LXer: Game Dev Tycoon Review
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 22, 2013
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Game Dev Tycoon is a business simulation game that was developed by Greenheart Games. It was released on December 10, 2012 for Microsoft Windows, Windows RT, Mac OS X and Linux. The premise of the game is that you are starting your own video game development company in the 80s where the gaming industry initially started.
LXer: The Battle For Wesnoth Game Review
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 26, 2007
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The Battle for Wesnoth is not your typical run-of-the-mill TBS game. The genre turn-based strategy, or TBS, is very self-explanatory. It is, simply put, a game where-as the game flow is broken down into turns or rounds and the game plays from there on. Although there are many other fantasy-themed titles floating around the Internet, this one does stand out of the crowd with its many intriguing features. For starters, the game offers nearly 200 forms of units along with 16 variations of races and six factions to choose from. The game allows the users to become creative and embark on their own personalized journeys. From conceiving your own units and characters to forging the worlds you dream of being in, the Battle for Wesnoth is a must-have download for any gamer out there.
Anybody planning to review X3 reunion for Full circle?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 11, 2008
X3 Reunion is Gold!
I'm just opening this thread to make sure somebody is going to review it for Full Circle. It's at the moment the best commercial game for Linux and deserves some publicity, especially since LGP (and Egosoft) have been loyal by offering X2 fans (also ported by LGP) the sequel also on Linux - and good sales would only encourage more commercial games to be ported on Linux (and give LGP more capital to found the ports). Even on Windows the game is a customer friendly game, with interesting updates adding new content for years.
I know somebody is going to ask "then why don't you review it", but I won't be able to even start playing the game before 1 or 2 month (even though I'll order it before) . When I'll get the time, however, I'd like to write a tutorial, a step-by-step guide for newbies so they can get into this complex game easily, but I'll have to play the game for a while before I can do that (and I've got other Ubuntu-related projects which are g
LXer: ZOD Engine – Game Review
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 2, 2011
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Today we’ll take a look at a remake of the classic game Z. Z was a real strategy pc game by Bitmap Brothers launched in 1996. It is about two armies of robots (red and blue) battling to conquer different planets.The remake it’s Zod Engine is an open source remake written in C++ using the SDL library and available for Linux/ e Windows.The Zod Engine is a multiplayer oriented game where as Z is a single player oriented game. Here you will be able to for the first time do things such as play games against multiple bot players, or play the original levels with friends helping you on the same team.
LXer: 10 Million the game Review
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 15, 2013
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So I decided to go ahead and buy 10 Million as soon as it popped up as available on Steam Linux and here are my thoughts and a video of me playing it rather poorly!
Favorite hardware review site...
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 16, 2008
What is your favourite hardware review site? Do they do any reviews of hardware running Linux?
My favourite site is tomshardware.com but I have always wished they would do more of their hardware reviews under Linux. It would be most interesting to see them do ones where the same application exists for multiple operating systems. It would also be nice to see them bash a hardware manufacturer when their product doesn't work well under Linux just like they would if it performed poorly under Windows. I think that would at the very least drive more attention towards hardware support under Linux while helping people buy the hardware that runs the applications they need it to run.
If I want to see what video card will run Crysis the best all I have to do is hit up any major hardware review site. But if I want to see how well that same card will perform under Ubuntu with Desktop Effects and such I have to hunt around a forum and ask other members that have tried it. And if I can't find a
Hardware Review For Build
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 11, 2008
I'm getting ready to build a Mythbuntu box (I'm psyched!).
I just got the case, but have no other hardware. I wanted to get some input/feedback from the community before buying anything else. The case is a low-profile case, so the cards must be low profile. I will need to purchase adaptor brackets for the cards listed, but they will fit.
If anyone sees any possible compatibility problems with this lineup, or any suggestions please reply and let me know!
Case: Ahanix MCE 301
Remote: Mock-ro-soft Windows MCE (came with ahanix case)
MOBO: ASUS P5K-VM LGA 775 Intel G33 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6550 Conroe 2.33GHz
Video Card: MSI NX8500GT-MTD256EH GeForce 8500GT 256MB 128-bit GDDR2 PCI Express x16 HDCP Ready Silent Heatsink Video Card
Tuner Card: pcHDTV HD-5500
Power Supply: CORSAIR CMPSU-550VX ATX12V V2.2 550W Power Supply
Memory: Kingston 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 667 (PC2 5300)
HD 1: Western D
How to use micromax 3gb usb modem in oraclelinuxserver6
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 28, 2011
I need to know that how to use my micromax MMX 352G (USB MODEM) in oracle linux.
i am unable to detect my modem using wvdialconf.
Please answer in detail or send a link.
LXer: Drobo Storage Robot Review
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 27, 2007
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Standalone backup solutions are always a great alternative to effortlessly backing up necessary files in case disaster strikes, and it usually strikes at the worst possible time when you forgot to update your backups over the last weekend. However, things aren’t so bad these days. With the rise of online backup services and terabytes worth of storage space in third party devices with complimentary applications, there’s no reason to lose any data now.
My Review of MSDOS 6.22
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 4, 2007
Microsoft DOS Version 6.22
Back in the "dark ages" of computing, real men didn't use Macintoshes, or mice, we used DOS, DOS was awesome because, by not having a GUI, only people that truly understood what they were doing could get anything done, therefore, USENET was USEFUL, because AOL couldn't dump all it's users there, thinking that it was another service, of AOL. (And many other downward turns the PC has taken since then).
Below, I will go into nine, detailed reasons why I think DOS is better than Windows, and in certain cases, Windows Vista, here goes.
9 Reasons Windows Vista can suck it!
1. It's easier to get MS-DOS installed.
There is no product activation wizard, and there is no point in the installation where it prompts you for a serial number, come to think of it, I do believe I copied my MS-DOS floppy disk set from my Aunt, who copied it from work, who had 50 copies running on their office PC'
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