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Re: Luring hard-core players to Linux.
On Saturday 30 August 2003 17:19, you wrote:
> Why should i play Tuxkart when i can play MotoGP2?
Well, one of these doesn't run on my powerpc notebook :)
> But we may create thing windows lacks.
> I repeat: there are *lots* of great ideas, *lots* of great games that does
> not need impressive graphics, or a team of dozens professionists....
> And these ideas, and these games are just waiting someone to create them.
During LinuxTag, quite a lot of Windows developers gave me business cards with
the intent to contribute. I've so far contacted them all and not heard back
from any of them.
> Think at the games you loved more: they were quite simple but very smart,
> balanced and replayeble infinite times.
True, but there can only be a limited number of them, and this leads to the
clones problem again (Tetris was innovative at its time).
Josef Spillner - KDE Developer's Conference - "Kastle 2003" - 21.-30.08.2003
Institute of Physical Biology :: University of South Bohemia :: Nové Hrady