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Welcome to the official website of Transfusion!

Latest stable version: 1.01 - January 12th, 2003
Latest development version: 1.05 Beta 2 - May 4th, 2007

You are Caleb, and you are a bad, bad man. You sold your immortal soul for The Dark God, Tchernobog, and you and the other Chosen served Him dutifully until He decided it was time to take everything from you for Himself... apparently, even gods make mistakes.

Leaving you to rot in a grave and forgetting about you was a BIG one.

Now, you're back and after what's yours - your enemies will scream for mercy, getting none, as you slice, smash and burn your way to your destiny.... and if you save the world in the process... well it'll mean more for you to rule later.

Transfusion plunges you into a world originally created in 1997 by Monolith Productions. Created with the BUILD game engine (Duke Nukem, Shadow Warrior), Blood was a tour de force of horror that has yet to be matched, in which you battled minions of evil in a lightning-paced, blood splattered quest for glory.

Thrill to new, enhanced special effects not seen in the original as you guide Caleb along his gory quest through a 3-dimensional world of horror. But the fun is just beginning then...

When Tchernobog's Cabal has fallen, there's millions of challengers vying for your throne out there in cyberspace. Be sure to hone your skills against the enhanced FrikBots before defending your title in online bloodbaths. No need for Caleb to do all the work either - you can battle online as any identity you choose by selecting from the character library or by downloading new identities from the internet.

Time has come for Transfusion - let's get bloodier.

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Blood Sites:
Blood Shareware
The Postmortem
Run Blood on WinXP
Blood Wiki

Quake Sites:
The DarkPlaces engine
Quake Terminus Mod Site

Quake Tutorials:

Quake Tools:
Quake Army Knife
Quake Model Editor

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Original site design and graphics by Greg Enright
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