I received a message from Sönke Hahn from the game studio JoyRideLabs in Berlin.
They are developing their first game called Nikki and the robots.
It runs on Linux and a big part of it is free software (LGPL / CC BY-SA). Recently they have
released their first binary alpha-version of the game.
They also asked me if we could show their game at Linuxtag in Berlin in May – folks pretty sure we show you this game
Gaming on Linux made an interview with Michael Bog, the developer of the ZOD engine.
Read here: http://www.gamingonlinux.info/chill/index.php?threads/interview-with-michael-bok-developer-of-the-zod-engine.416/#post-1562
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Dan Kegel released winetricks 20110311b this release is a bug fix release with many new features and 70 games added.
Changes since winetricks-20110123
(for anyone who has not been using the alpha versions):
- manages multiple wineprefixes
- apps are now installed into separate wineprefixes by default
- gui now split into separate pages for games, benchmarks, apps, dlls, fonts
- gui now shows approximate disk requirement and install times
- gui now lets you pick silent installation mode
- apps that are broken (e.g. have drm that wine can’t handle) are
- now hidden by default, gui has a button to reveal them
- 70 games added, including Dragon Age II demo, Starcraft II demo, Mass Effect 2, and Mass Effect 2 demo, Call of Duty…
- Many updates and bugfixes
Changes since winetricks-alpha-20110310:
- mdac25, mdac27 removed, as downloads no longer available
- mdac28: updated to sp1
- sizes/times in gui updated. (Most show download + install time; a future release will show just install time.)