Return to Castle Wolfenstein was also one of my favourite, except the part with the huge monster with ghosts coming out of it, suffocating you. I got stuck there for a while.BIG like - used to love playing Wolfenstein, it was developed in my home town of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Same here, I keep watching the markets and I just want to play some games to get my mind of the markets for a while.Just thinking a bit about it further, Lekker.
The same company also used to produce Duke Nukem, Blake Stone, Doom and others.
Rado may have ideas on where to find them and run them.
I basically gave up gaming 10 or more years ago, because I could sit there for hours trying to beat my high score or get to the highest level
Yes, that was one of my favorites too. I have seen "Steam Installer" in my Lubuntu software center. So I must install that first and then what do I do after that?Return to Castle Wolfenstein. Played it 2 days ago on Steam with Proton 4.2-2.
I used to play Midtown Madness a lot, many years ago. I am looking for some rally racing kind of game now. There are lots of free options but the graphics are really ugly.All 3 games @wizardfromoz mentioned in the above post are available on Steam. IDK how they're gonna perform with Proton but that can be checked on this page (there's a search box in the top left corner): https://www.protondb.com/explore
I don't play for high scores, I play for fun. FPS isn't my favorite genre. I prefer games like American Truck Simulator - they're more relaxing.
Considering how fast gaming for Linux grows these days, it wouldn't be too hard to create these other threads to fill the gaming section.Created the gaming section.. moved
We'll have to find the other gaming type threads and move em over the next few days..
The polite version of what I was gonna tell you is to put your opinion where sunlight doesn't shine. If Rob makes an offtopic section, nobody's forcing you to read it. Anyway, the next time you need help with anything, I won't be one of those trying to help your ungrateful arse!Anything not relating to Linux? Try Facebook.