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'''OpenGTA2''' is a remake of [[Grand Theft Auto 1]] and [[Grand Theft Auto 2]]. It is based on a custom top-down game engine called OpenGBH, and uses different file formats than GTA 2 and GTA 1 - although there are conversion tools which make maps and graphics compatible with OpenGTA2.
 
'''OpenGTA2''' is a remake of [[Grand Theft Auto 1]] and [[Grand Theft Auto 2]]. It is based on a custom top-down game engine called OpenGBH, and uses different file formats than GTA 2 and GTA 1 - although there are conversion tools which make maps and graphics compatible with OpenGTA2.
  
It is still in active developement by Black Phoenix. Source is freely available at the OpenGTA2 SVN, and the engine itself is completly free, but the tools usage is restricted to non-commerical use, and you need original GTA2/GTA1 files (since OpenGTA2 is actually set of tools for OpenGBH).
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It is still in active development by Black Phoenix. Source is freely available at the OpenGTA2 SVN, and the engine itself is completely free, but the tools usage is restricted to non-commercial use, and you need original GTA2/GTA1 files (since OpenGTA2 is actually set of tools for OpenGBH).
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
 
* [http://brain.wireos.com/?tag=opengta2 OpenGTA2/OpenGBH related posts on developers blog]
 
* [http://brain.wireos.com/?tag=opengta2 OpenGTA2/OpenGBH related posts on developers blog]
 
  
 
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[[Category:GTA 2]]
 
[[Category:Modifications]]
 

Latest revision as of 04:10, 3 September 2010

OpenGTA2 is a remake of Grand Theft Auto 1 and Grand Theft Auto 2. It is based on a custom top-down game engine called OpenGBH, and uses different file formats than GTA 2 and GTA 1 - although there are conversion tools which make maps and graphics compatible with OpenGTA2.

It is still in active development by Black Phoenix. Source is freely available at the OpenGTA2 SVN, and the engine itself is completely free, but the tools usage is restricted to non-commercial use, and you need original GTA2/GTA1 files (since OpenGTA2 is actually set of tools for OpenGBH).

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