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'''ZDaemon''' is a multiplayer-focused source port based on ZDoom for both Windows and Linux/Unix (server only at this time). ZDaemon was originally derived from ZDoom v1.23, which was one of the last major versions of ZDoom before moving to its current 2.xx codebase. It includes some of ZDoom's advanced features such as the majority of line types, sloped lines, and deep water, but lacks some later implementations such as DECORATE, flat and texture mixing, and other similar features. ZDaemon features an enhanced network code suitable for client/server games, stats and experience collection, teamplay support, and a Capture the Flag mode.
 
'''ZDaemon''' is a multiplayer-focused source port based on ZDoom for both Windows and Linux/Unix (server only at this time). ZDaemon was originally derived from ZDoom v1.23, which was one of the last major versions of ZDoom before moving to its current 2.xx codebase. It includes some of ZDoom's advanced features such as the majority of line types, sloped lines, and deep water, but lacks some later implementations such as DECORATE, flat and texture mixing, and other similar features. ZDaemon features an enhanced network code suitable for client/server games, stats and experience collection, teamplay support, and a Capture the Flag mode.

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ZDaemon

ZDaemon is a multiplayer-focused source port based on ZDoom for both Windows and Linux/Unix (server only at this time). ZDaemon was originally derived from ZDoom v1.23, which was one of the last major versions of ZDoom before moving to its current 2.xx codebase. It includes some of ZDoom's advanced features such as the majority of line types, sloped lines, and deep water, but lacks some later implementations such as DECORATE, flat and texture mixing, and other similar features. ZDaemon features an enhanced network code suitable for client/server games, stats and experience collection, teamplay support, and a Capture the Flag mode.
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