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+ - Ryzom releases native Linux client-> 1

Submitted by biking42
biking42 (1437037) writes "The MMORPG Ryzom, in addition to Open Sourcing the core server code last spring, has released a native Linux client. No more messing with Wine and settling with no sound or 3fps. You can also download the client source and compile it yourself. A dev Wiki and Forums can be found at: http://dev.ryzom.com/ for both the client AND core server source code.

In addition, for new game accounts they just went F2P. No store or micropayment items yet — just some restrictions on the free accounts. Read about it at the main site: http://www.ryzom.com/"

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Comment: Re:The Book. (Score 1) 684

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by NotWallaceStevens (#22803126) Attached to: Windows Vista SP1 Meeting Sour Reception In Places
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