Linux.com: The Michael Vance interview [Game Developer for Loki]May 11, 2000, 13:50 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Linux.com: With the upcoming port of Soldier of Fortune comes yet another first-person shooter for Linux. What do you think about porting racing and/or flight simulators to Linux in the future?"
"Michael Vance: It's always been Loki's goal to cover a wide range of titles. We've done strategy games, shooters, mech games, simulations, card games, and so on. We expect to continue with that philosophy in the future. While I can't divulge titles, we are looking into the types of games you mention.
"Linux.com: What do you find to be the most challenging part of porting games to Linux?
"Michael Vance: The most challenging part is identifying and understanding the various differences between the Windows and Linux toolchains. The funny answer would be "dealing with the people on newsgroups," however. :)"
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