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Transgaming to Support Half-Life 2 on Linux

 
 
steve
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      11-20-2004

http://www.transgaming.com/news.php?newsid=135

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TransGaming Technologies Announces Linux Support For Half-Life 2 With Cedega
Issued on Thursday November 18, 2004

Toronto, Canada - November 18, 2004. TransGaming Technologies, the world's
leading developer of software portability products, today announced
unprecedented Linux support for this year's most highly anticipated video
game, Valve Software's Half-Life 2. On the heels of its commercial debut,
TransGaming's Cedega product will run Half-Life 2 on the Linux operating
system, right out-of-the-box.

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Dave - Dave.net.nz
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      11-21-2004
steve wrote:
> TransGaming's Cedega product will run Half-Life 2 on the Linux operating
> system, right out-of-the-box.


ummm, willing to be corrected, but can't you get both these without boxes?
 
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