...and I've 100%'ed the game. Safe to say that the project is fairly playable! Only issues I noticed were some weirdly displaying particles in the volcanic crater. Can't wait until Jak 2 is ported.
Update: As of version v0.1.5, the Linux version now has sound!
I think it's only a matter of time before this port becomes the best way of playing this game. A nice win for game preservation.
I'm been really impressed by the progress the Open-GOAL project has made, which aims to reverse engineer the Jak and Daxter games.
There's unfortunately no sound on Linux, which seems to break cutscenes, but it's still possible to explore large parts of the game.
Made a commit on a SUPER SECRET project for the Deck. I wonder if other games will need similar fixes when users switch between the Deck's screen and an external monitor.
Broke: Running Windows 11 on your Deck
Woke: Running Windows 95 on your Deck
My own compiled binary of re3 (reverse engineered source port of GTA3) works pretty well. Definitely beats playing the Switch port of the remastered version.
#Fedora launches a live streaming initiative! BattlEye adds support for ARK & Mount & Blade II on #Linux, NVIDIA announces the 2060 12GB, Steam is headed to Chromebooks, and #Linus attempts to install a font.
Special thanks to:
KRDucky (new pat)
Zyn (new pat)
TheSyldat (game donation)
SuperTuxKart 1.3 release candidate is out with a Switch Homebrew Port, new arenas, new karts, and GUI improvements.