Forum topic: GL-117 Update news
A Screenshot from Linux Air Combat V5.02 (September 2017)
A video review of Linux Air Combat V4.02 from YouTube
Forum topic: A question
Currently there is no way to mod the game. The development is going a bit slow, but I will look further into modding!
This has sense, but the major part of the games in this database are abandoned, and for an user who came and search for some games it will be a "bad" thing to see that lot of games (Maybe the one he was looking at) are abandoned, isn't it?
sorry for the bad english
I like your suggestion very much! +1 :-)
Forum topic: 9 of 10
Great game. As another poster pointed out OpenLieroX and OpenClonk are great games too but get less attention. Maybe TeeWorlds even got some of its inspiration from these games. However, I installed OpenClonk only to find that the servers are always empty. That's a pity. No such problem with TeeWorlds - it's clearly very popular.
No comments on this so far?
To summarize again, I suggested to change the development stage categories to:
- Alpha (now called “Alpha funding”)
- Finshed and maintained (now called “Finished”)
- Finished, not maintained
The key motivation here that our current categories often do finished games a disjustice. The current problem is that unfinished games for which development stopped will fall into the same category as for games which are finished, but just not maintained anymore: Abandoned. This is a very important distinction which LGDB is lacking IMO.
In other words, if you search for “Finished” games, your result will be very likely incomplete because you will miss the finished games marked as “Abandoned”. Otherwise, if you include “Abandoned” games in your search as well, your result is tainted with games which never made it into beta.