Tribsoft

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Tribsoft, Inc.
Defunct
Industry Interactive entertainment
Headquarters Montreal, Canada
Key people
Mathieu Pinard (Founder)
Products Jagged Alliance 2 for Linux
Website http://tribsoft.com/

Tribsoft was a Canadian software company that specialized in porting computer games to the Linux platform.

It was responsible for porting Jagged Alliance 2, as well as gaining the porting rights to Europa Universalis, Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim, and Jagged Alliance 2: Unfinished Business.[1] In the end only Majesty was ever ported, and that was done by Linux Game Publishing. Europa Universalis II is also said to be coming to Linux.[2]

Sometime in 2002 the owner of Tribsoft mentioned that he was "taking a short break" from porting games to Linux. This break eventually became permanent, when Tribsoft shut down in late 2002.[3]

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