Tag Archives: Linux games

Loose Bits, Nov 28 2006

By | November 29, 2006

From my PR intray, some surprisingly interesting little odds and ends: LocalCooling is a 100% Free power management tool from Uniblue Labs that allows users to optimize their energy savings in minutes and as a result reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions. The software “automatically optimizes your PC’s power consumption by using a more effective power save mode. You will… Read More »

Alternatives For SimCity Addicts

By | March 2, 2004

For anyone who is a SimCity addict, looking for an alternative, check out Mobility 2. It looks a lot like SimCity, without some of the bells and whistles of later versions, but it focuses on public transportation, and was, until recently, available for free. Now it’s into version 2.11, includes a land editor and available as shareware for… Read More »

News: The Sim Franchise Rolls On

By | July 31, 2003

 I don’t know whether to be excited or appalled at how Electronic Arts have turned the Sim thing into such a money-making business. Purists weren’t that enamored of Sim City 4, and my computer is not really powerful enough for it to be fun, and The Sims Online has not been the great follow-up to The Sims that… Read More »

Column: SimCity 4

By | March 13, 2003

Loose Wire — Calling All Control Freaks: Crave power? Get a taste of it in the newest version of PC game SimCity; In it, you build and govern your own city, then fill it with characters that you’ve created   By Jeremy Wagstaff from the 20 March 2003 edition of the Far Eastern Economic Review, (c) 2003, Dow… Read More »