"If you remember my December Linux Journal column, I was excited
about a particularly cool-looking submarine simulator, Danger from
the Deep. This month, I'm proud to feature it. According to its Web
"Danger from the Deep (known as dangerdeep or DftD) is a free
(as in free speech), open-source World War II German submarine
simulator....This game is planned as tactical simulation and will
be as realistic as our time and knowledge of physics allows. Its
current state is alpha, but it is playable.
"DftD currently is being developed on Linux (i386 and AMD64) and
Windows. There are binaries available for Linux (i386 and AMD64)
and Windows (32-bit), and there are some old packages for Mac OS X.
Danger from the Deep makes use of SDL/OpenGL and, thus, should be
portable to other operating systems or platforms."
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