October 21st, 2003 by Alkini

Love, peace, and harmony?


  • We missed this last month, but AMD announed the GameStorm AMD64technology which boils down to a bootable Linux CD that runs America’s Army on the AMD Athlon 64 processor.
  • RAD Game Tools released a beta, command-line version of the Bink VideoPlayer for Linux a little while ago. Most notably, this will play those NWN cutscenes.
  • A reader pointed out Six Games That Push the Limits of What The BlenderGame Engine is Capable of.
  • A representative of Oddlabs wrote in to announce Tribal Trouble , their Java/LWJGL-based strategy game that will support Linux and have a demo released by the end of the year.
  • The alpha 2 release of the OpenML SDK has been released. OpenML is astandard that aims to rival DirectX.
  • A reader pointed out the Valve Software Linux Server Boycott , a harsh “no client, we won’t run servers” petition/boycott.

New Announcement:

New Versions:

Stay tuned for the rest of the announcements that didn’t make it in to this post…

8 Responses to “Urandom”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Anyone know if anyone has put the bink player together to work with nwn linux? Links would be much appreciated.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Call this shit alpha :(

  3. michael Says:

    … but maybe in the next world, maybe in next world.


  4. Anonymous Says:

    I look forward to this one. I did not see any real information, but hopefully this game does not rely on an internet connection for play.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    i haven’t got my copy of Savage yet, and the site is dead. Great.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    The link to this has just been timing out, anyone know if it’s correct ?


  7. Anonymous Says:

    We allready have SDL, isn’t that good enough?

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