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    OMG, Trine looks like The Lost Vikings 2000, and that's awesome.

    If they port it, and it's not too expensive, I'll buy it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitiquinho View Post
    They will port a game that already has platinum rate in Wine AppDB....
    Forget about Wine, there are plenty of people only playing native games (including me). Don't get me wrong, I think Wine is great but there are enough great native games for casual gamers without Wine.

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    I just want to thank Unigine for actively trying to get Linux into the spotlights as a great gaming platform. We need more companies like this who create an amazing product and are Linux- and company-friendly. They really deserve our support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingufunkybeat View Post
    OMG, Trine looks like The Lost Vikings 2000, and that's awesome.

    If they port it, and it's not too expensive, I'll buy it!
    Wow, Trine and Trine 2 looks like great fun and are both absolutely gorgeous. I am really looking forward to those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitiquinho View Post
    They will port a game that already has platinum rate in Wine AppDB....
    it's always better to make sure the developers knows which money comes from the linux world...

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    I'm a bit biased as I'm learning OGL 4(.1), but I think if Michael meant his words we should see some improvements in Linux game development. Tools, deployment or distribution. It should not be just announcing one new title even if native one.

    As for me free of charge Unigine for non-profit enterprises would do! As it would be probable first commercial grade SDK that support OGL 3/4 on Linux.

    On the other side, annoucment of some (very) big company that it will release native linux and windows (and mac) versions simultaneously, and used linux during development time also would do. As from my point those to 'events' would do the most good for Linux.

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    Default Unigine

    If it's not Trine it's for sure unigine.
    And again someone was faster than you

    http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2010/11/u...me-developers/
    http://linuxgamingnews.org/2010/11/2...ense-giveaway/

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    so some hours later ... still left without your article ...
    ...and so sad it wasn`t steam

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowder View Post
    so some hours later ... still left without your article ...
    ...and so sad it wasn`t steam
    It's coming up right in a minute. Decided to surprisingly take Thanksgiving afternoon off of working after all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qaridarium View Post
    you are right .. but postal3 comes over steam to linux!
    Postal 3 for linux was killed a long time ago. They even deleted all references to it off their forums while they were up.

    http://www.runningwithscissors.com/postal3/requirements

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