Linux World Game Port surprises by Icculus
Posted on: 01/24/2003 11:00 PM

Thanks REL!c2K for this one:

Not sure when the public will have access to the ports, but through out the 3 of Linux World 2003 Icculus and team, surprised and demonstraited some of their ported games to the crowds. Here are some of them;

LINUX WORLD 2003 DAY 3, AMERICA'S ARMY:

* LinuxWorld, Day Three. (posted 2003-01-24 10:47:12 by icculus):
Almost everyone is hungover, no one has slept, and we're just trying to get through the day.

Surprise Number Three had a last minute show-stopper, so we're not showing it on the showfloor today, but I'll give you a teaser for now: Have a looksie.

http://icculus.org/~icculus/tmp/2003_01_19_170839_shot.jpg

--icculus.

LINUX WORLD 2003 DAY 2 MOHAA CLIENT:

* We are still duct-taping the dead DDR mat, but we've got a second dance ninja here while we feed Brandan (the PyDDR author) oxygen and water to keep him going.

PyDDR is moving to icculus.org Real Soon Now.

Oh, and Surprise Number Two: Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, running natively on Linux. Come check it out in Booth #9.

--icculus.

LINUX WORLD 2003 DAY 1, SERIOUS SAM:SECOND ENCOUNTER:

* We've been up and running for 45 minutes, and we've already slaughtered a Dance Dance Revolution mat, wowed a ton of people, and showed off Surprise Number One...Serious Sam: The Second Encounter, running on Linux. Come check us out; we're the loudest booth in the Dot-Org Pavilion. :)

--icculus.




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