Last edited by jorgerosa; November 5th, 2007 at 07:37 AM.
Many emulation (emulators), and games edited/added. Cya.
New post, mine again, but i guess worth it, check this:
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Last edited by jorgerosa; December 1st, 2007 at 02:42 AM.
Come on jorgerosa...where's nethack? xDD
Last edited by Xavieran; December 8th, 2007 at 02:25 PM.
Check out iteam, a FOSS kind of gunbound
Winning is a combination of 10% skill, 10% luck and
80% the other guy being worse than you...
Last edited by jorgerosa; January 20th, 2008 at 11:05 PM.
Dark Horizons: Lore Invasion (is now FREE!)
Description here: http://www.garagegames.com/products/29/
Download here (nevermind it say its a demo, dont need to fill the form, just click on "Begin Download" there) http://www.garagegames.com/pg/demo.php?id=29
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Last edited by jorgerosa; January 20th, 2008 at 11:11 PM.
Dwarven Fortress runs pretty flawlessly under WINE.
It's like the old Windows "Majesty" game, where you assign tasks / roles to characters, and their AI controls them from there. It's a mix of unit management, strategy, city construction, etc. You start with a small band of dwarves to create a settlement, then work your way up to creating a fortress. It's ASCII graphics (but you can get tile-sets), but still very complex and entertaining. So complex, in fact, that the game would sometimes chug on my 2.4ghz machine. (It's basically a living virtual world, with weather, economics, etc, which requires some computing power to run.)
It even has a solo "rouge-like" adventurer mode, but all you can really do in that mode right now is wander around, kill some stuff, and get your butt kicked (some of the monsters are insanely tough, like the Shelob-like Cave Spiders).
The game (although very playable and good) is still in Alpha, because the developer still has tons more stuff he wants to do with it.
Installation is fairly straight-forward. You just unzip the folder, then create an executable document/script file that has "wine <dwarf fortress executable name>". Then you can just open the folder and run the script file, and it'll start wine & the game for you.