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In Barrage, your goal is to destroy as many dummy targets as possible within 3 minutes. You control a gun on a shooting range which may fire either small or large grenades by "point-and-click" at soldiers, jeeps, and tanks, and which must be reloaded from time to time.

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Recent releases

  •  28 Jul 2011 19:21

    Release Notes: This release fixes several smaller issues regarding security, compilation, installation, etc.

    •  25 Dec 2010 11:52

      Release Notes: The concept has been changed a little: You are now on a shooting range and everything, including the soldiers, are dummy targets. Gameplay remains the same, though. Furthermore, the Linux user name is used as default for highscore entry and XDG desktop support has been added.

      •  14 Feb 2005 21:54

        Release Notes: This release applies the security patch for improper snprintf calls, as well as a patch to reduce CPU consumption. Its delay, as well as fullscreen/windowed and sound/no sound, may now be set by command line options. The README and INSTALL have been restructured and updated to become more readable.

        •  28 Apr 2003 15:03

          Release Notes: The missing 'make uninstall' feature was added. The ability to create an RPM was added.

          •  22 Apr 2003 17:13

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            25 Oct 2003 05:01 accura2k

            barrage is addictive like caffeine
            After I installed barrage and played it for the first time, I had trouble getting any points. If the person playing does not watch the screen carefully, they'll get nothing. This is what makes the game interesting, you must learn to shoot far enough ahead of moving objects to blow them up in time. I recommend this game to anyone, you'll at least get the joy of blowing everything up. =)


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