Cold War has been updated to 1.0.2. This primarily fixes game launching problems some have experienced.
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Do you plan to sell games on Steam for Linux?
We’re certainly open to the idea.
You ported Soul Ride to Linux Sparc/Alpha and Candy Cruncher to Linux Sparc. Alpha and Sparc are 64-bit processors.
What are the differences between porting games to Linux Alpha(64- bit)/Sparc(64-bit) and porting games to Linux x86-64?
I ask, because i’m not a programer.
Can you just use source code from Linux versions of Soul Ride Alpha(64- bit)/Sparc(64-bit) and Candy Cruncher Sparc (64-bit), if you want create these ports of games to Linux x86-64?
Is there any plans for a X3:reunion patch for AMD/ATI owners!
Yes, more than just plans. It’s being worked on.
Good to see that you’re alive and kicking.
Do you plan to create a new installer for linux version of Knights and Merchants: The Shattered Kingdom?
I ask, because language selection is broken.
Love this game and bought it from LGP.
Glad to see you guys alive – please port more stuff! I think with Steam coming, you’re more relevant than ever.
cool, no more LD_LIBRARY_PATH and symlink hacking
works for me just fine on ubuntu 10.04 32bit
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