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Vidya Threda Anonymous 02/12/2020 18:19:27 No. 1053
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What games you fucking playing?

I've been really busy but trying to find time to play OpenMW with Normal Maps.
OpenMW is awesome. Finally I played through the main quest of Morrowind and many side ones thanks to that.
I play with Shadowrun Returns, when I have the time and want to play a game and not do something else. I have a plan to put together a very short story, a one run "campaign" for it, but the lack of time...
I started to create the first piece of the map, but can't find a corner piece to make the wall look normal, this made me a little frustrated. Maybe I should check a video tutorial or something.
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I'm playing this masterpiece on gba atm. It's sort of like Fire Emblem games. Hope to eventually play the PSP game of the series.

It's surprisingly immersive for a GBA game. It's also obscure for the most part. Most people don't know it exists.
>FOSS gaming
based and redpilled
probably a hot take but I kinda miss the linux gaming scene pre-Steam. the amateur scene really slowed down after that and even more so after Proton. It was a cool niche with a few really original games that also adhered to a good ideology. I'm glad OpenMW and a couple other projects had enough pull to survive.
>linux gaming scene pre-Steam
Pre or post tuxgames demise? Itch still has some cool shit. https://itch.io/games/tag-open-source Sad though, there were some really cool games breaking through before Stream blew them away. Terminal overload was one i was hoping might make it, http://www.terminal-overload.org/

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