[SATLUG] Looking for fellow linux gamers
good_bye300 at yahoo.com
Fri Sep 7 14:40:55 CDT 2007
Are there any Quake 4 players out there? The game runs native in Linux very well. It also utilizes the multicore processors. I'm a big FPS gamer. Some of the other games in Linux I have are Doom 3, Sauerbraten, Nexuiz, Open Arena, Postal 2, Legends, Enemy Territory, Alien Arena 2007, Tremenulous, Assault Cube, Warsow, World of Padman, Urban Terror, and Unreal Tournament 2004. I also have hamachi and gHamachi for games. Hit me up if you'd like to game.
David Salisbury <david.salisbury at momentumweb.com> wrote: > What is wrong with the modded engines? I actually prefer them over the
> vanilla engine because a lot of them have improved graphics and such.
Nothing wrong with them at all! I just like the "feel" of the original,
without all of the souped up graphics and things. Plus, most of the newer
clients don't interface with the vanilla client, you have to be using the
new client on all ends to play between people. I did try Q1 in a VMWare
Win98 install, and it worked OK, but I'd rather get it running a bit more
natively. :) (Oh, and yes I've tried it in DOSBox, still a bit too slow
even on my P4-2.4 tho.)
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