"While computer heavyweights like IBM have been focusing on the
commercial potential of the Linux operating system, a small
start-up in southern California sees a new opportunity in Linux:
the market for computer games."
"Loki Entertainment Software has begun translating big-name
games to Linux systems, and its first product is expected in the
first quarter of 1999, said Loki President Scott Draeker. The
company plans to sell shrink-wrap versions of as many as 10
different titles in retail stores, he said."
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