My first computer ever was a Macintosh LC. I remember going to Egghead Software and ALWAYS being disappointed in the selection of games I could choose from. While my friends were playing Wing Commander, I was stuck with Freddy Pharkas Frontier Pharmacist! Actually, that was a fun game. Regardless, this Apple/Lack of Games issue has been going on for at least 30 years... and now I feel old.Linux and Apple just aren't for gaming.
Or you could just install Windows and stop being silly.I really had hoped that after the full release they might start on a Linux version. That's sad. So no Planet Coaster for me. That means I'll keep watching Youtube videos and they get the money while frontier doesn't xD
There are only trojans for Linux. Insta-infect viruses like Windows has don't exist on Linux.Just wanted to point out that there are viruses/malware out there that infect Linux. Of course the more popular an OS, the more there are and the more you hear about it. Don't think that just because you have Linux, that you're safe.
You expect people to buy a €130 operating system, which is inferior to their current one, to play a €40 game? [gaga]Or you could just install Windows and stop being silly.
I have AVG Ultimate (the paid version!). Got an e-mail with a fake .doc file that was actually an executable. AVG didn't detect it. So I reported it. A day later, it did get detected. But then I got another few e-mails that had about the same text and about the same executable and then those didn't get detected either. So now I have to report those too.People who make viruses HAVE NO LIFE, NO LIFE, they have nothing better to do with their lifes. They make people suffer and are so inconsiderate, stealing your personal info or other bad stuff. Fortunately, companies like AVG, Norton, etc create and sell software. AVG also uses heurestics which monitors the behaviour of everything on your PC. Big lol at those viruses makers. AVG Internet Security monitors in real time all the programs running on your PC. if it detects something, it's off to the police station, aka Virus Vault. [wink]. True internet security software CAN pick up stuff which can go unnoticed or missed by even Microsoft's Windows operating systems, including Windows 10.
LOL .. Whatever .. Apart from Vista and ME, every MS OS has been an improvement over the last one. If you can't see that then well .. there isn't much more I can say. Every time a new OS comes out you get the same people say the same thing .. its laughable at best and insulting at worst.You expect people to buy a €130 operating system, which is inferior to their current one, to play a €40 game? [gaga]
I use nothing but Windows 10 anymore. You're barking up the wrong tree.LOL .. Whatever .. Apart from Vista and ME, every MS OS has been an improvement over the last one. If you can't see that then well .. there isn't much more I can say. Every time a new OS comes out you get the same people say the same thing .. its laughable at best and insulting at worst.
Oh and you can buy Windows 10 for something like £15 if you know where to look.
If that's going to be the basis for your argument its going to be a very short lived one.
Anyone wanting to play a theme park game on Linux, Parkitect runs on Linux.With the release of Steam Proton, Linux users have been able to play many Windows games. But not all. Could you be able to get Planet Coaster able to run through Steam Proton for Linux users? I would be happy to buy the game if you could.