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  • #11
    Originally posted by smitty3268 View Post
    Less programmable? I think you meant to say something else.
    I agree that the sentence isn't perfect in its meaning.

    You can substitute "more effort is needed to program it" for "less programmable" if the programmers want to meet a certain performance target (certain frames-per-second value).

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    • #12
      Originally posted by FireBurn View Post
      UK folk can get it here for £5 http://www.cdkeys.com/pc/games/mad-max-pc it was cheaper here http://www.gamesdeal.com/mad-max.html before the pound went into freefall
      Buying from 3rd party key vendors hurts Linux Game Development. Sometimes the keys are stolen or given out as review copies to fake reviewers, if you care about bringing more games to Linux spend the extra bucks and but it from one of the main vendors - Ferrel, Steam, Gog or GreenManGaming or whoever.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by ElectricPrism View Post

        Buying from 3rd party key vendors hurts Linux Game Development. Sometimes the keys are stolen or given out as review copies to fake reviewers, if you care about bringing more games to Linux spend the extra bucks and but it from one of the main vendors - Ferrel, Steam, Gog or GreenManGaming or whoever.
        I didn't realise that, I thought they were both legit games sites

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        • #14
          Originally posted by FireBurn View Post

          I didn't realise that, I thought they were both legit games sites
          They may be legit (I don't know about this one in particular), but that doesn't mean they properly register whether a sale was for Linux. Since Feral has confirmed that they only get paid for sales that are explicitly attributed to Linux and macOS, buying from a site that doesn't make this distinction hurts Linux development. Feral has said on reddit that most key stores do not register OS. Only Humble Bundle was confirmed to register the OS of the sale properly.

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          • #15
            I've used a lot of those pages and have never had any problems, although I know people who have had some problems. Anyway, if you want a site where you can compare and tell you which stores are "Official" and which ones are not, I recommend this search engine of offers https://gocdkeys.com/en

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