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Enjoy this peaceful 4 hour long trailer for THE LONGING, a game that takes 400 days to beat
14 January 2020 at 5:00 pm UTC Likes: 1

I would love to see this game on GOG! You can vote here.

ShotX Studio got a big boost to sales by releasing a free torrent of Danger Gazers
14 January 2020 at 4:15 pm UTC

I simply love this.
Similar thing that Darkwood devs did two years ago, for those who didn't know: here.
As always big respect to them!

If you long for the days of Caesar III you can rejoice with the FOSS game engine Julius
10 January 2020 at 9:21 pm UTC Likes: 1

razing32Cool.
Wonder if the engine will be able tohandle other games in the future , like Pharaoh , Zeus or Emperor.

Oh I would LOVE that! But I don't think Julius will do that, but I hope for another project to do it.
Not to mention that it took 11 years to do Julius to Bianca van Schaik the author behind it.

The Level Editor and Steam Workshop support for the crazy Streets of Rogue is now live
10 January 2020 at 12:05 am UTC

The level editor will be available on GOG too? Many games have one on Steam but not on GOG (or at least not the Linux one).

Have a Razer laptop and use Linux? Keep a close eye on this new open source project
7 January 2020 at 7:53 pm UTC Likes: 2

CorbenWasn't it Razer who wanted to create the best Linux gaming laptop some time ago, but went completely silent on that?

Oh yeah, it was reported here on GoL...

QuoteWell - we're looking at it and we're inviting all Linux enthusiasts to weigh in at the new Linux Corner on Insider to post feedback, suggestions and ideas on how we can make it the best notebook in the world that supports Linux.

Well... ahah.

Exhumed/PowerSlave can now be played easily with a cross-platform game engine
4 January 2020 at 5:16 pm UTC

ageres
CyrilSo you have a compiled Windows version? As some years ago the dev removed the files due to legal issues.
He did, but I had downloaded it before and still keep it.

I think I did the same at the time but then removed it...
So thank you!

Thought... I would love to compile the Linux version!

Edit: And yes the Windows version of Powerslave EX works perfectly fine in Wine!

Exhumed/PowerSlave can now be played easily with a cross-platform game engine
4 January 2020 at 5:02 pm UTC

ageresBut Powerslave EX works fine in Wine. All I had to do to run it was installing 32-bit openal.

So you have a compiled Windows version? As some years ago the dev removed the files due to legal issues.

robvv
CyrilI have this bookmarked for a long time. How did you compile it? It would be great to be able to test it and compare with PCExhumed. Anyone else have some tips on that?

git clone https://github.com/nukeykt/NBlood.git
cd NBlood
make


That is all :-)

Further instructions here.

No I meant: how to compile Powerslave EX.

Exhumed/PowerSlave can now be played easily with a cross-platform game engine
4 January 2020 at 2:33 am UTC Likes: 1

QuotePerhaps GOG.com can do their usual revival magic to get it on their store to give people an easy place to get the data files.

DO IT, JUST DO IT!

FaalhaasFunny. I actually tried to run the old Powerslave EX last year, but failed.
Thank you for this new PCExhumed solution.

I have this bookmarked for a long time. How did you compile it? It would be great to be able to test it and compare with PCExhumed. Anyone else have some tips on that?

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