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    Re: Widely accessible 3D development?

    You don't have to place it on a remote server, you can keep the HTML5 files on your computer, open them in your browser and develop it as you go. You only need to upload it if you have to share.
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    Re: Widely accessible 3D development?

    Nice demo, it's running fine on my end.

    All the best with all your future work.
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    Re: Widely accessible 3D development?

    I was looking into having 3D stuff display on the browser, and the truth seems to be your best options are either Unity, WebGL, or something using Flash.

    Personally, I'd suggest WebGL. It's an...
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    Re: Idea: Porting Halo: Custom Edition to Linux

    Hey King Dude,
    What you're suggesting is theoretically possible. It's known as creating an open source clone of a game engine. Off the top of my head there's other examples like CorsixTH for Theme...
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    Re: How to make a Game

    Going through all your options, I think your best option is Stencyl. It runs on Ubuntu, exports to Flash, and is designed to make game development easier for those with no extensive programming...
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    Re: Counter-Strike: GO Might Soon Be Out On Linux

    ELD, the truth is you don't have a fact to support any of your arguments, and you never had.

    You claimed Phronix was bad, you claimed a Reddit subforum was better, you claim I am blinded, you...
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    Re: Counter-Strike: GO Might Soon Be Out On Linux

    You're saying I blindly believe everything Phoronix says? I'm slightly insulted at you saying that about me, but if you back up the comment with a good example of me doing this I'd appreciate it....
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    Re: Counter-Strike: GO Might Soon Be Out On Linux

    Express your own opinion if you wish, but do not pretend to say what my opinion on a matter is.
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    Re: Counter-Strike: GO Might Soon Be Out On Linux

    I already mentioned that exact article:



    As I've said, he was reporting on this UK Telegraph article which stated:



    If you look at the Phoronix article you linked, you can specifically...
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    Re: Counter-Strike: GO Might Soon Be Out On Linux

    ELD, I cannot think of what article you're thinking of. Phoronix started with a few articles about finding Linux relevant stuff in the Steam client and hyping it slightly, it came to a head when he...
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    Re: Counter-Strike: GO Might Soon Be Out On Linux

    I've already dug up the Phoronix article you're referring to, he was referencing this Telegraph article (last paragraph). Effectively an English newspaper stated Valve had confirmed that the Steam...
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    Re: Counter-Strike: GO Might Soon Be Out On Linux

    ELD, Horbo asked you simply to point out a story from Phoronix that turned out to be BS, and you failed to do that. One of the people you quoted claimed that Phoronix lied about Unreal Tournament 3...
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    Re: La Vida- The Sims For Linux

    That's fantastic!

    Great to see you're making progress.
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    Re: La Vida- The Sims For Linux

    Hey Mickey, best of luck with the campaign.

    I am a bit disappointed you're dropping the open source aspect, but since you're the main guy who's pushing this forward and doing all the work, it's...
  15. Tiny and Big: Grandpa's Leftovers - seems overlooked, but I found it fun

    So I'd heard about Tiny and Big before, but when it came on Steam ( http://store.steampowered.com/app/205910/ ) I decided to try it out.

    It was actually a pretty fun game. It's a 3d jump-and-slice...
  16. Thread: The Dark Reef

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    Re: The Dark Reef

    It's awesome to see more Linux games, but I'm afraid I have some harsh feedback on the Kickstarter page:


    Video doesn't contain gameplay footage or screenshots.
    The link to his website is broken...
  17. Factorio - a factory/assembly line building survival game on IndieGoGo, has demo

    http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/factorio

    Been playing this game and it's fun. You have to build up all these conveyor belts and mining machines and smelters so that you've got this entirely...
  18. Re: MorenvaProject Creator doing indiegogo campaign to go to LGM

    So essentially, a guy who's involved in making a free culture Animé-styled movie, and helped develop an open source animation tool called Synfig to achieve this aim, now wants to attend the Libre...
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    Re: Ubuntu Satanic Edition

    Oh my! Such unwholesomeness in this thread!

    I must combat it by posting a link to Ubuntu Christian Edition!
  20. Thread: Tetris

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    Re: Tetris

    I won't link you to a pure Tetris game, but I will link you to a game that is Not Tetris 2.

    It's essentially Tetris with realistic physics. If you don't line up the blocks perfectly, they tumble...
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    Re: Canonical should look at purchasing THQ

    I actually think it would be a good idea for Canonical to do something like this, gain a game development team that would make high quality Ubuntu exclusives. Whether buying THQ is the best way to do...
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    Re: Playing Games (DOTA2 mainly) on Ubuntu

    Valve will probably port DOTA2 to Linux in the long term, it runs on the Source engine and Valve have been clear about their Linux strategy. However, it could be a while before this happens...
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    Re: Yes, Another "RPG Maker for Linux" Thread

    Open and sourced: I'm not seeing many, if you could point them out, I'd appreciate it.

    ntz: If you can compile from source, you're most of the way there.

    Github is basically a way of storing...
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    Re: Yes, Another "RPG Maker for Linux" Thread

    The most active one I know of is EasyRPG, it's aiming to pretty much replace RPG Maker (both editor for making new games, and player for playing genereated and existing RPG Maker games) and seems to...
  25. Re: THQ games (metro 2033, red faction etc) in a humble bundle!

    I don't quite get what you're saying there desktorp, but it seems that your inital post about the games being bad was just a joke on your behalf along the lines of "sour grapes".

    In any event, I...
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