Krilo Demo 1.06

December 14th, 1999 by Crusader

Version 1.06 of BlackHoleSun’s Krilo demo has been released to fix a few bug issues.

Krilo Demo 1.06 glibc 2.x Binary:

Storm Linux 2000 To Include Krilo

November 18th, 1999 by Crusader

Stormix has announced that their Storm Linux 2000 distribution (based on Debian) will include a demo release of BlackHoleSun Software’s puzzle game Krilo. The demo version is also available for download from here.

Krilo Demo

October 22nd, 1999 by Crusader

Juhapekka Tolvanen wrote in to announce the release of a Krilo demo. Krilo is a family-oriented puzzle/strategy game; screenshots can be viewed here. Krilo binaries can be downloaded as RPM’s, Deb’s, and bzip2’ed tar’s from

Forthcoming: New Game from BlackHoleSun

May 14th, 2003 by Alkini

BlackHoleSun, makers of Krilo and Bunnies, have recently updated their Website for the first time since 2001 with a new look and anannouncemnt that they are working on a new game, Aftermath. There aren’t many details onwhat kind of game it will be, but the basic premise is that much of humanity has been obliterated and you, being one of the survivors, are to race to dominate the new planet. A beta tester application is available, but there’s nomention of when the test might begin.

More Terminus Patches

July 1st, 2000 by Crusader

A Talent For War updated to note that the version 1.4 (whichquickly followed v1.3) patches have been released for the new space simTerminus, developed byVicarious Visions. Changes (in 1.3 and 1.4):

  • Removed ability to create black ships in cosmetic detail screen
  • Restored the Ship Manager
  • Fixed disconnect while joining a multiplayer game
  • Fixed comm queue overflow when starting some games
  • Fixed one liner bug when ignoring player communications
  • Fixed comm interface update bug


Furthermore, there’s been some controversy over just which non-Linux-exclusive shipped firstwith multiple binaries in one box… although there’s been many contenders(Hopkins FBI,BFRIS,Krilo,Theocracy, and probably some I’m forgetting), I thinkit’s safe to say this is the most widely available retail game which includes Linux support with Win32/MacOS out of box. In any case… I’m of the opinion that it’s a rather silly thing to fight over, especiallyconsidering our tactical position of industry underdog. Let’s show some solidarity folks, ok?