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Re: GFX under Linux

Mark D'voo wrote:
> really? only obsolete games.  What about return to castle wolfenstein? it
> only took a week to get linux multi palyer binaries, not too bad

That is *one* example.  Quake (same company) is the only other.

I can think of no other commercial game that came out for Linux within six
months of the Windoze version.

> > I don't have any hopes for commercial games for Linux. For gaming I have
> > my good old PS2. It's fun to try to do some stupid games yourself, but I
> > know Linux will never have a nice games market, except for old conversions
> > for already obsolete Windows games. The blame can IMO be put on the main
> > distros that have no cooperation at all.

I'm not ready to give up on it yet.

I still think Linux can get a respectable share of the desktop market and
when it does, games will come.

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