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  1. Full Throttle Remastered A super fun game, I would have paid full price for it but luckily I got it for next to nowt in a sale. Runs very well indeed on Arch. I do have to set up "Full Screen" in the options every time I fire it up otherwise it plays in a window. There may be a work around but I have not looked for one.
  2. How To Play Bungie’s Marathon Game Series On Linux
  3. Blade of Agony Chapters 1 + 2 Flatpak from here, https://flathub.org/..._Blade_of_Agony Snap from here, https://snapcraft.io/boa Blade of Agony runs really well on my Windows 7 install on my skylake rigg. I installed to my Arch/sklake set up with the flatpak version. The install went easily and the game ran. However for some reason the graphics were very blocky and the game did not run as smoothly as the windows install. This is a shame as installing was a easy one click affair just as advertised by the flatpak folk. I have not tried out the snap version yet
  4. TrackMania Nations Forever Available As A Snap Application I managed to install the snapd program on Arch but the game would not install. Had a missing file or folder or some such. I could not be bothered sorting the fault as the whole idea is that everything should be contained in the snap so no fiddling about is needed. Buntu based users may have better results.
  5. Feral Interactive Releases Tool for Linux Gamers to Optimize Their Gaming Rigs #FeralPlays Rise of the Tomb Raider on Linux (Tuesday 10 April 2018) Twitch link above. Go Laura go
  6. Does anyone fancy a game ? It would be easy to organise a cloud/Dropbox folder accessible by players for storing the game files. I was thinking of something like ZIM which is cross platform and easy to use for all the game instructions and gameplay. A chat program would be might be useful aswell so that folk could talk about the throw of the dice or the Gamemasters decisions. I was thinking of Hex-Chat but am not sure if it is cross platform. Playing the game would be simple. Discuss here in a thread a game and characters and decide on a Gamesmaster. Create a online folder cont
  7. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/wowlabs/real-fx-radio-control-car-racing-system-with-ai?ref=category It must be the heat or the fact that I had a good month voluntary driving and have just finished me monthly accounts and saw how much loot was coming my way.Call me crazy but I just had to. Hope they make the grade.
  8. abarbarian

    Sniper Elite v2 - FREE!

    http://store.steampowered.com/app/63380/ Free for a very short time only.
  9. My 5 year old has discovered Minecraft (Super Lego on the computer) I have set up a vanilla minecraft server on my main desktop which eveyone in the house can connect to with the vanilla clients. Problem comes when I try to add mod support to the server/client software. There are not any really simple Linux instructions which work. Lots of Windows/Mac advice. I have downloaded the Minecraft Forge server software, it is all set up and runs fine. I need to add the fml (forge mod loader) software to the clients and that is what is failing. Here are the instructions included with
  10. abarbarian

    iControlPad 2 -- not made by Apple

    http://www.thepowerbase.com/2012/09/icontrolpad-2-the-open-source-controller/ Sounds like a neat toy. Bet Apple wish they had thought of it neat name as well
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