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The 7DFPS Challenge 2014: A Linux Perspective

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Cheeseness 11 Dec, 2014
As an aside, Liam was excited enough by War of Toys to reach out to the developers and ask if they had plans to continue development. Apparently they do.

The Probably Archery developers have put their title, Paint the town Red up on Greenlight offering Linux support and are hoping to have Linux builds available at some point soon.

There are likely to be more and more titles offering Linux builds over time (when 7DFPS ended, about half of what's here now did), so feel free to peruse the non-Linux games as well and let developers know what you appreciate!
HadBabits 11 Dec, 2014
Excellent work as always, Cheese :) I might try to brush up on my programming today!
flesk 11 Dec, 2014
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Yeah, great article. :)
Cheeseness 11 Dec, 2014
Thanks guys! If either of you (or anyone else) gets involved with 7DFPS next year, let me know. I'd love to see more Linux using developers participating :D

Also, if anybody gets a chance to try out any of this year's games, I'd be keen to hear some more opinions!
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