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Ecksdee 0.0.9

December 2nd, 2006 by Marv

Ecksdee 0.0.9, a 3D futuristic racing game, has been released. Changes in this release include:

  • Menu screen and HUD revamp. Added a pause (p key) and end of race screens.
  • Two new ships and a new map with track lane.
  • Support for saving track and laps records, with ranking.
  • Support for backgound music, songs from Niccy Spray.
  • Improved support for content exported from Blender using blender2crystal.
  • Improved input configuration (input.cfg) and ship physics (like rolling).

Screenshots: [ View ]Download: [ Ecksdee 0.0.9 ]

Free Ryzom Campaign

December 1st, 2006 by TimeDoctor

In a strange twist on charity, “The Free Ryzom Project” has set up a shop in order to purchase the bankrupt MMORPG Ryzom, open source it, and further maintain it. So much so that we’ve gotten multiple submissions regarding it. However, I must mention that their stated goal of purchasing the game comes with no guarantee that they will work on, or support, a Linux client. So, keep that in mind when you read through their site, even though it would indeed be great to have another massive available for Linux.

PS3 SIXAXIS Controller Support

December 1st, 2006 by TimeDoctor

Whilst searching around for Linux information on the Playstation 3, I came across this page which offers support for the PS3’s controller. The dual shock with a usb adaptor was great for emulators, and the SIXAXIS should be good too, even though you need to plug it in for Linux to recognize it.

IGN YDL 5 Hands-On

December 1st, 2006 by TimeDoctor

IGN has made a 3-page hands on experience report with version 5 of Yellow Dog Linux for the Playstation 3:

Right from its announcement, Sony always proclaimed that the PlayStation 3 would be more than a simple gaming console. It had always said the same thing about the PlayStation 2, dubbed a Computer Entertainment System by the company, though this time it’s a great deal more serious about it. At the unveiling during its E3 2005 press conference, Sony stated that it would ship Linux pre-installed on the PlayStation 3’s hard disc drive. While that (and numerous other things) changed before its release, the system does still support Linux – you just have to install it yourself.

Thousand Parsec C++ Server 0.3.1

December 1st, 2006 by Crusader

Version 0.3.1 of the C++ server for the Thousand Parsec turn-based space empire building games (known as 4X) has been released. Changes include fixes for a build order bug and configuration problems. New features include new HTTP tunneling sockets, account frame handling and settings, and the start of the code for MTSec games.

Download: [ thousandparsec.net ]

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