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Software News   Software News : Lincity-ng ported to AmigaOS4
   posted by afxgroup on 13-Nov-2007 23:42:25 (3063 reads)
Hi all,
during my normal compilations, I have ported Lincity-ng to AmigaOS4.
What is Lincit-ng:
LinCity-NG is a City Simulation Game. It is a polished and improved version of the classic LinCity game. Within the scope of the GoTM project we have created a new iso-3D graphics engine, with a completely redone and modern GUI.

Enjoy another Amigasoft game..



At moment is in queue:http://www.os4depot.net/download.php?file=queue/lincity.lha
    

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Re: Lincity-ng ported on AmigaOS4
Posted on 14-Nov-2007 0:52:49
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Cool!

I will try to find the time and try it on the weekend!


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Re: Lincity-ng ported on AmigaOS4
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Nice

http://lincity-ng.berlios.de/


Hmm, GoTM and new 3D-engine with GUI

GoTM= Game of the Month?

So, what comes in December?

New 3D-engine?

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Re: Lincity-ng ported to AmigaOS4
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This looks like a game that I could waste hours on. Maybe I shouldn't download it.

Also, am I the only one concerned about how close the rocket is to other buildings in this screenshot? Looks nice though.

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Re: Lincity-ng ported to AmigaOS4
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Good work!

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Great work... :)


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Looks great !
It's a little like a very much polished SimCity.


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am I the only one concerned about how close the rocket is to other buildings

you should be... whoever was the city planner is either short-sighted or lacks a proper understanding of thermal/kinetics laws...

Nice catch btw


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Thanks for your ports, thanks a lot


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I tried LinCity but can't get it working.
Is it supposed to work "out of the box" or there's something else I need to do?

Basically, after the initial Grim Reaper, I get a black screen with music palying in the background. My stack is at 1.000.000.

Help!!!! ;)

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Re: Lincity-ng ported to AmigaOS4
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The version I downloaded complains about not finding a data file...


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