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Thread: Showing Off The Linux-Friendly Unigine Renderer

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    Default Showing Off The Linux-Friendly Unigine Renderer

    Phoronix: Showing Off The Linux-Friendly Unigine Renderer

    Besides Valve Software, another Linux-friendly game company to be presenting next week at SIGGRAPH LA 2012 is another Phoronix favorite, Unigine Corp...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTE1MjM

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    I gonna buy Oil Rush but only after we get the Steam client and they make the Steam version of the game

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    Incredible!

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    I am glad Valve is coming, but i am really concerned with Unigine. I really hope their sales will increase. I really hope more companies will use their engine.

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    Question Questions as usual

    How about a free SDK for free stuff?
    Please?


    Will there be Rift integration?
    [http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...into-the-game]

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJSB View Post
    I gonna buy Oil Rush but only after we get the Steam client and they make the Steam version of the game
    I bought the Oil Rush on DVD with Win/Apple/Linux installer and I also received Steam password so I was able to connect the DVD with Steam and now I have it on one PC installed trough Steam and on another trough DVD and it works very well So no need to wait :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJSB View Post
    I gonna buy Oil Rush but only after we get the Steam client and they make the Steam version of the game
    You can use Oil Rush key in Steam ( for now only Windows/Mac ofc ) & Desura
    Part of e-mail & received this morning:

    Please note that you can also activate your key in Steam (Windows) or Desura (Windows, Linux) (enter the key without hyphens, "-" symbols) for more convenient updates (faster download, less traffic). Bundle keys are also redeemable now on Desura.
    So You can buy this game now & activate it later under Steam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kakarott View Post
    How about a free SDK for free stuff?
    Please?


    Will there be Rift integration?
    [http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...into-the-game]

    yep they need to give more options like unity to be more competitive.

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    So how come nobody uses this engine if it is clearly capable of outputting nice graphics?

    I guess people are just too "brainwashed" by Unreal Engine 3 or something :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9a3eedi View Post
    So how come nobody uses this engine if it is clearly capable of outputting nice graphics?

    I guess people are just too "brainwashed" by Unreal Engine 3 or something :P
    The biggest argument that I've heard (multiple times) is that it's not the graphics quality, but the SDK, Toolkit, and content-building applications that make or break an engine.

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