I want to try stepmania with a dancepad.
Zero-K and Xonotic are my usual games.
Anyone fuck around with getting an vive running in linux?
<Currently playing VA-11 HALL-A.
i've been playing celeste and hollow knight recently (i love platformers). Then there's of course a lot of roguelikes and MUD that you can play on almost every single machine.
there's also a surprisingly high amount of window games that i got to work almost flawlessly with wine without having to do any configuration
Oh man, I'd be careful with that.
Take a look into the info they collect from you.
EmptyEpsilon, an SBS, get it here:https://daid.github.io/EmptyEpsilon/
needs multiple players by design, so you'd need to join one of the online communities as you don't have irl friends, which usually communicate with nonlibre software.
>>2072>Take a look into the info they collect from you.
I believe they've dropped that now. I don't know how much I trust the devs, but the game itself is probably fine.
Such a comfy game.
arisu minecraft server when
Legend of Equestria
A minetest server would be ideal honestly.
I second this. In Minetest you play Minetest while in Minecraft you play "gather all mods which the server uses".
Atari, ZX, Famicom, Sega & other old console games. Recently I've passed "Kirby's Adventure".
do you have any recommendations?
i recently purchased a controller
The old classics, top voted etc., of course. I don't think that my own personal, subjective, baby-duck-syndrome-based preferences would fit you as they fit me.
I can sugget you what not
1. Do not
open any manuals on "Star Raiders II". Really, never do that. The only thing you need to know is that W switches weapons, S toggles shields, T switches tactical info, SPACE switches front camera/space map, turning shields off reduces fuel usage during warp jump. Oh, and ZX version has a better balance than Atari one.
2. The only playable version of "Bruce Lee" is an Atari one.
If minetest was anywhere near as functional, that'd be the go to.