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America’s Army 1.7.0

June 9th, 2003 by Alkini

The Linux port of America’s Army, version 1.7.0, has been released. This is a stand-alone graphical installer and weighs in at 316MB.

America’s Army 1.7.0 Download: armyops-lnx-170.sh.bin (courtesy of Eon Games)
Local download mirror: LinuxGames / 3DDownloads
More mirrors:

Update: there was apparently some confusion about this release; it is a client release only and will not run as a dedicated server.

23 Responses to “America’s Army 1.7.0”

  1. Cerb Says:

    Thank you very much, Mr. Gordon

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Anybody know of a BT tracker? 316MB’s definitely hefty enough to warrant it.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    For a download that size http is not exactly ideal……

  4. Anonymous Says:

    I know this may sound daft, but am I correct in thinking that this is a multiplayer game only?

    As I have no problem with this, I regulary have times when I have no net connection, and like to play a few games, So I don’t want to get addicted to this ganme, then find out I can only play it on line.

    Also these online multiplayer games are fine, just you get youre ass kicked or shouted at if you do not know the game, and have to practice online (also it costs a lot, when you have to pay local telphone calls for youre online usage)

  5. Anonymous Says:

    Darn this download is going slow… Probably a good thing though seeing I should be studying for my exams… Especially seeing I’m studying for an exam I didn’t do too well in last year… inpart thanks to SC2. :)
    See this link:
    http://www.linuxgames.com/news/feedback.php?identiferID=5734&action=flatview

    Anyway, if anyone finds a bittorrent link, post it here will ya! :)

    JC

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Maybe we should use the edonkey network and put the file on it.

    That will save transfer costs for the mirrors.

  7. Anonymous Says:

    ftp://ftp.stenstad.net/mirrors/icculus.org/armyops-lnx-170.sh.bin

    and

    http://ftp.stenstad.net/mirrors/icculus.org/armyops-lnx-170.sh.bin

  8. Anonymous Says:

    Ok, here you go:
    https://eris.westcarolina.net/~mrklaw/bt/index.html> Bittorrent file

  9. Anonymous Says:

    Thanks for the ftp mirror as well

  10. Anonymous Says:

    us army

  11. Anonymous Says:

    “Because it doesn’t say so on any of the documentation for the game, we feel compelled to point out that the life of a real Army infantryman can conceivably end in a painful, gruesome death.”
    –PC Gamer–
    Jan. 2003 Issue, Vol. 10, #1, Page 118

    I am merely relaying opinion. I am not attempting to flame the US Army or its recruiting habits, rather I am raising awareness to the simple fact that it is a game, albeit realistic. Its not real life. I am not military personell and cannot vouch for the pseudo realism presented in this game, so if an Army infantryman/personell/boot camp director/et. al. could elaborate on how accurate this game is, from an unbiased point of view (IE not a developer/directly related to the project’s development) it would present much to a fruitful debate. Please be senseable, as we are all gamers; first and foremost interested in having fun, and learning from others’ expierences.

  12. ybouan Says:

    I have a radeon 7500. The game runs but I get the same problem as with Unreal Tournament 2003:
    The graphics are completly messed up. I know it is recommended to use an NVIDIA but I can’t really change the card on my laptop so if anyone could tell me how to get the 3d rendering working for these games I’d be very pleased.

  13. Anonymous Says:

    I have the same problem in linux that I had with this game in windows the server list is empty and I can’t figure out how to get a list. Granted I haven’t looked too hard, but you shouldn’t have to.

  14. redstar427 Says:

    I am extremely happy the Linux version is out.
    However, it is slower than the Windows version on the same box.

    I dual-boot with Win2k, and Redhat 9.
    I have the following hardware:
    AMD Athlon 1900+ cpu
    512 MB ddr ram (pc2100)
    Geforce 4 Ti 4600
    (rest of hardware doesn’t matter)

    I run AA:O at 1600×1200, because that’s the only way to get the full list of players.

    I am averaging 20 FPS in Linux, 40 FPS in Win2k.
    I am still glad it’s out, but not sure whay the difference. Tribes 2 on my gamebox is 40% faster in Linux than in Windows.

  15. Anonymous Says:

    http://www.linuxgaming.net also have the game available for download

  16. Anonymous Says:

    It’s also mirrored at http://www.fileshack.com/file.x?fid=3051

  17. arnox85 Says:

    When installing, I have the following problem :

    [root@bilbo download]# armyops-lnx-170.sh.bin
    Verifying archive integrity… All good.
    Uncompressing America’s Army: Operations for GNU/Linux v1.7.0…….Extraction failed.

    Signal caught, cleaning up

    I’m running RH9.

    Anybody has an idea ?

    Thanks, Arnaud

  18. Anonymous Says:

    just for kicks, a comparison of file sizes:
    Windows 1.7.0 Full install: 387.21 MB
    Linux 1.7.0 Full install: 316MB
    hmm….
    bloatware… yummy… :)

  19. Anonymous Says:

    You and I would think everyone would call him FLASH Gordon by how fast he spews the code out! :D

  20. Anonymous Says:

    OK, but where are the weapons of mass destruction ?

  21. Anonymous Says:

    Did you guys tried to make a 360 (or even more?) turn? I tried different systems and always ended up with somewhat around 180 degrees. This is very annoying since you cannot fully turn around and have to “readjust” your view field with the cursor keys. Anyone else seen this? Thanx.

  22. Anonymous Says:

    my sound doesnt work for some reason? any one know why it may not?

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