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Thread: Come Play This New Linux-Native Game With Us!

  1. #411

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    I've been a long time fan of Phoronix, but had yet to join the forums. I just bought a new tablet and am looking forward to some good native games in Linux.

    In addition to trying out this game for a possible purchase, I will be purchasing the Penumbra series as well. I haven't tried Savage 2 yet, but I've heard good things.

    Can I get a key to try out this game?

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    Thank god! A real game for Linux. Begging for a key!

  3. #413
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    Hi! I am a computer software developer and an old time gamer. If you send me a beta key I can help out beta test the game.

  4. #414
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    Requesting beta key, it's great to see a commercial game supporting linux

  5. #415
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    Hi, please send me beta key. Thanks

  6. #416
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    Default Request for key

    Hello,
    I would like to ask for key, if possible.
    Im fan of S2 games and strategy games generaly, I bought about year ago Prime account of Savage2 and I play it almost every day.

    Thank you,
    raven4

  7. #417
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    Default a beta key is very appreciated

    all my machines run linux and only game I play on computer is warcraft under wine. played a lot on game console though, love to see what a linux game can achieve.it might be a little late,but send me a key if still avaliable,thanks

  8. #418
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    Default Request for Key

    Please give me a key! I have two computers running linux, one of them has an Nvidia board, and the other with integrated intel. I want to help generate interest in the improvement of open source drivers, and I think bringing games to linux is the chicken to the egg. Native linux games lets people play for cheaper, they can spend the money they would have spent on windows on more games!

    Also, I think more game developers need to get away from directx and other tools tied to one platform, so I will support those who do. Since I am interested in game design myself, it makes sense to me to write portable code and deploy on lots of platforms to get the most $$, and I think others should feel the same way in an ideal world.

  9. #419
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    Requesting beta key thanks

  10. #420
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    Requesting a beta key. Running Arch Linux with a Core2Duo E8400, 8GB RAM and an Nvidia 8800GT.

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