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ModplanMan Mar 9 2014 says:


Just tried your mod on the Linux version of Portal 2 that was released recently. The second chamber however does not work properly. I'm guessing a new red portal is supposed to spawn, but it doesn't. Placing a blue portal links me back to the previous chamber that I completed with the red portal still active (but is totally black when you look at it).

+1 vote   download: Portal 2 | Memories Chapter One
ModplanMan Jan 26 2014 says:

Will this be open sourced at all?

+2 votes   news: Jackhammer: new cross-platform level editor (public alpha)
ModplanMan Oct 9 2013 replied:

No worries, I dual boot Windows so I'm sure I can play it there. If you want to know the status of GL support in the open drivers, there's a handy file maintained by the devs here:

Maybe if you get in contact with them they'll be willing to help (or at least discuss the possibility of supporting the extensions you need).

+1 vote   game: Full Bore
ModplanMan Oct 9 2013 replied:

An AMD HD6450, using the open source driver (r600g). I've got a more recent version of the drivers than the default 12.04 provided by the "LTS Enablement stack" in Ubuntu (

+1 vote   game: Full Bore
ModplanMan Oct 6 2013 says:

I used the .deb provided via Desura, but all I get is a black maximised window with the music playing. I'm on Ubuntu 12.04.3 64-bit and already appear to have libwx installed as well as libicu. Any ideas?

+1 vote   game: Full Bore
ModplanMan Aug 23 2013 replied:

Had the same problem on level 1 but was able to finish the turorial fine. I'm on Ubuntu 12.04, 64-bit.

+1 vote   game: Inverto
ModplanMan Aug 20 2013 says:

I wish I had known about this 6 months ago :(

+1 vote   news: Cat5 - ROTC: Ethernet meets Frozen Synapse meets Hotline Miami
ModplanMan Aug 18 2013 says:

For anybody interested in this game, I recommend checking out rtcwcoop, a project that adds online co-op to this game.

+2 votes   game: Return To Castle Wolfenstein
ModplanMan Aug 18 2013 says:

Playing the game on Ubuntu 12.04, 64-bit and it crashes on the first level. There's 2 missile launchers and a plane dropping bombs, jumping across the gap immediately after that missile launchers and the game just crashes.

The terminal output at this point says:

home/ryan/.desura/games/commando/ line 21: 7782 Floating point exception(core dumped) LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:$LIB_PATH $BIN_PATH $ARGS $@

+1 vote   game: 8-Bit Commando
ModplanMan Apr 7 2013 replied:

Cheers for the reply! The only thing I'd suggest is to create a license.txt file stating that or similar to help make it clear, in case anyone gets the wrong idea from Google Code stating GPLv3.

Also, here's the reddit link:

+1 vote   game: Beyond Beyaan
ModplanMan Mar 31 2013 says:


I've posted your game on the open source/free software games reddit, however, would it be possible to make the license clearer, even if it's just to state it here? I noticed the Google Code page says GPLv3, is this correct? And is there a different license for the artwork?

+1 vote   game: Beyond Beyaan
ModplanMan Nov 28 2012 says:

Will you add the Linux version to Desura?

+5 votes   game: FOTONICA
ModplanMan May 18 2012 says:

If people want a working client, they should look into source ports of the game engine to try, spread the word or to help out. ioWolf:ET for example could really do with some love, and would be great in helping get this game working with no issues on Linux, and Xreal is a very promising project too.

+2 votes   game: Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory
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