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mos 20 Nov

jeez
the basic value of "recreations" is the ability to play great old games, not them being open or free. some of them aren't BTW (but those mostly come in the form of updated binaries from someone with the access to the source, rather than a full recreation since its not needed in this case)

PS Hey, Liam stop playing a snowflake and add a proper +/- instead of the stupid 🖤
PPS and yeah it's still no Linux no buy. Not making a fuzz of it, no fits or anything. Just not interested. It's 2020 FFS. *nix is virtually everywhere, die windust DIEEEE!11

Last edited by mos on 20 November 2020 at 9:03 pm UTC

Liam Dawe 20 Nov

Quoting: mosPS Hey, Liam stop playing a snowflake and add a proper +/- instead of the stupid 🖤
No.

mos 20 Nov

link

Any recent noises re subj? Or have those back in Feb been the last?

slaapliedje 20 Nov

Quoting: Liam Dawe
Quoting: mosPS Hey, Liam stop playing a snowflake and add a proper +/- instead of the stupid 🖤
No.
Ha, yeah I don't see a need for a +/-, but occasionally it's easier to just make a laugh at a post rather than just a like.

Or a thanks. I like how AtariAge is set up. But not saying you should go through all the effort to set that up.

slaapliedje 22 Nov

Quoting: mosjeez
the basic value of "recreations" is the ability to play great old games, not them being open or free. some of them aren't BTW (but those mostly come in the form of updated binaries from someone with the access to the source, rather than a full recreation since its not needed in this case)

PS Hey, Liam stop playing a snowflake and add a proper +/- instead of the stupid 🖤
PPS and yeah it's still no Linux no buy. Not making a fuzz of it, no fits or anything. Just not interested. It's 2020 FFS. *nix is virtually everywhere, die windust DIEEEE!11
For me, the engine recreations are great because they generally include enhancements, or even the ability to play older games on original platforms they were not originally released for. Take ScummVM for example. I can fire it up on the Amiga and play VGA enhanced versions that only came out for DOS! Or of course Doom, which has been ported to just about everything at this point.

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