Game Publishing (Majesty, Disciples 2, Mindrover, Soulride, and other misc. stuff)
As a point of reference, I used to contract for LGP and was the project lead for the Majesty port. I also built and packaged the LGP Mindrover and Soulride release.
And I hate to pimp myself, but I was interviewed by linuxhardware.org (an interview linked by linuxtoday.com, linuxgames.com, holarse, and newsforge.com).
And a lengthy comment made it into this linuxworld.com article
(Linux Gaming news)
Software (19 ports, sadly now defunct)
I worked for Loki while it was still a
Looks like the interview is still up at
- Programming Projects:
[Blatant Plug: Buy Majesty Now!]
"Whoever would overthrow the liberty of a nation must begin by subduing the
freeness of speech." --Benjamin Franklin
"As the Americans learned so painfully in Earth's final century, free flow of
information is the only safeguard against tyranny.
The once-chained people whose leaders at last lose their grip on information
flow will soon burst with freedom and vitality,
but the free nation gradually constricting its grip on public discourse has
begun its rapid slide into despotism.
Beware of he who would deny you access to information,
for in his heart he dreams himself your master." -- Commissioner Pravin Lal,
Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri
"There are two kinds of patriotism -- monarchical patriotism and republican patriotism. In the one case, the government and the king may rightfully furnish you their notions of patriotism: in the other, neither government nor the entire nation is privileged to dictate to any individual what the form of his patriotism shall be. The Gospel of Monarchical Patriotism is: 'The King can do no wrong.' We have adopted it with all its servility, with an unimportant change in the wording: 'Our country, right or wrong!'
We have thrown away the most valuable asset we have -- the individual right to oppose both flag and country when he (just he by himself) believes them to be in the wrong. We have thrown it all away: and with it, all that was really respectable about that grotesque and laughable word, Patriotism." -- Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)