- Media License, because there are games with free engine but haven't free graphics or music
well, you need both engine and artwork to create a game but I think the artwork is far more important than an engine can be. Artwork is that part of a game which makes your game different, what creates feelings and emotions between the end user and your game.
Since, this is a database for end users (and not developers) I would prefer to keep that license stuff simple(either open or not and one tag for both)
- Language, because there are some free games develop with Unity or simply you want to help in python games for example.
As I said end users not developers if you are interested you can still ask/look at the developers site which scripting languages are supported.
- Language localization, because for example I am spanish and I want to look for rpg with spanish translations.
In general a good idea, but there are only a few free localized linux games so it wouldn't change much.
Forum topic: Questverse: Space Anime RPG on Lgdb
Game: Super Hexagon
Begin . Game Over, Begin ... Game Over, Begin ..... Game Over, Begin ...... Game Over (>_<), Ok, this was hard maybe I should try the two other difficulty levels - harder and hardest (o_O;)
- I love this game!
Since we have the differentiation between first and third person point of view already in the database, it was possible to ad that to the filter list.
Thanks for the info. It was like you suspected and it is now fixed.
installed it in desura. too bad I have to find someone play this with me.
Game: Retro Blazer
Thanks for the link. Been keeping an eye on this project, can't wait to play it!
Ah yes that is true,i was referring to when the camera is behind someone, it might be better to have "behind" in that case.
Sorry for confusion.