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Cedega on CNR

May 19th, 2008 by Crusader

TransGaming sent in the following press release:

San Diego, CA –May 15, 2008 – Linspire, Inc. developer of CNR.com, an easy-to-use, one-click digital software delivery service for desktop Linux software, and TransGaming, Inc (TSX-V: TNG), a leading developer of portability and graphics technologies for the electronic entertainment industry, today announced the immediate availability of Cedega 6.0 for Freespire 2.0, Linspire 6.0, Linux Mint 4.0, Ubuntu 7.04, 7.10 and 8.04 (32 bit) desktop Linux users. Available at an introductory price of $44.95 and for download and installation with one-click through CNR.com, Cedega brings the thrill of blockbuster video games to Linux users around the world (http://www.cnr.com/product/transgamingcedega).

“We are excited to offer Cedega at CNR.com as we continue to build our gaming ecosystem for the desktop Linux user,” said Larry Kettler, President and CEO of Linspire. “We have a longstanding partnership with TransGaming and look forward to more product offerings in the future.”

Cedega enables Linux gamers to play Windows titles on their Linux OS. Triple-A video games such as Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Battlefield 2142, World of WarCraft, Madden 2007, Civilization IV and many more, can be played on Linux using Cedega. This allows an easy, out-of-the-box gaming experience.

2 Responses to “Cedega on CNR”

  1. Conzar Says:

    I was a Cedega member for about 4 years. I ended my membership because using Cedega with windows games just never worked liked they did in Windows. If I really wanted to play a game, I resorted to rebooting into XP (to play such games as Portal and Guild Wars).

    At this point, there are too many games for Transgaming to make their translator work properly for.

    If you really want to play Windows games, pony up and get a copy of XP; otherwise, stick to GNU/Linux only games.

  2. Lightkey Says:

    Or use Wine. *zing*

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