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i would like all of the sold-out range ported to linux (or make them platform independant so apple worshippers can use them too! (not that i like apple (except the fruit kind)))
they are so cool and at £5 apeice or 3 for £10 they dont hurt the walllet (not the KDE wallet you dimwit! the one you hold £s in!)
i am a fan of any non violent real time stratagy like, simCity 3000 rolercoaser tycoon 2, Industry giant 2, and some slighly violent ones like dugeon keeper 2.
gah have just downloaded a loki installer for UT 99GOTY and run it, but it seems one of the files on my CD is courrupt.... cant see why? as there are no obvius scrathes and i have previously sucsessfulluy installed it on a windowz box...
i tried to put it on my currnt windowz box but i got teh same problem.
part of teh bots stuff is currupt!
anyone know where i can get new UT99 GOTY CDs form?
a guildmate on the lightbringer server runs WoW from linux. She has a few issues every patch, but always seems to get past them. I can put you in touch with her if you want, just send me a tell in-game (lightbringer, alliance, Graye)
I would love to see all of Sierra's Quest games (Space Quest, Leisure Suit Larry, King's Quest, etc.) ported to Linux. In addition, I would love to see most games that come out to support Linux as well as Windows. I mean, a lot of games are made for Mac and Windows, right? Why not include Linux in that list? If they build their games properly from the beginning, porting them shouldn't be hard. Making a game cross-platform compatible is easy, so long as you take the necessary steps throughout the development process.