How? That died in January 2015.mrpi64 wrote:
Which games?misterdude wrote:Could you tell me how to permanently delete these games if you've tried them but don't like them? Thanks1
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git clone http://git.artsoft.org/rocksndiamonds.git cd rocksndiamons make
Been rather busy, haven't been paying much attention (at all).DougieLawson wrote:
iNC0GNi70 wrote:Hello there ! Some games to add on the list :
Soldier Of Fortune (Extreme Violence, there is a switch though)
Soldier Of Fortune Double Helix (Even worse than above, can be disabled)
Xash3D or Open Source Half-Life - Now this one is a bit particular, since it is open source and has been ported to Android, which uses ARM, however, as far as I'm aware it is compatible with a Raspberry but still needs some workarounds.
DooM 1 and 2 - I mean... How.... How can it be forgotten on that list ?
Doomsday Doom engine : this one's an engine that makes DooM using 3d, since a Raspberry would have trouble using Brutal Doom, at least it's users have a compensation.
Doom3 Like... You see.... I have no idea !!!! I heard that some guy somehow managed to make it run....
I'll continue the list whenever I'll find some names...
That was my contribution of the day.
HOMM3Megazell wrote:Anyone know which of these games listed can be played via LAN with other RasPi users.
I have OpenArena from the list doing it but I new a few more.
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sudo apt-get install pysolfc pysolfc-cardsets
Haha i know this post was from 4+ years ago but how do you do thatdantefff wrote:I finally made it work.
It was a total newby issue, I gave me permissions on the installation folder (and subfolders) of pydance and everything works now.
If you compile the program yourself, most* Ren'Py games work well on a Raspberry Pi3b, many of which are avaolable on Steam.
This will get the code and build it - but I get an error : readdir_r is deprecated