Re: Linux At LFL
> Now that LucasFilms has used Linux
> INSIDE their organization (for Attack o'
> the clones) maybe we'll see some of
> their older stuff packaged for Linux?
Of course, LucasFilm and LucasArts are separate companies, only one of which is selling software... Lucasfilm can use linux because it is cheaper/better without worrying that the DVD won't play in windows, LucasArts can't do the same.
> BattleHawks 1942, Battle of Britain,
> Xwing/Tie Fighter, XWing VERSUS Tie
> Fighter, all of these would easily get
> another $20-$40 from me, if I could only
> play them natively in Linux. I thought
> they were big on 'repeat plays'; why not
> restore these onto the Linux platform
> and recoup some of the money invested?
I would love it if they released Xwing collecters series on linux. Of course I'd have to get my joystick working (I haven't set up anything game related on my PC in linux, the last computer I used a joystick with linux didn't have USB ports).