If I die, I'll just respawn right?
Ok thanks, I'll try it this way.
Is it gonna come on linux pretty please?
Nice, thank you!
Reminds me of Worms, seems cool, anyway this could come on Linux please?
Game maker works on Linux now?
No problem if I download it from kag2d.com
Hi, I get this error in Fedora 17 (64bits) while trying to launch the game :
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no lwjgl in java.library.path
Can you help me please?
Hi, I've got exactly the same error with Fedora 64 bits.
Will we be able to play it on Linux pretty please? :3
If it works on a web browser, it will work on Linux right?
A linux port would be great
Nice, big thank you for the support guys! :D
If it works on web browsers, we'll be able to play it on Linux right? I'll be happy to back this then!
Indeed...too bad. :/ The only way would be an entire port to another crossplatform engine I guess.
Will we be able to play it on Linux natively pretty please? :3
That would be awesome!
I would definitely buy it if it's ported to Linux.
Yes, that was pretty sad when they announced it. Glad to hear that it won't prevent us to play Ecotone!
Really eye-catching, will this work on Linux as well pls?
Please, can you port the game to Linux?
Alpha 10 is here : Wildfiregames.com !
Here are a few of the reasons for which I don't dual boot:
1 - I don't want to pay for a Windows license.
2 - I don't want cracked software, warez, ripz, w0rmz, junkz and crapz on my machine, nor invasive DRM systems that are no better than the average virus.
3 - I don't want to waste hard disk space for a system I don't like.
4 - Rebooting your computer just to play a few minutes, during lunch break or before going to bed, or while waiting for something, is unpractical, especially if there's any Windows update.
5 - I want to support developers that make games for Linux.
6 - By buying games for Windows, I would support third party Windows developers, which is not what I want.
7 - I won't allow my Windows system to go on the internet unless I have a good antivirus, which costs extra money; most games require online access at least for activation, which means I couldn't disable the network card, which means I'd have to buy an antivirus, which means I would support a third party Windows developer and spend extra money.
8 - I like to keep my system time on GMT+0, but for some reason from a MS' point of view this is unacceptable, and Windows would change the system clock to some random value that it believes to be correct.
9 - Suppose I need to check my mail or do anything else while playing: I'd be forced to reboot, then reboot again (which is even worst if Windows just installed some of its updates).
10 - Be it just savegames or data you inevitably create (wallpapers, notes etc), I'd have to keep multiple backups, either on physically different supports (or at least partitions) or on NTFS-formatted disks, making it extremely annoying if you reinstall everything on your machine or you just switch to a new computer (that is, without counting the extra time to install a second OS).
By the way, I'm afraid you're right about dev fopas, I bought Brink while the dev were saying they would make a linux client, and this never happened.
I pray the indy God every single night to see this coming on Linux.
I'm so sad Unity doesn't work on Linux, but anyway, looks too good to not give it a try.
A really good news! Thanks Frozenbyte!
Yay thank you!
Ready to give it a try!
Not for...linux? :(
Hello, will we be able to play online?