LINUXGAMES

Intrinsic Alchemy

February 24th, 2003 by Alkini

Bill Kendrick wrote in to point out an article at LinuxDevices.comannouncing the release of Intrinsic Alchemy, a game platform/toolset for Linux devices.

5 Responses to “Intrinsic Alchemy”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    >Intrinsic Graphics Inc. has released Intrinsic Alchemy for Linux, a development and runtime environment that can be used to develop games for embedded Linux based devices.

    Does this mean Linux desktop needs a “WINLEE Is Not a Linux Embedded Emulator” :-) … maby it will be ‘easier’ to make than WINE?

  2. Svartalf Says:

    The personal eval version is a Windows only affair. I sent off an email saying that if they were going to offer support for Embedded Linux, they really ought to be offering an eval version FOR Linux as it isn’t a good evaluation trying it out on a foreign platform.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    aaa

  4. Anonymous Says:

    This is interesting, but i wonder what will come out of it. Currently, I know of no embedded linux consoles…. but am interested in seeing how it handles anyway. Hope they get a linux eval out soon, I would love to try it.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    They’re the ones that had to do with a game called…

    “[Butt] Pirates of the burning seas”

    *j1bb0r*m3*t3r4fl0p5*

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