Linux Gaming Publishing - Still Down

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Well as Phoronix picked up Linux Game Publishing has been down for a long time now. After over a month and a half they have only just managed to get the key server operational for copy protected games (Their own website is still down).

I refrained from posting on the subject until now as before debates about LGP have gotten very heated. To the point that someone claiming to be the head of LGP (Mike) posted a long comment on our friends site here - to me the comment if it is indeed Mike from LGP was totally unprofessional and childish (to this day I hope it wasn't him!). In the earlier article i wrote for GOL i said that LGP needed to get their act together...that was months before this happened.

Right now the LGP site is still a big wall of text giving reason after reason why the website, key sever, tuxgames and happypenguin are/where down (some are back finally). As many people have picked up on - the entire business was run off 1 large hard drive...

Not only that but still they have 2 game ports several years "in-the-making".

So...will you ever trust LGP again with your money?

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