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Conquer the Caribbean: Port Royale 4 Announced

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Kalypso Media has announced Port Royale 4 (Kalypso Shop | Steam), an all-new entry in its much-loved seafaring trading sim series, financially supported by ‘Film und Medienstiftung NRW’ and developed by Gaming Minds Studios (Railway Empire, Patrician) for release in Q4 2020 on Windows PC, PlayStation®4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
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Online and Operational: Spacebase Startopia Revealed

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New space station management sim announced at gamescom 2019
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Pyro Studios Remasters Emerge at gamescom 2019

Kalypso Media has today released the first full trailers for Commandos 2 - HD Remaster and Praetorians - HD Remaster. Developed by Yippee Entertainment and Torus Games respectively, these two classic strategy titles will arrive on modern platforms in 2019 with enhanced controls and updated graphics.
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Closed Beta available now for Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars

Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars Pre-purchase customers get first chance to go hands-on with thrilling new strategy game
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Dungeons on Linux

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    Dungeons on Linux

    Due to Windows 10 Win32 threading problems, I had to move my Gaming over to Linux.

    Dungeons II / Dungeons III both work flawlessly on Gentoo Linux.
    The game even works well with the Open Source AMDGPU video driver.

    Only complaint I have about Dungeons 3 is the "Skirmish" function.
    The auto-generated maps have a "sameness / regularity" to them.

    ​​​​​​​Please pass on a "Job Well Done" to the developers.

    Have you consulted with the person where you bought your OS?


      It was a do 'DIY / Do It Yourself' effort. Even triggering 'Game Mode' made no difference. The built-in virus scanner is a resource hog, and setting exclusions apparently do NOT work.