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Zombie games?

I love killing zombies, games like left4dead and games like that. Any zombie games for linux?

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  • ValtamValtam Registered
    We've talked about forming a co-op when Left 4 Dead 2 gets released on Steam for Linux. Should be some fun times ahead for us :)

    Heres some pc co-op action footage:
  • LinuxephusLinuxephus Registered
    Dear Everyone,
    Zombies have feelings too and should not be indiscriminately killed with no just cause.
    Sincerely: Me.
    -Unix Guerrilla Warfare Specialist™.-
    -Evolution Is Merely God's Way Of Performing An Upgrade™.-
    -Linux: Guerrilla UNIX Development... Venimus, Vidimus, Dolavimus™.-
  • ValtamValtam Registered
    Linuxephus wrote:
    Dear Everyone,
    Zombies have feelings too and should not be indiscriminately killed with no just cause.
    Sincerely: Me.

    I hadn't thought of that! You are the model of thoughtfulness :)
  • GumbomanGumboman Registered
    Linuxephus wrote:
    Dear Everyone,
    Zombies have feelings too and should not be indiscriminately killed with no just cause.
    Sincerely: Me.

    Actually they do not, they are undead and thus have no functioning nerves. Plus they eat brains. Check mate.
  • capriditoricapriditori DonatorDonator
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    I suppose Steam is a most get when it comes out for Linux? If just to have a go at hacking it to port it to other distributions; shouldn't be that hard to do.

    I'll finally be able to play games as they will run natively; as everyone knows I don't run software under WINE as that's just one of my rules. If it doesn't work natively then I don't want to know about it. I don't want to have to rip off both my arms just to get a game to work.
  • GumbomanGumboman Registered
    Oscailt wrote:
    I suppose Steam is a most get when it comes out for Linux? If just to have a go at hacking it to port it to other distributions; shouldn't be that hard to do.

    I'll finally be able to play games as they will run natively; as everyone knows I don't run software under WINE as that's just one of my rules. If it doesn't work natively then I don't want to know about it. I don't want to have to rip off both my arms just to get a game to work.

    I used to run wine but I developed a love for the native linux games. I am sure a lot of em can whip the pants off of some of the blockbuster titles.
  • LinuxephusLinuxephus Registered
    Valtam wrote:
    Linuxephus wrote:
    -snip-

    I hadn't thought of that! You are the model of thoughtfulness :)

    Indeed. And thus was my modeling for thoughtfullness not thoughtlessness at all.:blush:
    Gumboman wrote:
    Linuxephus wrote:
    -snip-
    Actually they do not, they are undead and thus have no functioning nerves. Plus they eat brains. Check mate.

    On the contrary, and very much to my entertainment, they do indeed have "feelings", a *feeling* of emptiness that drives the basest of emotions, cannibalistic in nature, from the very stem of the brain that remains undead.
    After all, logic dictates if it be "undead", then surely it must not have incurred death which is final (undead, by your own words).
    Further which drives the "eating of brains" deriven from hunger (undead) lest there be no means of having fuel to remain "undead", followed by death (no longer undead).
    Eh...what's this-->>"check mate"?
    First there must be a mate to check.
    Ta-da!
    Sir, my logic has crushed you.:cool:
    -Unix Guerrilla Warfare Specialist™.-
    -Evolution Is Merely God's Way Of Performing An Upgrade™.-
    -Linux: Guerrilla UNIX Development... Venimus, Vidimus, Dolavimus™.-
  • GumbomanGumboman Registered
    Linuxephus wrote:
    Valtam wrote:
    Linuxephus wrote:
    -snip-

    I hadn't thought of that! You are the model of thoughtfulness :)

    Indeed. And thus was my modeling for thoughtfullness not thoughtlessness at all.:blush:
    Gumboman wrote:
    Linuxephus wrote:
    -snip-
    Actually they do not, they are undead and thus have no functioning nerves. Plus they eat brains. Check mate.

    On the contrary, and very much to my entertainment, they do indeed have "feelings", a *feeling* of emptiness that drives the basest of emotions, cannibalistic in nature, from the very stem of the brain that remains undead.
    After all, logic dictates if it be "undead", then surely it must not have incurred death which is final (undead, by your own words).
    Further which drives the "eating of brains" deriven from hunger (undead) lest there be no means of having fuel to remain "undead", followed by death (no longer undead).
    Eh...what's this-->>"check mate"?
    First there must be a mate to check.
    Ta-da!
    Sir, my logic has crushed you.:cool:

    *waves the white flag* I give you win, my brain hurts now
  • LinuxephusLinuxephus Registered
    Gumboman wrote:
    Linuxephus wrote:
    Valtam wrote:
    Linuxephus wrote:
    -snip-
    Gumboman wrote:
    Linuxephus wrote:
    -snip-

    May that never be so mighty Gumbotastic!
    -Unix Guerrilla Warfare Specialist™.-
    -Evolution Is Merely God's Way Of Performing An Upgrade™.-
    -Linux: Guerrilla UNIX Development... Venimus, Vidimus, Dolavimus™.-
  • zombotronzombotron Registered
    If you have flash installed and you dont wanna waste too much time on games but still want to have fun then make sure you check some zombie online games, i am sure you will like them!
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