AssaultCube is a free, open source, first person shooter based on the popular Cube FPS. It is multi-platform and low on system and networking requirements. It is set in realistic looking environments with fast and fun gameplay. AssaultCube can be found on Wikipedia. Feel free to check out AssaultCube's homepage.
- Before playing, you should be able to fulfill the minimum hardware requirements to play AssaultCube.
- Information and help for installing and running AssaultCube on different Operating Systems.
- To get sounds working properly, check out the sound guide.
Paradigms & Parlance
- Gamemodes are the essential part of the game
- All guides
- Look into the List of game speak to learn what the are others are talking about
Playing & Hosting
- The Newbie guide will introduce you to AssaultCube
- Special movement and Weapon tactics and tips are beneficial if you want to play as efficiently as possible!
- The Server guide will introduce you to AssaultCube's server system - how to join public servers, how to administrate servers and how to run servers
- The Strategy guide contains tips and tricks from experienced AC players.
Mapping & Modding
- The same basic approach applies to AssaultCube that applies to the Cube Engine base it arose from in the dawn of times before AssaultCube.
- Map packaging - Once you have created a map for AssaultCube, this will tell you the proper procedure on how to package it for release.
- Quadropolis publishes and accepts user-made content - so this is where your new fancy map can go!
- Akimbo is a website dedicated posting almost anything regarding AssaultCube, maps, skymaps, mapmodels, mods and scripts.
- Internet Relay Chat lets you talk to your friends, enemies and anyone else who has interest in AssaultCube in real-time!
- Our Forum lets you talk to your friends, enemies and anyone else who has interest in Assaultcube in less-than-real-time!
If you have a problem or a question, try reading the AssaultCube Documentation.
For getting the quickest, most helpful and most likely a correct response to your question, you should follow a few simple guidelines. It might be useful to read up on how not to be a Help Vampire and how to Ask Smart Questions. However, a quick run-down of the main points you should keep in mind is:
- Inform us of what your operating system is and what modifications (if any) have been made.
- Provide us the specifications of your hardware and software involved - usually graphics and audio cards, chipsets and their driver revisions.
- Provide us with information of how you obtained AC or other packages such as from SourceForge, GetDeb, Debian or other repositories.
- Describe, in detail, and reproduce your error and provide as much insight into what you think might cause the error or issue.
- If you have an output (console or screenshot), then make sure it is verbose and provide that.