Hans de Goede wrote:
Have you actually tried Beneath a steel sky? It does cover a
genre, the genre of games like Monkey Island, and the later point and
click interface larry's and space quests and it covers that well, and
only for 8 Mb!
Yes, about 10 years ago I was in fact quite a big fan of Indiana Jones
and the Fate of Atlantis (also based on SCUMM) but I moved over. Sure, I
could play it a bit out of nostalgia but that is all. Have you seen the
kids these days playing old-school adventures?
Is the goal of the spin to make happy the nostalgia players or attract
new people to Fedora?
I don't argue against the inclusion of such games, but to ponder then
with something modern and cover a large user base.
Also a lot of the other games I mentioned are not pure geeky. Who
doesn't like pacman or the well known Russian falling blocks game?
Well, Tetris is part of the Gnome games package (even if Fedora let it
out due to a questionable trademark policy), so a game like it is
expected in the main desktop spin, the games spin I think should have
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