GNU/Linux Game Porters Needed for Osmos !

Posted: 8th March 2010 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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Hemispheregames the developers of the cross platform game Osmos are looking for someone to make the GNU/Linux port.

Q : “Any update on this, you guys have been rather quiet on that front.

A : “Unfortunately no updates on the linux front. We’re actually busy working on the iPhone/iPad port at the moment, which is coming along really well.
That said, I have been looking for someone good to do the linux port (none of us are linux experts), so if you know any solid linux programmers (graphics, sound, packaging…) please send them our way.


So if any of you think you can port Osmos to GNU/Linux, please signup on the forum and PM eddybox or email them at .

Thanks for ELD aka liamdawe for bringing my attention to this subject.

About Osmos :
Enter the ambient world of Osmos: elegant, physics-based gameplay, dreamlike visuals, and a minimalist, electronic soundtrack.
Your objective is to grow by absorbing other motes. Propel yourself by ejecting matter behind you. But be wise: ejecting matter also shrinks you. Relax… good things come to those who wait.
Progress from serenely ambient levels into varied and challenging worlds. Confront attractors, repulsors and intelligent motes with similar abilities and goals as you.

Osmos Gameplay Video :


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Thread About The GNU/Linux Port

  1. Eddy says:

    Hey everyone,

    Eddy Boxerman from Hemisphere Games here.

    After much back and forth (and a couple of nice offers from experienced Linux folk), our very own Dave Burke has decided to tackle the port himself! Who knew he was such a masochist? 😉

    In fact we both have solid UNIX experience from our CS backgrounds, but more on the user and coding side. I’m no sysadmin, but Dave decided to dive right in! And he’s reported back that after some initial head-banging on installation and configuration (he’s started with Ubuntu), things are progressing really well.

    So thanks again for everyone’s help and offers on the Osmos Linux front. Seems like a really great community — one which we’re looking forward to joining very soon! 🙂