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    Re: Early adopters bloodied by Ubuntu

    When you use fglrx, the DPI in resolution changes will become inconsistent, and this affects xfce the worst. I wonder if that's fixed yet.
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    Re: Early adopters bloodied by Ubuntu

    Am I doing something wrong waiting only for Xubuntu instead?

    I'm not a fan of the sudden "gotta make it so-obviously-not-Windows different" decisions done by either GNOME or KDE teams...
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    Re: controller choice for fps'/urban terror

    Not to mention, Quake3's joystick support is more limited than its predecessors. I imagine the free games from this technology are all the same if not worse in controller support. It tends to be a...
  4. Re: For when an emulator that emulates all machines for linux?

    Lol he just pasted the list of known emulators from the Zophar site.

    Anyway, MESS.
  5. Re: A clone of Jedi Knight II, in the repos., for LINUX ?

    That's for Windows.

    There is no source code released so no porting of them is possible. There's a project that reverse engineers Dark Forces, but it is closed source.

    A clone game of JK2 is...
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    Re: old-school gaming

    You can buy it from Good Old Games.
  7. Re: Please request gearbox software for a duke nukem forever linux port.

    It would have to be up to Ryan Gordon to come to the rescue for this one as its renderer is rewritten. Doesn't it use physics middleware too?
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    Re: Favourite types of games

    Simple X arcade games that don't hog resources, call SDL or take minutes to get started. No one makes new games like this anymore.
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    Re: Steel Storm Episode II new media footage

    Right now, Linux Game Tome is in a bit of a broken state recovering from broken backups. I'm sure by the time that comes back you'll find a new linux audience.
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    Re: Is PunkBuster intrusive?

    I like how Punkbuster is still looked at as the devil for checking game binaries and their dependencies for modifications like any self-respecting anti cheat system would do.

    I don't find the...
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    Re: Desktop Games for Ubuntu?

    Desktop Toys, the original from 1995 by Piranha also runs on WINE without a hitch. Good luck finding that though, its existence is displaced by its slightly more known sequels as well as all of the...
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    Re: Bootable usb's on public computers

    This scenario is most likely. Public computers aren't "do whatever you freaking want!!!" workstations, regardless of the computer literacy its owner is.
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    Re: Neo-Geo Emulator For Linux

    NeoRageX has been long dead, no one really uses it anymore. It's very old and it's very broken. Players of that moved on to Kawaks in Windows.


    MAME is your best bet from the top of my head.
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    Re: Good Lightweight games?

    xjump is very lightweight, you can still run it on first generation Pentiums today.

    Any roguelike is lightweight as well.
  15. Re: Legal ramifications of downloading old SNES games

    Only the "(PD)" ones are legal, but only a few of the public domain ROMs are actually games and if they're games, they're simpler games like Minesweeper and Pacman. Most of them are questionable...
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    Re: First playable alpha release of 0 A.D.

    Then it's 100% complete. It's hard to get past "they changed it now it sucks" when you try to improve from the initial release, especially for a multiplayer functional game. There might not even be a...
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    Re: Warcraft 2.exe

    A trusted source
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    Re: fps games like battlefield

    Enemy Territory: Quake Wars is the closest match if you don't mind shooting bald aliens.
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    Re: Live Distro with games

    I used to like the Linux Live Game Project. It packed a whole lot for a 650mb CD.
    Unfortunately with many games requiring OpenGL and the sticky legalities regarding the accelerated drivers...
  20. Poll: Re: Could firefox 4 cause a resurgence in market share?

    I've been using Firefox since it was Phoenix. For every major milestone, it's always had the hype bigger than its substance. "Faster" and "efficient" is way far from the truth. It's why I use...
  21. Thread: Open Sonic

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    Re: Open Sonic

    Are they selling games?

    OpenSonic is under a license that explicitly permits that, which goes against the use of Sonic art, trademark and characters hence its calling out for people to make that...
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    Re: Ever Consider Going Back to WIndows?

    Oh, i've considered it. I've considered it enough that i'm back on Windows already without regret of missing functionality.

    Is that USB storage thing a Sandisk? I know at least they have annoying...
  23. Re: Fans stage blackout to save FlashForward

    Already ended, but they've got enough spin-offs to keep that name going onward. It's lasted from 1990, anyway, so prepare for the spin-off... in LOS ANGELES!!

    Redundancy +3
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    Re: dog fighting flight game??

    Sopwith-SDL is all I can think of, but that's 22 years before WW2.
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    Re: I need another anime like azumanga daioh.

    Looks like you're wanting the chaotic stuff. Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo is just that, but for real men.
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