Download Links for (almost) all AoS Versions!

The original, free Ace of Spades game powered by the Voxlap engine. Known as “Classic,” 0.75, 0.76, and all 0.x versions. Created by Ben Aksoy.
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bloodfox
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Nice website lefizzy!

Does anybody know how I could make a 0.21 server?
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LeFizzy wrote:
I will have to move to another provider because I got DDoS Attack.
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more likely, your host couldnt handle 2 people browsing it.
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bloodfox wrote:
Nice website lefizzy!

Does anybody know how I could make a 0.21 server?
Thx!

I think these versions are the ace of spades folder - server.exe works. I really do not know, I joined in the summer of 2012.
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"It is also included in the pack"
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Not sure if this is helpful but here's a link to most of the versions in one download (Unfortunately it doesn't have any of the missing ones Blue_NotHappy ) : http://download1747.mediafire.com/dfu2s ... Setups.rar


And could this be used to find old downloads links from the early forums?
https://archive.org/web/
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$Eddy$ wrote:
Not sure if this is helpful but here's a link to most of the versions in one download (Unfortunately it doesn't have any of the missing ones Blue_NotHappy ) : http://download1747.mediafire.com/dfu2s ... Setups.rar
Thanks but I already have a "download all" link on this page.
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And could this be used to find old downloads links from the early forums?
https://archive.org/web/
I'm to lazy to do that. However, you can do it and send me the links if you want. I'd appreciate that.
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It's currently undownloadable now, due to excess activity (dropbox does that). Have you considered putting up a torrent? I would certainly seed. OpenSpades is too heavy for my grandma's rig, and the Launcher is a no go on me Linux machine.
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BozoDel wrote:
OpenSpades is too heavy for my grandma's rig
A Raspberry Pi 3 costs $35 and if you get the experimental OpenGL driver working it can run OpenSpades at 30fps. No excuses now.

I did not say "it runs just fine", because there are a few crash issues (which I've fixed on mine) and a few graphical issues (which I haven't because they're hillarious).
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Marisa Kirisame wrote:
A Raspberry Pi 3 costs $35 and if you get the experimental OpenGL driver working it can run OpenSpades at 30fps. No excuses now.
Thanks for the heads up. But, you see, I think I still prefer a sensible solution that costs nothing than spending 35 dollars on something I don't really need. And I like voxlap's graphics better Green_tongue
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BozoDel wrote:
But, you see, I think I still prefer a sensible solution that costs nothing than spending 35 dollars on something I don't really need.
If you really want your AoS fix such that you "need" it, then $35 is well worth it. It does more than just AoS - if you've got some old PS1 games, you can rip them and shove them on.

It also does Iceball!

It *would* do Xonotic but sadly that crashes somewhere. It does Quake 1 though!

Don't think of it as "a box that only does AoS" - you can do much more than just that. Heck, DOSBox runs fairly nicely.
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Links dead. Can you refresh it?
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absurdalna wrote:
Links dead. Can you refresh it?
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Percuss wrote:
absurdalna wrote:
Links dead. Can you refresh it?
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Fri Jan 03, 2014 10:49 amBallistic wrote:
If you want to use any of these versions, it's recommended that you add them to the Build and Shoot Launcher instead of installing them directly. That way the Build and Shoot Launcher will automatically launch the correct version required by the host server without requiring you to manually uninstall and reinstall the Classic client every time you want to use a different version. Follow these steps to add any of these versions to the Build and Shoot Launcher:

Installation Guide:
Spoiler:
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It would be a great help if you provide one or more missing links to contribute to this thread!


~Thanks to izzy for the installation guide!
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Thu Aug 04, 2016 11:58 pmKuunikal wrote:
Percuss wrote:
absurdalna wrote:
Links dead. Can you refresh it?
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Tue May 10, 2016 10:02 pmMarisa Kirisame wrote:
BozoDel wrote:
OpenSpades is too heavy for my grandma's rig
A Raspberry Pi 3 costs $35 and if you get the experimental OpenGL driver working it can run OpenSpades at 30fps. No excuses now.

I did not say "it runs just fine", because there are a few crash issues (which I've fixed on mine) and a few graphical issues (which I haven't because they're hillarious).
One does not simply get OpenGL or SDL2 to run on the raspberry.
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