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Re: Anyone on this list?

On Tue, 29 Oct 2002, Steve Baker wrote:

> * Both TuxKart and TuxAQFH are what I'd call successful - but still solo
>    projects.  They are good enough to get 5 star ratings and to make it
>    into many Linux distro's - both have had download counts in the hundreds
>    of thousands.  The only help I ever got for either one was a contribution
>    of some original music to TuxKart - and some minimal help in getting the
>    games to run on other OS's.

Hey! I contributed a "loading level" dialog for TuxKart - it never made it 
into the game though :-)

> But of those 926 games, 400 are 'unrated' - ie so bad that people didn't
> even bother to rate them. only 218 got 4 or 5 stars on the rating system.

Huh - I have an unrated game there - I don't think it is bad:


It got 5 cows on tucows - OK, that was the svgalib version, now it runs in 




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