How did you find out about Wesnoth?

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How did you find out about Wesnoth?

Through a friend
17
25%
Debian APT or Gentoo Portage
6
9%
Freshmeat
0
No votes
Linux Game Tome (happypenguin.org)
5
7%
SDL home page (libsdl.org)
1
1%
IceWalkers.com
0
No votes
MacCentral.com
0
No votes
Apple.com
2
3%
Google
9
13%
Other web site (please specify below)
8
12%
Through a LUG
0
No votes
iTunes/iPhone
6
9%
Other (please specify below)
14
21%
 
Total votes: 68

Guest

Post by Guest »

!!!!! my name is guest!!!!!!!!!!!! lol wut happened?!!!!!

gamer3

Post by gamer3 »

FINALLY!!!!! ok i think thats enough post SORRY! :oops:

azlan
Posts: 73
Joined: November 23rd, 2003, 5:31 pm
Location: Nödinge in Ale in Sweden.
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Where..

Post by azlan »

Linux Format.. A English Linux Magazine.. On the disk..
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| The Lion is Back |
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Ginger_Ale

Where I found out!

Post by Ginger_Ale »

I found out about this game at CivFanatics and then I clicked the link in your signature. :D

Great game :!:
--GA[/url]

Quartex

On macgamefiles.com

Post by Quartex »

I saw the download on http://www.macgamefiles.com, I love all types of fantasy and strategy games. This is one of the best open source games I have played, it really look professional, and reminds me of the heroes or might and magic series. I love all the units and anime graphics.

donkeychips

Post by donkeychips »

My brother.

jmosher
Posts: 64
Joined: December 22nd, 2003, 7:05 pm

Post by jmosher »

Other web site: VersionTracker.com
Joshua

Guest

Post by Guest »

[X] Other

Picked up a copy for Red Hat Linux at http://fedora.us

bobby

Post by bobby »


Guest

Post by Guest »

also from official add-ons for Fedora Core 1 from
http://download.fedora.us/fedora/fedora ... 1.i386.rpm

mezz

Post by mezz »

I saw some comments over at Gentoo forums, so I ported it to FreeBSD and play.

ash

Post by ash »


Insinuator
Posts: 706
Joined: January 6th, 2004, 10:42 pm
Location: Portland, OR

Post by Insinuator »

Got an old version (don't know which, no version number) off of a 1000 games cd from Office Depot. :D

SynrG

Post by SynrG »

My 9 year old son read about Wesnoth in Linux Journal, which I had given him to read because he was bored waiting for his sister's gymnastics class to finish. He and his 12 year old sister now consider it their favourite game. Below is his pencil drawing of Konrad surveying the countryside, for your enjoyment.

sparky

Post by sparky »

how cool is that? :D

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