Archive for February, 2010

Troy Hepfner the president of My Game Company has posted sad news on the Linux Hardcore forums regarding GNU/Linux versions of Grubby Games : “Earlier this week, Big Fish Games, which bought out indie developer Grubby Games last year, canceled affiliate sales for the Linux versions of all games produced by Grubby Games. Their games […]

Galcon Fusion – Review

Posted: 24th February 2010 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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I rarely write game reviews because you can already find such reviews for the Windows ports on other gaming websites. In fact the only review I wrote was of the game Mystic Mine by a request from the Koonsolo developer Koen Witters. I was late to write news about Galcon Fusion release so I’ve decided […]

Today I’ve received an email from Frictional Games whom I’ve interviewed a few months ago about their upcoming survival horror game Amnesia : The Dark Descent : “Helsingborg, Sweden – 19th of February 2010 From the makers of the Penumbra series comes a brand new survival horror game, Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Today we are […]

Cortex Command – Brain Control

Posted: 15th February 2010 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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The small independent game development studio Data Realms are working on a new tactical management arcade style game named Cortex Command. This game will be ported to GNU/Linux by Frank Earl aka Svartalf – the man who ported the successful Caster game (and will also port his sequel). (ref) In Cortex Command, you play as […]

Youyungames are working on a new 3D fighting adventure game named HurricaneX2 for the 12th Independent Game Festival. Attempts to port the game engine to GNU/Linux are being made and there are a very good chances for their success. HurricaneX2 is a 3D Kung Fu fighting game developed by a Chinese Kung Fu practitioner. It […]

Natural Selection 2 and GNU/Linux

Posted: 7th February 2010 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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One of the Unknown Worlds developers, Max has posted a blogpost about the GNU/Linux port for their upcoming game Natural Selection 2 : “Beat Wolf asks: What platforms will be supported? (Linux, OS X, XBox, etc..) The web page still mentions Linux and OS X as target platforms, but there have been many doubts with […]

More Details On Primal Carnage

Posted: 5th February 2010 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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A few months ago I’ve posted about Primal Carnage which is an upcoming multiplayer first person shooter where the player takes the role of humans or dinosaurs. Now Luke Warm Media the developers of Primal Carnage revealed that they are using the cross platform Unigine game engine and made a new website for their game […]