I'm here to share some titles that I had tested on Linux and I found them to be a well done work and are playable on Linux, through Google Chrome's Native Client Plugin.
If someone gets interested, here are the links for them on the Chrome Webstore:
I think that you may get interested in trying them, because they are worth playing.
Personally, I'm very excited about Native Client, because this should be a way to get great titles running natively on Linux.
If anyone find any more titles, please share them here.
Another thing that I would like to ask, is to people test Mini Ninjas on Linux, to see if they find the same bug that I found here on my PC.
My system here is:
Xubuntu Linux 11.10 (64-bit), with Nvidia Geforce 8600GT, AMD Phenon 2.4GHz and 4 GB of RAM.
Last edited by fernandoc1; 02-20-2012 at 03:34 AM.
I would like to know if it is possible to ask Phoronix to test these and other NaCl titles on the Phoronix hardware infrastructure, for measuring performance, stability and compatibility with different kinds of hardware and device drivers configurations.
In my opinion, this would be funny and useful for users seeking some good games to play on their Linux systems. I'm sure that, this year, we will see a great array of games using this infrastructure, because as far as I know, this is the fastest and safest way to reach users from all operating systems, without needing to care about platform specifics things. Since the game runs on the browser, publishers will have more tight control of their users and how they are playing their games, and I think that this is what all of them ever wished.
I know that there will be lots of privacy issues involved, but, personally, I think that this will provide some cheap and funny gaming at all.