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Re: More Linux 3D Games

  • Subject: Re: More Linux 3D Games
  • From: "DFS" <nospam@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2006 22:17:24 -0500
  • Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.advocacy
  • Organization: BellSouth Internet Group
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Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> __/ [DFS] on Tuesday 21 February 2006 02:49 \__

>> Are you trying to irk me?  You don't have to play Wolfenstein online
>> or multiplayer.  It has an entire single-player campaign.
> Not the last time I played it (on Windows even). Unless you start a
> lonesome campaign or obtain additional maps, all it comes with are
> the 4-6 basic maps. I am not talking about a paid product here.

My mistake.  I was thinking about Return to Castle Wolfenstein.  I bought it
at the store.  It had a long single-player campaign with something like 20

> Speaking of which, what would be the point playing with 'drones'?
> Would you distribute ammo among your peers only to receive fake,
> computer-genearated gestures? Well, I guess they are computerised
> either way, but at least when you play with actual people, there is
> some true group work and emotion comes into play.

I used to play Doom in co-op mode with a friend, but deathmatch is the only
way to go.

> Maybe we should set up a game between you guys (on Windows) and some
> of us of Linux.

I'll think about that.  I'm too busy just now, but maybe down the road.

> We will of course play the Allies. [humourous /]

I get it: all lies.

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