulations to the winner, Path of Exile, which like 0 A.D., is entirely free of charge to download and play. Hats off!
Wildfire Games, an international group of volunteer game developers, proudly announces the release of “0 A.D. Alpha 12 Loucetios”, the twelfth alpha version of 0 A.D., a free, open-source game of ancient warfare. This alpha features diplomacy, packing siege engines, super fancy water and more! Continue reading
We have just conducted an interview with Jon from Cheerful Ghost. Nothing really new for people who have been following the project closely, but it covers all the basics for newcomers.
jdodson: Do you want to believe in the Loch Ness Monster?
Aviv: It would be interesting if what people saw was actually a relic of an ancient civilization in Loch Ness.
Read the whole thing.
Just a few days ago, we made it once more to the top 100 indie games on Indie DB!
Thanks for your support, but we need your help to vote for us one more time to win a top prize.
Please vote for us in the second round of the Indie of the Year contest.
Under “Upcoming games of 2012”, under “Real Time Strategy”, you need to click the word “VOTE” on the left of “0 A.D.”
Thanks in advance, and may the odds be ever in 0 A.D.’s favor.
Wildfire Games proudly presents the new 0 A.D. website, a new showcase for the game and FOSS project we have all grown to love.
You’ll notice that the content has been redone, the design better reflects the interface within the game 0 A.D., and it is easier to get to download the version of 0 A.D. that is right for you.
The new website is available on http://play0ad.com.
Please point your RSS readers to the new website if needed.
It’s that time of year again.
For those unfamiliar with the event, each year ModDB and IndieDB hold a contest for the best mods and indie games of the year.
In previous years we have been nominated for the Editor’s Choice: Best Upcoming Indie (2008), won third place for Indie Game of the Year (2009) and received an Honorable Mention for Players’ Choice: Best Upcoming Indie (2010).