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    ID releases the code when they release a new...

    ID releases the code when they release a new version of the game. We'll release the code when the game is completed (fully completed, not after each episode) same goes for the art (the specifics...
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    To further elaborate: A portion of the profits on...

    To further elaborate: A portion of the profits on this game will go to the open source software used in its production (Blender, MyPaint, GIMP), meaning we can see further developments on those tools...
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    My understanding of Open Source liscencing is...

    My understanding of Open Source liscencing is that it doesn't prohibit selling software using open code, so long as it's available freely.

    The success of a project like this (and others in the...
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    I just wanted to let you guys know: I'm...

    I just wanted to let you guys know: I'm currently discussing with Panos about using his engine for my commercial game project.

    Yes, it will be open source, and it will see a release on Linux...
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    I've noticed there are a few Ubisoft titles on...

    I've noticed there are a few Ubisoft titles on there, so might I add Assassin's Creed and the Prince of Persia games to the request?
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    Hopefully, the Unigine game project will be something that helps game developers wake up and smell the Linux.

    I've bought the Penny Arcade game, and still hope to see more games released for...
  7. Unigine is great, but it's not yet something we...

    Unigine is great, but it's not yet something we can call "playable" or even "moddable".

    The tropics demo is a great way of getting the Crytek guys to port Crysis to Linux ("Hey! We can do DX10...
  8. Actually, one reason to get the game on Linux is...

    Actually, one reason to get the game on Linux is so that we could develop mods using the engine.

    The game itself can suck, but the engine is still very much impressive.
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    Did anybody read the article? It never said...

    Did anybody read the article? It never said anywhere that the port is dead other than on the front page.

    That's one of the most complained things about Phoronix: They put titles that say...
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    You could use the Unigine Engine demos to show...

    You could use the Unigine Engine demos to show off some amazing graphics using OpenGL. The Tropics demo alone is enough to rival Crysis.

    http://unigine.com/

    You could also go for Yo Frankie!...
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