LINUXGAMES

Software Tycoon Available

January 10th, 2005 by TimeDoctor

Linux Game Publishing announced on their web site that their software development house sim, Software Tycoon, is available for purchase. Epic Interactive (No relation to the Unreal series developer) was the original porter, and destraX Entertainment Software was the original developer. TuxGames is listing it as in-stock.

11 Responses to “Software Tycoon Available”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    will there be a demo?!

  2. chunky Says:

    Yay for having to dig away from the news item to find any information of value.

    Gary (-;

  3. chunky Says:

    Great. Woo. Wooo wooo woooo.

    Can’t you just get round to releasing postal2 yet so I can actually give you some money?

    [aimed at whoever even cares anymore]

    Gary (-;

  4. Anonymous Says:

    I guess the finished the beta. They stopped updating it several months ago and it expired. No traffic on mailing lists/etc.

    Least interactive beta I’ve ever been part of.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    They don’t want to sell Epic Interactives titles like Robin Hood or Barkanoid 2.
    So it is for me unfair, please don’t buy at TuxGames, and please keep away LGP’s titles

  6. Anonymous Says:

    I was just about to post that LGP is dying!!!!

  7. Anonymous Says:

    The best game they have released is Majesty.

  8. salsadoom Says:

    How about some good games fellas? A software house simulation? What the hell? And Postal 2 — probably the worst 3d shooter ever made once you get past the first few chuckles.

    Nothing but crap.
    –SD

  9. grifter Says:

    where is gorky17, it was slated for release feb last year, i’ve been waiting for it :(

  10. Anonymous Says:

    I’m buying. NWN and Majesty are starting to get old. I’ll also pick up Robin Hood as soon as it hits Tuxgames.

  11. Anonymous Says:

    these companys who sell linux games ..should stop favoring one company over the next…i am more than willing to spend money on high price linux games if they would just start porting or publishing them and not worrying about were the games are comming from..in my veiw windows gaming got started when company saw the profitabitly of that platform…in short if tux games or lpg wants big name company to port to linux they better start pouring the games out or linux gaming will die a slow death just like loki ( which took way to long for a game so people lost faith and loki died)

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