Loki are not in any kind of serious financial trouble. I'm not entirely
sure what the hold up is with Alpha Centuri, but I believe its related
to packaging. However, I'm sure Loki, like anyone else, would be happier
if their sales were higher. I'm sure most of you can imagine what would
happen to linux video and audio development *if* major players like Loki
On Wed, Feb 21, 2001 at 03:07:01PM +0000, Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
> But Loki could be in serious financial trouble if some speculative
> reports are correct. As one reported, "Alpha Centuri"(sp?) went gold 6
> months ago and is yet to ship".. :(
>>> "John P . Looney" wrote:
> > >
> > > You can get a demo from
> > > http://www.lokigames.com> > >
> > > the demo is crap as its too easy - but you get the general idea.
> > Downloading now...no 3D version ? The number of times someones' ruined a
> > good 2D game by going 3D...
> > Damn, but I love the loki_demos program. It's excellent. As are their
> > loki_update & loki_uninstall programs.
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