The Spring RTS Engine recently had two more releases to fix many left outstanding bugs from the previous 0.82.3/0.82.2 releases. By the looks of it the new versions bring the overall stability to a major high considering the amount of big crash bugs fixed...
Congratulation to tweakedenigma for bagging the copy of Eschalon Book 2! Competition #3 is still on for someone on the forum to win a copy of Amnesia TDD on the 25th, so get posting!
[b]tweakedenigma wins Competition #2![/b] Congratulations to tweakedenigma for winning a copy of Eschalon Book 2. PM me with your email address and i will email it straight to Basilisk Games to get the licensed transfered to you! Remember Competition #3 is still on ready for the 25th for one lucky member to win Amnesia TDD!
Okay so this competition is to run side by side with competition number 2! [quote] Helsingborg, Sweden, 27/8 - 2010 We at Frictional Games are happy to announce that Amnesia: The Dark Descent has gone gold. We are extremely pleased with our creation and cannot wait to unleash our bundle of madness on the 8th of September...
Well i had to cut the first competition short by a few days (no biggy). The winner is...........[b]David Nielsen[/b] well done, you have been emailed! The reason for this is that i have installed phpbb and am in the process of moving anything user related on the website over to phpbbs user system, this means i will be wiping all current comments to make sure no comments get broken...
Okay so i forgot i had a spare copy of this, i got a copy of Osmos for Linux for helping to support them a while back with their port with a lot of advertising. So how would you lovely folks fancy your chances at winning the copy? Competition has [b]ended[/b]! All you have to do is answer this question in the comments: [b]Why do you think you deserve to win it?[/b] (yes that simple :)) If you are not registered and logged in, be sure to leave your email to contact you if you win! Edit > You can now leave your name and email in the boxes when you comment, no one but me sees your email so don't worry...
When i can find a reliable place that accepts credit/debit card to purchase downloadable LinuxGamePublishing titles i will run a competition once...maybe even twice a month. If you know somewhere reliable (not tuxgames.com i emailed a few times about errors buying to no reply!)...
Valve claim that Steam is not coming to Linux despite earlier reports suggesting that it will. Hopefully it will eventually.
Well puppygames have released a few new updates to Revenge of The Titans. [quote] Well, we've finally released the Saturn levels for Revenge of the Titans under the guise of version 1.5! This has been quite a complex release, what with the addition of several completely new alien types and a whole new world, and an awful lot of fiddling with balance, bug fixing, enhancement, and so on...
[url=http://wupra.com/]Wupra[/url] is offering a special deal for a short while on Linux games. If you buy two games you will get the third free, so what are you waiting for!
It has finally gotten to that time, along with a patch/fix info blog post for X3 LGP has also made plans for a new contest to win a game! [quote] Right, so, obviously this is long overdue, and I take the blame for that, been too easily distracted. But now it's time...
Okay so i actually have the internet now courtesy of Sky and my Dad who managed to figure out why it didn't work and do some re-wiring for me. So i would like to know what changes/additions/etc etc you want on the website. No matter how stupid or small a change let me know in the comments so i can see what people want from a Linux Gaming website.
The history inspired open source RTS 0 A.D. has finally released the first true Alpha version for everyone to play with! [quote] Wildfire Games proudly announces the release of the first alpha version of 0 A.D., a free, open-source game of ancient warfare...
The next major stable build of SpringRTS has now been released, it was 0.82.2 but they pushed right out a bug-fix release. [quote] Changes since the RC: Engine / General: [list] [*]miscellaneous OS X compile/link fixes [*]fixed incorrect handling of negative references in OBJParser [*]fixed misinterpretation of the OBJ spec [*]reorganized WindowState saving on exit on X [*]fixed source package build [*]always print crash errors to infolog [*]added i965_dri...
Enemy Territory from ID has been open sourced as reported by LinuxGames. I was hoping they would do it eventually, was a game a lost a lot of time to on the original Xbox. The sources have the full Enemy Territory single player and multiplayer for Return to Castle Wolfenstien! For those who don't know what it is: [quote] World War II rages and nations fall...
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