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  • Salvation Prophecy - some sort of space shooter, focusing on single player

    Soshiant - third person adventure based on persian myths


    Oh, and any word on Zombie Driver?

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    • Miegakure looks like fun, no idea about engine or programming language, but it's planned for a Mac release so I guess it should be somewhat portable?

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhBoY6s-Fhw

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      • Interesting, after the Xkcd/Slashdotting of Miegakure the blog post announcing the game now mentions "Linux"

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        • Don't know if it's been asked already(a lot of posts to read through)

          Is the new Star trek online coming/open to the idea of a linux port/version?

          Pete.

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          • Originally posted by pete910 View Post
            Is the new Star trek online coming/open to the idea of a linux port/version?
            It's been mentioned by the studio that they'd LIKE to do one (My co-worker was one of the beta testers and he's been pestering me to play it... ) but that they'd have to evaluate when it gets done relative to whether or not they do console versions of the game or not.

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            • Originally posted by whizse View Post
              Interesting, after the Xkcd/Slashdotting of Miegakure the blog post announcing the game now mentions "Linux"
              Guess we won't worry about that one until they express time/resource constraints to getting it out.

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              • so, can we hold our breaths for a eu2(or similar) port anytime in the future, or did that die?

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                • Battle Dex - turn based strategy mixed with a collectible card game.

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                  • Please tell me Google is getting behind the Xorg graphics stack and standardization efforts for Linux in general and that Chrome OS supports Linux standardized games and programs so that it will be able to run new and upcoming Linux games/programs. Google's support with pushing Linux to the masses can help the Linux software ecosystem, so I hope that support is there, and it won't be another Android (basically a completely separate platform from the standard Linux platform).

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                    • Originally posted by Yfrwlf View Post
                      Please tell me Google is getting behind the Xorg graphics stack and standardization efforts for Linux in general and that Chrome OS supports Linux standardized games and programs so that it will be able to run new and upcoming Linux games/programs. Google's support with pushing Linux to the masses can help the Linux software ecosystem, so I hope that support is there, and it won't be another Android (basically a completely separate platform from the standard Linux platform).
                      I wouldn't count it. Most likely it'll be a separate platform.
                      Hopefully I'm wrong.
                      ... but even if I'm not wrong, the community could always create some type of Chromium OS emulator, and run Chrome OS games on Linux - so we'll win something either way.

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