General feedback and discussion of the game.
Amen to that. I currently use Linux Mint 8 Helena, mainly because of it's pretty appearance.. But I've also used RedHat, Ubuntu and a version I don't really remember but hey I was very young at the time. I've often switched between windows and linux, mainly based on gaming requirements and it's nice to have something like this I can play on the linux machine.deadman wrote:But in linux world, we gamers have a hard time to find them...
I do now have a Sony Vaio laptop that has Windows 7, but if I'm honest... Linux just rocks. I've become used to working through files in the terminal.
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Another reason: Colosseum.
That falls under modability and campaign-makingnessMmoor wrote:Another reason: Colosseum.
I think we can all agree that this list needs to be subjected to a power or ten. lol
"Not only that! He made the AI so smart that, it changes the RNG without affecting statistical analysis! So even if you calculate the probability of getting what you got, it seems reasonable, even though it isn't. We've uncovered a massive conspiracy!"
This is what I was going to say. Tis' truly the best thing about Wesnoth. Now all us po' folks that can't drop 1500 dollars on an amazing gaming pc have something decent to play. Not to mention most of the other indie gems out there. Anyway....IPS wrote:Yeah, other adventage of wesnoth is you can play regardless of your Opperative System
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