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54729 11236 news 29868 It was fun I've just used my favourite search engine to search for "happypenguin myusername" and I've had a nostalgic time reading stuff I'd written under various user names since 2001 :D Back in those days Linux was really exploding and it was a very enjoyable period visiting this website and discussing gaming, so I thank you for that experience. Off the top of my head I'd say that the <a href="">Fashion Cents</a> comments were some of the funniest because of the loony things some crazy woman was saying :P<br> <br> I'm glad that you're not going to leave this site up any longer because it looks sad now with all the spam, the neverending Summoning Wars 0.5.6 announcement burned into my grey matter, the "hello, is anyone there" posts. It's shame because so many people over the years have offered to assist with it and then the mods go quiet which is strange when you consider many things Linux are collaborative (I could never understand that).<br> <br> Anyway, the team over at the <a href="">Linux Game Database</a> have done a fantastic job of filling the void, it's very professional and there's quite a network of news sites that it aggregates, but it needs more people posting loony comments on the game pages to encourage more input from readers.<br> <br> So farewell happypenguin, it was fun. 2013-04-01 07:18:25 0
54728 11236 news 31407 10^3 thanks This news is sad, but I can't say I didn't see them coming. I want to thank all the people who made TLGT (which for me it will always be known as Happy Penguin) for many, many years of news updates. I found most of the games I tried on GNU/Linux on this site, and many of them even worked. I expect you get involved on interesting projects. Good luck. 2013-03-26 04:31:26 0
54727 10514 news 29868 This is an automated message *click*<br> <br> Mine is the last voice that you will ever hear -- do not be alarmed.<br> <br> If any member of the family should die whilst in the shelter from contamination, put them outside but remember to tag them first for identification purposes.<br> <br> <a href="">*click*</a> 2012-11-23 07:26:58 54726
54726 10514 news 34214 (tap)(tap)(tap) Is this thing on? Has been abandoned again? The forum's full of spammers and nothing else seems to be happening... 2012-10-27 08:26:51 0
54725 Me And My Shadow games 29868 Fantastic I just saw this on <a href="">Linux Game News</a>.<br> <br> A fantastic finished game with plenty of levels you can easily pick at when you've got a free moment.<br> <br> I like the way that once you've discovered how to finish a level, you can then replay it to record the fastest time.<br> <br> A great open source game. 2012-07-12 17:04:57 0
54724 Puzzle Moppet games 29868 This game is now free "<i>Due to the lack of sales and interest in the game, Puzzle Moppet is now FREE!</i>"<br> <br> The source code has also been released under the open source <a href="">WTFPL</a> and the assets are freely downloadable for use with this game only.<br> <br> <a href=""></a> 2012-07-05 05:54:00 0
54723 Stendhal games 35443 Stendhal 1.01: Community spirit <table> <td> <ul> <li>New NPCs</li> <li>Small GUI improvements like <i>/profile</i> command</li> <li>More advanced creature AI profiles</li> <li><a href="">More changes</a></li> </ul> </td> <td stlye="text-align: right"><img width="250px" src=""/></td></tr> <tr><td colspan="2"> Links: <a href="">Download</a> * <a href="">Announcement</a> * <a href="">Game Server</a></td></tr> </table> 2012-07-03 12:55:51 0
54722 Arx Libertatis games 37024 Re: Mandriva packages <p>Done.</p> <p>By the way, we have just released Arx Libertatis 1.0.2. It's only bug fixes and very minor features so you should just be able to bump the version in the .spec file ;-)</p> <p>While we're on the topic of packaging: I've noticed that you packaged AL as one big package with with both arx and the (optional) arxcrashreporter binary. This means that users will need Qt to install arx even though it's not needed for the actually game. For most distros (.deb based, Gentoo, Arch, FreeBSD) there is a way to declare such optional dependencies such that the crash reporter (and Qt) is pulled in by default when installing arx-libertatis, but the user can opt to only install the core game. Yet I haven't found a good way to do the same for RPMs. Did I miss the solution or is this not a common problem? Maybe I'm just over-engineering this.</p> <p>Anyway, thanks for packaging AL.</p> 2012-06-16 00:38:37 54721
54721 Arx Libertatis games 36616 Re: Mandriva packages BTW, can you please also add info about packages in ROSA ( Instructions are the same as for Mandriva (except for repository - Contrib instead of Non-Free). 2012-06-10 02:50:51 54710
54720 Arx Libertatis games 36616 Re: Mandriva packages I guess this should be enough: 1. Check if non-free repository is enabled. 2. Select arx-libertatis package in package manager and install it. 3. Or you can install it from terminal with "urpmi arx-libertatis" command (you need to be root). 2012-06-08 20:47:21 54710