[kwlug-disc] Choose your price for five Linux indie games
dscassel at gmail.com
Wed May 5 09:01:33 EDT 2010
I've only installed World of Goo, but it worked fine for me...
Yeah. Linux, eh?
On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 8:30 AM, Insurance Squared Inc.
<gcooke at insurancesquared.com> wrote:
> So I bought them. I'm no gamer but I figured it was a good enough idea to
> try them out.
> The first game dies when I run it - nothing happens.
> The second game reset my screen resolution to 640X480 then died. It didn't
> change my desktop size though, so I couldn't see any of my gui tools to fix
> the problem. Or even launch a terminal if I knew how to fix it from the
> command line. So the second game required a reboot of my desktop.
> The third game worked and had some pretty intimidating graphics on the
> splash screens. The game itself is somewhat 1980's.
> The fourth one I haven't figured out how to run yet. I'll try the fifth one
> today if I have time.
> So far, we don't have an xbox killer yet.
> On 04/05/10 02:22 PM, Darcy Casselman wrote:
>> These guys are offering five DRM-free, Linux-compatible indie games
>> (World of Goo, Gish, Aquaria, Lugaru, Penumbra) for whatever price you
>> want to pay. And you can choose to have them donate some or all of
>> that price to charity (Child's Play and the EFF).
>> No, it's not free software, but it is kind of awesome.
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> Glenn Cooke
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