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[News] More Games Being Ported to Linux

EVE Fanfest: A Wealth of Announcements

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| "Fannar also revealed that the company is actively developing
| Linux support for EVE Online. He also strongly hinted - to the
| point where he basically confirmed - that an Apple client was
| also in the works."


Also this:

Q-Gears - Version 0.09 Just Released

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| Q-gears is an attempt to make a clone of Squaresoft's Final Fantasy
| 7 game engine. It is designed to be cross-platform and run on
| modern operating systems such as Win32 and Linux. In the future
| this is to serve as a framework for compatibility with other
| Square games. Many games after this were created with the
| same code base and design philosophy.


In the past week:

Why We Need an Open Source Second Life

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| Linden Lab, the company behind Second Life, is very open-source friendly.
| Its computing infrastructure is based on thousands of servers running
| GNU/Linux, Apache, Squid and MySQL.


Free Ryzom!

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| Help us make Ryzom a Free MMORPG! Donate now to help us purchase the
| source code, artwork and intellectual property associated with Ryzom, so
| we can breathe new life into it as an open, democratically run
| player project.


Ankh for Linux?

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| As Thomas Steiding announced at linuxforen.de, Runesoft is
| considering to port Ankh to Linux. Ankh is an adventure game
| awarded with the "German game of the year 2005" award. As a
| prerequisite 200 preorders for the linux version are needed.
| In case the game is ported, the German and English version is
| considered to be available on CD (or DVD).


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