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Clonk Rage (Windows)

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Clonk Rage, the sequel to Clonk Endeavour, is the eighth official release in the long-running Shareware series of strategic action games that is Clonk. In Clonk, one or more players compete or collaborate in a number of scenarios in which the goal might be, for example, to build a settlement with complex production chains, hunt for monsters and treasure, or eliminate the other crews. A defining element of the game is its extendability, which results in a large number of fan-created levels, objects, worlds, and extensions to the game itself.

The most obvious improvements are a more intuitive control scheme and a fully graphical menu system, both designed especially for new players. The game is for the first time released for Linux and MacOS in addition to Windows. Additionally, the network code has been completely rewritten to make it more suitable for games played over the Internet.

As usual, many of the game's graphics, scenarios and objects have been revised, too.


Clonk Rage Windows Hunting for monsters in the lava caves.
Clonk Rage Windows Scene from a story-driven mission in the Fantasy world
Clonk Rage Windows A two-player split-screen game in the Wild West
Clonk Rage Windows The control settings of the options menu

Alternate Titles

  • "NET2" -- Working title

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Clonk - it's Diggers, Worms and Settlers in one! George Constantinoff (27) unrated

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Topic # Posts Last Post
End of official development 1 Daniel Saner (2596)
Mar 09, 2014


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Related Web Sites

  • CCAN (Official resource of fan-created extensions for registered players)
  • Clonk (Official website for the Clonk Series)
Daniel Saner (2596) added Clonk Rage (Windows) on Jul 12, 2007
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