Dixie Ball, a free and open source game for Linux and Windows:
An unnamed confederate soldier is trapped somewhere between this world and the next. His corporeal body has disappeared, replaced with a ball sporting the Army of Northern Virginia’s battle flag on its sides.
He needs your help on this journey to the afterlife. Can you guide him from a facsimile of his families homestead, to the mountain summit and help set him free? Do you have what it takes to overcome despair, and puzzle out solutions to the obstacles in his way?
Free and Open Source:
Our game was made with Godot 3.5.2, and is both free and open source. Yes, you heard that right, it's free. No paid DLC, micro-transactions, loot boxes, or other nonsense. We hope that if you love the game you’ll tell your friends about it, leave a positive review on the game page, and consider throwing us a few shekels.
But why a pro confederate game in current year, isn't that racist?
To answer that, here is a quote from Dixie Ball’s lead developer, Christopher Shilts:
Over 600,000 men died during the American Civil War. The Union soldiers are held in high honor. The hundreds of thousands of men who died fighting for the Confederate States of America have had their names dragged through the mud, and the monuments to their sacrifice destroyed. I believe the men who fought and died in that terrible war should be afforded the same respect for their courage and sacrifice regardless of which side they fought on. This game is my way of honoring those who have been so shamefully wronged.
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