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luojie-dune's picture

It made simple collecting fun. so it success.

luojie-dune's picture
Game: VVVVVV

I won't say much about graphics, its way simpler than And Yet It Moves.

The gameplay is smooth.

Die is not a burden. Respawn is good.

We love this type of casual, no much skills needed with an OK storyline.

Did I expect too much or dislike this type of game?

luojie-dune's picture
Game: irrlamb

Before I played, I thought this is a greater game.

IT IS ACTION:
Fast Reaction + Precise Control

I knew lots of Linux gamers are still waiting for a Ballance! clone: Puzzle-oriented Marble game rather than action-oriented.

They may wait longer or start to get a project up.

On the other hand, I request a Maemo/Meego Port here.
Irrlicht engine OpenGL->OpenGL ES seems not easy though.

luojie-dune's picture
Game: Cogs

Nice puzzles/effects.

As if OpenSource, it probably find a better platform.

Mobile. Puzzle could stay on mobile even longer than Desktop.

Netbook/Tablet also.

Although, on a powerful computer provide Anti-aliasing which greatly improve the graphics, I felt I'd better play this game on my tablet.

luojie-dune's picture

Your reply made me cannot edit my post dude...

Cheibriados's picture

Ok, it looks fine now. I would only add two more links:

http://www.postalgames.com
as an addition or replacement for the official product page. The packs can easily be found from there.

http://www.linuxgamepublishing.com/info.php?id=22&
is the Postal 2: Share The pain version distributed by LGP.

I agree with you, Collection should be replaced with Requiem. I consider another valid option removing "Overture" and "Black Plague" from the database. The full Collection is now the only available purchase in the official store.

Curly Brace's picture

Looks like sixsixfive decided to replace Postal 2 Multiplayer with Postal 2 and mentioned Multiplayer and Apocalypse Weekend within the description.

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Game: Dead Cyborg

Browser version (with Linux support) is released: http://deadcyborg.com/playinbrowser.html

However, it requires Burster plugin (which allows running Blender Game Engine based games in browser): http://geta3d.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9&Itemid=9
Unfortunately, at the moment it is available only for RPM based systems (it is said that *.deb will be also available soon); if you want to run it under Debian based systems you will need to manually extract files from *.rpm package and install them.