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Old 11-17-2012, 02:21 PM   #1
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LXer: Egosoft plans new Linux ports for X3


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Linux Game Publishing recently lost the license they had for selling the X-series of games. Now, we know why. The developer Egosoft is taking care of the porting themselves and aims to sell X3 with all the expansions (some of which were not previously released on Linux) on Steam.Egosoft is looking to hire a new developer for this, so if you have experience with OpenGL and SDL, be sure to apply for the job.

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