Gaming

Faces of TheodasYeah, I am a gamer.  On Linux!  You can be too!!  Even though I don’t play nearly as much as I once did. I’ve always gamed on computers. From the moment I played Space Invaders the very first time, I was hooked. From the original arcades to sitting for hours on end eating junk food working on that raid run in some MMO. These days I casually play the classics on occasion. Nothing is more important that having an active, healthy lifestyle. I had to lea that the hard way.I used to like to play video games like Grand Theft Auto or some MMORPG. I don’t do it much anymore. I loved to get lost in a digital fantasy world where I can be powerful and heroic. I also enjoy playing games with friends such as a network game or an online shooter from time to time. I loved playing MMORPG games, but I’m not all about seeing who can get the most gear, toys and achievements. I’d rather kill the monsters, die a lot and just have fun. I found it better to enjoy every aspect of the games I play. Playing fairly. Not making it difficult for others. I occasionally enjoy helping others out who are new or need a hand to achieve their goals. These days I’ve lost my taste for games. I still play, but very little. New games are overwhelming, so I tend to stick with old favorites.

The Elder Scrolls Online

I have spent more years and money on World of Warcraft than I’d like to admit. Still no where near the money I wasted on playing Last Chaos. Even then, it wasn’t close to the money wasted on … well we won’t go there. Every time Blizzard released an expansion, they changed everything. Every single time. I’d quit and within months I was back. Not because I loved WoW anymore, it was because I was addicted to flying mounts and the need for a game that somewhat filled my needs to play. I’d try other games, including ESO. They all would come up short.This last time I tried ESO, suddenly everything clicked and it worked. It’s immensely more beautiful than WoW and it doesn’t have any fucking pandas. Sure they have lizards and cats. I’ll take those over pandas.Now I’m having a blast!  Yes!  On LINUX!!

Characters: (Click to see more info)

Theodas Bloodthorn

Theodas Bloodthorn

Theona Helwood

Theona Helwood

Thana Bloodthorn

Thana Bloodthorn

Theon Ashvine

Theon Ashvine

Theoden Lanister

Theoden Lanister

World of Warcraft

Not sure where I am going on WoW, but here’s my toons:

Theodas

Theodas

Kyllia

Kyllia

Theodos

Theodos

Theodes

Theodes

Theona

Theona

Theodana

Theodana

Theodaz

Theodaz

Nephara

Nephara

Theodez

Theodez

Theolla

Theolla

Games on Linux!

A list of games I am playing or have played very happily on Linux!

Currently Playing

 

ESO IconThe Elder Scrolls Online.  A massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) developed by ZeniMax Online Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks.

Launcher: Steam

UT IconUnreal Touament: Game of the Year Edition.  A first-person arena shooter video game developed by Epic Games and Digital Extremes. The second installment in the Unreal series, it was first published by GT Interactive in 1999

Launcher: Steam

BeamNG IconBeamNG.drive.  A vehicle simulation video game developed and published by Bremen-based video game developer BeamNG GmbH. The game features soft-body physics, which simulate realistic handling and damage to vehicles.

Launcher: Steam

WoW IconWorld of Warcraft.  A massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) released in 2004 by Blizzard Entertainment. Set in the Warcraft fantasy universe, World of Warcraft takes place within the world of Azeroth.

Launcher: Lutris

Have Played

KoA IconKingdoms of Amalur – Reckoning.  Reckoning follows the story of the Fateless One, a resurrected person freed from the Fate Weave which binds all of Amalur’s people. The Fateless One ends up fighting the rogue Fae Gadflow and his god Tioch, who seek to destroy the mortal races. Gameplay has the Fateless One exploring the open world of Amalur, completing quests and fighting a variety of enemies both in the open world and in dungeons.

Launcher: Steam

GTA V IconGrand Theft Auto V (Online).  An action-adventure game developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games.  Set within the fictional state of San Andreas, based on Southe Califoia, the single-player story follows three protagonists—retired…

Launcher: Steam

FlatOut2 IconFlatOut 2.  An action racing video game developed by Bugbear Entertainment and published by Empire Interactive in Europe and Vivendi Universal Games in North America. It is the sequel to the 2004 game FlatOut.

Launcher: Steam

Thief IconThief: Deadly Shadows.  A stealth video game developed by Ion Storm for Microsoft Windows and Xbox that was released in 2004, on May 25 in North America and on June 11 in Europe. It is the third video game in the Thief series.

Launcher: Steam

Minetest IconMinetest.  A free and open-source sandbox video game and game creation system with focus on voxel graphics. It is written primarily in C++ and makes use of the Irrlicht Engine. Minetest provides an API for users to write their own games and mods written in Lua. It is cross-platform, being available for Linux-based systems, FreeBSD, Microsoft Windows, MacOS, and more.Launcher: Native Client
RDR2 IconRed Dead Redemption 2 (Online).  An action-adventure game developed and published by Rockstar Games. The game is the third entry in the Red Dead series and a prequel to the 2010 game Red Dead Redemption. The story is set in a fictionalized representation of the United States in 1899 and follows the exploits of outlaw Arthur Morgan.

Launcher: Steam

TheDarkMod IconThe Dark Mod.  A free and open-source software first-person stealth video game, inspired by the Thief series by Looking Glass Studios. The game provides the basic framework and tools (engine, assets, models, and editor) for more than 160 fan-made missions, including several multi-mission campaigns.

Launcher: Native Client

Wreckfest IconWreckfest.  A racing video game developed by Bugbear Entertainment and published by THQ Nordic. Wreckfest is described as the spiritual successor to the FlatOut series and a cross between FlatOutDestruction Derby and cult 1989 PC racer Street Rod. A notable feature of the game engine is the use of soft-body damage modelling.

Launcher: Steam

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Currently Playing

Offline
14.5 hours / two weeks
11.5 hours / two weeks
3.0 hours / two weeks

 

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