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September 10th, 2003 by Alkini

Tuned to chords.

Misc News:

  • Roger Wernersson from Qube Softwaresent this in:
    Qube releases free cross-platform 3D engine and toolset for RedHat 9

    Qube Software, founded by the team that originally built Direct3D forMicrosoft, has made an alpha release of its Q1.1 3D engine and toolsetfreely available for Linux RedHat 9

    Q1.1 is a complete cross-platform development solution for games andinteractive 3D applications. Q’s design strengths include built-instreaming, outstanding visual quality and high-productivity developmenttools for deployment on Sony PlayStation 2, Microsoft Xbox, Linux andMicrosoft Windows.

  • The N.M.E.S. Project wrote in to announce that they have a new website andforum.
  • Randy McDowell sent this news in:
    Allyn Games, the makers of FakeNESand the massive in-development RTS/TBShybrid Celestial Empires, have a new host and are continuing development ontheir projects. FakeNES hasn’t seen a release in almost a year, so it iscurrently being set to high priority.

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4 Responses to “urandom”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    [i]Qube Software, founded by the team that originally built Direct3D for Microsoft, has made an alpha release of its Q1.1 3D engine and toolset freely available for Linux RedHat 9[/i]

    Why is it only free for RH 9?

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Wesnoth and Tanabrae look really hot for sure!

  3. Anonymous Says:

    mistland too!

  4. Anonymous Says:

    I have tried to run BadOnion (screenshot looks funny at least). Why the hell the author has linked the binary against libpng.so.2? This lib is obsolete a long time already AFAIK! So I can’t run the game :-(( The best solution of the problem would be to release the source code so everybody could recompile this program as they want.

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