** The huge 2.5 patch is on its way! We will be patching the game with 2.5 tonight, so enjoy your time with Shadowblade as you prepare for 2.5 to go live later tonight!
- Added a new Early Access Hero: Shadowblade
- Added a new Limited Edition Alt Avatar: Corporeal Shadowblade
- Added a new Martyr Alt Avatar: Sister Martyr
Videogame publisher Iceberg Interactive and UNIGINE Corp., are pleased to announce the signing of the naval strategy game “Oil Rush” for PC, Mac and Linux. The deal includes all boxed retail rights for UK, Germany, France, Scandinavia, Australia/NZ, S-Africa and Benelux and a selection of download rights. The global war for oil in the flooded post-apocalyptic world of “Oil Rush” starts on February 24th 2012 by Iceberg in retail and January 25th 2012 online.
Oil Rush is a real-time naval strategy game currently in beta testing.
A new development version of Wine has been announced. This version has the following new items included in it.
- Support for gradients in the DIB engine.
- A number of Uniscribe improvements.
- Fixes for DirectDraw mode switching.
- A few more MSVC runtime functions.
- Various bug fixes.
Download: [ Wine 1.3.34 ]
A new HOTWO has been posted by the LGC crew:
This how-to will cover updating WINE, installing Steam and Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on Ubuntu 11.04 or other Ubuntu derivatives.
Tips and tricks located on LinuxGameCast.com
RPS: So what relevance does Frontier/Pioneer still have in a world with games like X, Eve, Freelancer… ?
Brian Ronald: I used to work on the X games! Pioneer is free. Its license allows it to be improved, shared, ported to other systems. I’m a big proponent of free software. Pioneer will never become abandonware as long as there is any interest, because there will always be the freedom to pick it up and continue its development.
Kimmo Kotajärvi: The free-ness is indeed remarkable. And even when compared to commercial efforts, you’d be hard pressed to find a single player experience with this mix of simplicity and gigantic scope. Except Frontier.