Talk:Loki Entertainment

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From the Postal Fudge Pack readme:

The basic list is Postal 1 ("Classic and Uncut",
editor or multiplayer included. We suck, sorry. This is a
new port, and not the Loki version of the game)..."

Can it be verified that the standalone Postal 1 they sell is still the Loki version? —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 19:41, 3 November 2010 (UTC)

Can I verify this here? I did the Postal 1 port that's in the Fudge Pack; it was a new port from the Windows codebase. I didn't have access to Loki's port, which I think might have actually had the editor and multiplayer code.

Also, a nitpick in the current article:

In 2004 Human Head Studios has released the source code for Rune, but nobody make updates for Linux version.

Grammar aside, this statement isn't true; they probably gave out the game scripts, which modders could use, but not the C++ code for UnrealEngine1. You couldn't update the Linux port, or port to any new platform, without that C++ code. (talk) 03:18, 18 December 2012 (UTC) --ryan.

I fixed the grammar. This article seems complete and is well written and non objective, however, it could use more sources. CircuitChild (talk) 03:32, 7 February 2013 (UTC)

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