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Half life and I will probably die happy. There are a lot of games I would like to see on Linux (Mass Effect, Tomb Raider, Battlefield 1942,) but more than anything I would like to see the origianl Half Life and it's brothers (Half Life Opposing Force, Half Life Blue Shift, Counter Strike & the original Team Fortress Classic). I have sent Valve several emails about porting Half Life to Linux but I could not get an answer, which is strange because I heard the the CEO of Valve actually wants to produce for Linux because I he got a hold of Window$ 8 beta and has apparently decided Linux is the way to go.
I'm not a big gamer, but i really enjoy creating, with 'rpg maker xp'. I used to be addicted, until i entered the realms of Linux, and then i had to back off because of it's nonsupport; it doesn't even work well in wine, i have to run it in a vm, and that's not my favorite way to work.
Guys pleas read the following page and don't forget to drop them a really positive email that's given at the bottom of the website. Thanks. Let them know you're willing to buy the product again if necessary to have a native Linux copy of your favorite valve game. Thanks
This thread is for letting vendors know that there is interest in porting one of their games to Linux. Let us know what games you would like to see ported and why. Details such as how much you would be willing to pay may be helpful as well. If there is enough interest for certain games I will even contact the vendor myself.
I would like to see the following games:
Diablo I, II, III
F-15 Strike Eagle III all versions including Jane
And I would really like a the control program that Thrustmaster uses in the MicroSoft OS to be available in the Ubuntu OS I miss being able to use my HOTAS on my games and the new A-10 HOTAS would be great to have as well.
I would like to play "Rappelz" on linux. I still have an account but I didn't play for years...
The basic core is free. But I have heard they fear a security problem when connecting online.
Since it is a online game...