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/dev/urandom

March 29th, 2004 by Crusader
  • Trackballs 1.0.0 has beenreleased (screenshot); a forum forthe game can be found here.Binaries and source downloads are available.
  • Scorched 3D v37, inspired bythe classic DOS title Scorched Earth, is nowavailable (screenshots). Changesinclude variable landscapes (including trees and waves), an economic model, anew GUI, and various bugfixes. The source code package is linked from theproject’s downloadpage.
  • The owners of Linuxgangster.orgwrote in with news that they’ve launched their site, which offers aid inconfiguring game servers among other community features.
  • There’s a highlightsarticleconcerning the Linux gamingroundtablewe mentioned earlier in the month up at LinuxWorld. You can also see a coverblurb about the feature (with a UT2004 player model) here.
  • Andreas Henningsson let us know that he’s developedEremit(screenshot),a game created using the ClanLiblibrary. Edit (Mar 30 06:01:38 CST) – A reader pointed out the current project no longer utilizes ClanLib; my apologies for any confusion.

3 Responses to “/dev/urandom”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    From the website:
    “This is a rewrite of an old game that I made using Clanlib(www.clanlib.org)
    in C++. This time it’s written in C and using another game library
    called SDL(www.libsdl.org). ”

    So, it’s not using ClanLib anymore as the post says.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Haha this game is fun :D took me some time to get the settings right, on ATI enabling water tears up all visuals into a psychedelic painting.
    I hope this gets fixed sometime, cause it must look much more pleasing with an ocean :D cool game!

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Very cool thugish looking Tux logo they have. Hehe I love it

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