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Programming Linux Games



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EBook Description: Linux is a great operating system for developers, and even for casual users who don't mind the initial learning curve. But until recently, Linux has been lousy for gaming. This isn't due to any technical shortcoming; Linux has plenty of performance and stability to support high-performance multimedia applications. It did, however, lack support from game developers. Thanks to portable game programming toolkits like SDL and OpenAL, this is beginning to change.


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