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LGP SITREP

May 13th, 2005 by TimeDoctor

Linux Game Publishing‘s Michael Simms broke the idling in his #lgp on the freenode network to give everyone a SITREP on LGP’s output:

12:27 < Zero_Dogg> what’s the next game to be released by LGP?
12:30 <@lgp-michael> soul ride then ballistics in short order
12:30 <@lgp-michael> weve fixed the big ballistics problem now
12:31 <@lgp-michael> we’ve got 1 data corruption, one crash, and then we’re done
12:32 <@lgp-michael> Ive contacted the G17 guy a few days ago with a list ofoutstanding problems and he hasnt replied yet, so Im notsure when the next beta for that will be

12:44 <@lgp-michael> but right now, Im actually busy allocating everyone I canto a new project Im having a meeting about on tuesday andit will be a major coup and land us two AAA titles {:-) But Ive said enough already *grins*

5 Responses to “LGP SITREP”

  1. zborgerd Says:

    Looks like things are looking up again for Linux gamers! :)

  2. Svartalf_ Says:

    We’ve got a probable fix for the crash issue already in my copy of the code; going to be doing testing on it shortly (maybe this evening, most likely on Sunday…). As for the data corruption issue, the host player’s stats aren’t getting shown right on the clients; I’m chasing that one down right now…

  3. Anonymous Says:

    I played the Win version with my friend to see if I would want to buy it like a year ago. The subject came up like last week about that game and I told them I was still waiting on the Linux version, so soon as I get that I have 4 friends that will buy the Win version too (I tried to get them to use Linux, close just not ready yet)
    Keep up the good work LGP!

  4. Anonymous Says:

    I still want to know what’s going on with [i]Knights and Merchants[/i]. Is it dead?

  5. bdove Says:

    That the new title is a car racing game =D … like a rally! .. /me has fingers crossed

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