New Loki Games Repository Emerges
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming on 26 September 2007 at 12:22 AM EDT. 22 Comments
The folks over at Tux Games have opened up a repository containing a collection of old software titles ported by Loki Games. This repository contains game updates as well as demos for some of their games ported during their short lifespan. At present there are 15 Linux game demos available and 22 folders of updates for software written by Loki. Keep in mind, of course, that the available software is years old. The software ranges from the Loki Installer to Unreal Tournament and Soldier of Fortune. This new repository can be found at Loki Files and you can find other Loki relics over at
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