LGP wrote in (finally) to announce their next port:
Linux Game Publishing is proud to announce we have signed an agreement withStrategy First to port their new Turn Based Strategy title Disciples 2:Dark Prophecy.
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Will there be an alpha version? I for one would love an alpha version bundled on the cd but if the economic overhead would be 2 much i would even be willing to purchase the alpha binaries (distributed like the alpha version of smac for instance and payed for like a similar fashion to the mindrover patch)
For the love of God will somebody port a good
genre?! Most people note all the FPS’s ported to
linux but not the strategy. Besides FPS’s Loki also
ported a lot of strategy games. I bought Heroes
of Might and Magic to support Loki but I am NEVER
wasting my money on a strategy game again!
There are too many on Linux already!
The only adventure game that runs natively on
Linux is Hopkins FBI(which is hard to get)!
When are we going to see some adventures and RPGs
for Linux? And I mean good RPGs, not hack-n-slash(Diablo), or dungeon crawlers(Wizardry and Eye of the Beholder).
I sent you reply to your eMail quite a while ago (month maybe) and I never received an answer. Do you still need the Alpha hardware for porting software to Alpha Linux? It leads to well-planned codepath to Linux/Itanium and Linux/Hammer. Still in hopes.