All I can say is:
I can't believe what I just saw. And money was mentioned in the article too. I hate the
thought of dashing someone's dreams, but, someone needs to wake up quick. Hopefully, they
haven't already invested too much of themselves in this project. You can still play all kinds
of freeware games on Linux like doom, duke-nukem, hexen, ... that are most certainly more
engrossing than this -- game -- would appear to be. On top of that, you can play a decent
amount of commercial games too.
Let's face it. We all have windows. If we absolutely "must" play a specific game that can't
be play on Linux (i.e. native or cedega/winex/wine, ...), then we can always dual-boot.
For what it is worth, my criticism only reflects what I see as of now. Maybe in some distant
future (if this thing stays alive), I'll look back and state "wow. this has come such a long
way". Right now, however, I won't hold my breath waiting for that moment.