Linux IPX game server software???
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 12, 2003
Ok I don't know if this even exists, so this might be a stupid question...
Are there any software for making an IPX game server for games like Doom, C&C, Duke3d etc? It would be sorta like Kali I guess. Anyone know what I'm talking about?
Using Linux on game consoles. (or handhelds)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 9, 2008
I'm playing with the idea of buying a console for myself and using linux to run emulators for old systems, watch movies, listen to music, etc.
Of course the PS3 seems like the best choice since it actually supports Linux and doesn't require some dirty hack but also it locks out things like video acceleration so I'm wondering how it is for watching movies. Also I like how simple it is to change the HD. (And that little thingy called MGS4 ) I'm also quite interested in how the Wii, X360 and older consoles are doing in this field. I'd prefer to have a possibility other than installing a mod chip though. (something like the twilight hack)
Just to be clear, my plan is to not only run Linux but also play games so that "feature" must still be easily accesible.
I've found many websites on how to install it but very little on how the daily life after installation is. Therefore... Has anyone got some experience with Linux on console? How easy/hard was it to install the penguin
Linux + Games + Game Engine
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 26, 2007
I have already stated, I converted to Linux by force, but that's not the point..
I would like to learn how to create a game engine. Before I do so, I would like to know which Linux OS would create/be the best environment to support this?
I love playing games. As a newbie, I understand that I can't insert a disc, install and start playing like under windows OS. I would like to know which Linux OS would create/be the best environment to support this?
I have noticed the program 'Cedega' being mentioned within posts that appear when the word 'Games' is used in 'search forum'. What's it's significance with Games? What does it do? How to use it?
Warcraft III and Linux Sister Game
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 6, 2006
Many of the popular Windoze games have a similar game on the linux box. Is there a game similar to Warcraft III that is available on the Linux boxes. I have Cedega and a video card on order. But I love the Genre of Warcraft III/Frozen Throne, but because of familiarity have been getting a little bored with them and would like to try something else. I looked through the games directory and didn't find anything, does anyone have a suggestion for a game with similar strats as WCIII but a little bit different that is a Linux game.
Trivial Linux Puzzle Game
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 29, 2005
Here is a trivial Linux puzzle game I wrote
I wrote it in order to do some AI addon's later on to it as to refresh my AI knowledge. However you may still download that trivial version and gimme your comments.
Saw my first linux only game box last night
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 14, 2003
Yeah, I know...I don't get out much.
I've seen distros and a few games on the shelves that I know have linux ports available...
But yesterday I saw the first linux-only game box game I've ever seen. (I know it was originally published for Windows...but my point is that this box contained only the linux version)
Sure it was on a discount shelf, sure it was a game that didn't interest me much, but what the hell, I got a cool thrill seeing the penguin prominent on the box and the words "game CD-ROM for linux operating system"
It was Myth2-Soulblighter...
I would have bought it if I had had 20$ (Canadian)...I think I'll go back there next paycheck
Anyway...no biggie...I just thought it was very cool to see.
will you play windows game or linux native game Page 2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 29, 2007
and oh, the emulator was WINE (is WINE really an emulator?) bwaha...
LXer: Ryzom MMORPG for Linux Removes Game Limits, Almost Free to Play Now
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 13, 2011
Published at LXer:
Ryzom 3D MMORPG for Linux has removed lots of limits and caps for new players who want to play the game without a paid subscription. Instead, the developers have chose to keep a Level limit of 125 beyond which new players will stop getting experience points. This is a nice move as now it is almost free to play the game without any time or place limits.
LXer: Linux MMORPG Game Engine Sees Major Update
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 23, 2009
Published at LXer:
Regnum Online, a Massively Multi-player Online Role Playing Game that has a native Linux client offered by its developers (NGD Studios), has received a major overhaul. Regnum Online is one of the very few MMORPGs that has a native Linux client, but now its own game engine got a whole lot more powerful. The game engine has been reworked greatly and is now known as NG3D2.0, but later this year they already plan to introduce another major update on top of that.
Simple Linux OpenGL game
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 16, 2005
Are there any simple opengl game that runs on linux (Like pong) I can look at? Iam trying to learn opengl but can't find good examples.
Thanks in advance!
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