GrangerHub is pleased to announce that as the Full Release of Tremulous 1.3 approaches, the source code for our game logic will be opened to the public at our November 30, 2017 Beta Release. Tremulous is a community effort, and we need people like you to shape its future. Ideas, suggestions, and constructive criticism are […]
GrangerHub’s Development Server for Tremulous 1.3 is now called GrangerLab. The server has previously been known as the test7341 server. As we have been making more progress towards a full release, the game play experience came so far since we opened the server 2 and a half years ago, and since the name “test7341” lacked […]
GrangerHub will be delaying the initial full release of Tremulous 1.3 to work on some requisite features for the new modes of play, cleaning up our source code repositories, and also testing some changes to the client. More details about the upcoming changes will be posted this weekend.
Tremulous v1.3.0-alpha.0.7 is now available for download. This release includes improvements to the installation process where all the default assets are packaged with the release, and the bootstrapping process is removed, so that once the release is downloaded and unzipped, you can open the Tremulous client and get to playing on servers right away without […]
Following an update today from the ioquake3 upstream ; a remote code execution vulnerability has been patched in Tremulous and the fix is included in GrangerHub’s latest Tremulous release v1.3.0-alpha.0.4. This vulnerability is known to exist in all prior versions of Tremulous as well as in TremFusion, and likely in all other old modded Tremulous […]