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Freedom Planet Probably Coming To Linux
Posted Ganoo, 19 January 2013 at 4:31 pm UTC / 2925 views
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There recently has been an update at the Freedom Planet Kickstarter page .
QuoteWe continue to be amazed at your incredible support. We passed the $4000 mark overnight, so not only will this help us on the animation side of things, but we can also start considering hiring a programmer to help with porting the game to Mac and Linux. We have been talking with someone through private messages and they have generously provided us with a list of references, so once the Kickstarter has concluded, we'll begin our search.
Since this game was created using Multimedia Fusion 2 this could have great potential.
An update for Anaconda runtime could result in a great list of games to be ported (not to forget, Freedom Planet itself looks very cool as well)

A nice list from the Multimedia Fusion 2 website to show what games are made by this engine
QuoteNightSky

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Spirit Engine II


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Neva


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Enlightenus


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Crystal Towers 2


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Luor


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Pitiri 1977


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Noitu Love 2


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Really Big Sky


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Splotches


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liamdawe commented on 19 January 2013 at 5:52 pm UTC

MMF is a great tool, just wish it had a native build of the creator, although it does work perfectly in wine. It's great to see the multi-platform exporter is still being updated!

MMF is a great tool, just wish it had a native build of the creator, although it does work perfectly in wine. It's great to see the multi-platform exporter is still being updated!

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