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gutigen 9 FEB 2013 a las 9:13
Warsow - go help Greenlit it!
Última edición por gutigen; 9 FEB 2013 a las 9:25
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blackout24 9 FEB 2013 a las 9:22 
Has it already reached all necessary votes? I voted today.
gutigen 9 FEB 2013 a las 9:23 
Publicado originalmente por t.jp Arch Linux:
Has it already reached all necessary votes? I voted today.

Fixed title to match reality :)
Did it this morning thanks to the /r/linux_gaming.
Atheisto 9 FEB 2013 a las 9:59 
It would help if it wasn't a god damned nightmare to get Warsow to run in 12.10 correctly.

I finally built it from source and had some success, but it won't render to a 2560x1440 monitor and it is completely opaque as to how to get it to run in a lower resolution when the game won't start.
gutigen 9 FEB 2013 a las 10:11 
Publicado originalmente por Atheisto:
It would help if it wasn't a god damned nightmare to get Warsow to run in 12.10 correctly.

I finally built it from source and had some success, but it won't render to a 2560x1440 monitor and it is completely opaque as to how to get it to run in a lower resolution when the game won't start.

It won't render FOR YOU, ok? Take your whining to Warsow forums please, perhaps if you find solution by yourself, post a fix, contribute - that's what Open Source community is about.
Atheisto 9 FEB 2013 a las 10:37 
Publicado originalmente por Linux gutigen o):
Publicado originalmente por Atheisto:
It would help if it wasn't a god damned nightmare to get Warsow to run in 12.10 correctly.

I finally built it from source and had some success, but it won't render to a 2560x1440 monitor and it is completely opaque as to how to get it to run in a lower resolution when the game won't start.

It won't render FOR YOU, ok? Take your whining to Warsow forums please, perhaps if you find solution by yourself, post a fix, contribute - that's what Open Source community is about.

I agree, and did. That having been said, the team shows no sign of wanting to make it easy to run their game in the latest version of the most popular linux ditsro. They can do as they like but making the game... you know... playable... would help their Greenlight campaign.

For example, the deb that was available was hosted in a single place that has been down for nearly a month now. I was even willing to rehost it and mirror it and pay the BW costs but I literally couldn't find a cached copy of the DEB /anywhere/.
Última edición por Atheisto; 9 FEB 2013 a las 10:39
Tazza 9 FEB 2013 a las 16:32 
looks alot like quake to me.... so im in! :P first time i've seen this game, looks awesome
doaN 9 FEB 2013 a las 22:53 
Please support guys!
omegadot 10 FEB 2013 a las 5:07 
I did it. I liked warsow when I played it a few years ago, I believe. Although anyone itching for QIII has the option of Quakelive, which is actually pretty sweet if it hasn't changed.
SUSEd 10 FEB 2013 a las 5:15 
Will be good if steam version used Steam Workshop as addition.
gutigen 10 FEB 2013 a las 9:18 
Publicado originalmente por omegadot:
I did it. I liked warsow when I played it a few years ago, I believe. Although anyone itching for QIII has the option of Quakelive, which is actually pretty sweet if it hasn't changed.

Weapons behaviour is almost same as in Quake III, but awesome (and very dynamic) movement mechanics makes this game unique. Also Quake Live is not free, Warsow is.

Publicado originalmente por shished.tux.sus:
Will be good if steam version used Steam Workshop as addition.

What for?
Última edición por gutigen; 10 FEB 2013 a las 9:20
SUSEd 10 FEB 2013 a las 10:41 
Publicado originalmente por Linux gutigen o):

Publicado originalmente por shished.tux.sus:
Will be good if steam version used Steam Workshop as addition.

What for?

For custom characters, maps and weps.
And gamemodes.
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