News Play Half Life at 70FPS on a Raspberry Pi

Jul 9, 2020
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Thanks for the mention. The game was free on Steam. You could get a copy at https://store.steampowered.com/news/57848/

I encourage people buy the games on your desired gaming platform. PiKISS ask you if a copy of the game you want install is around your house.

Be legal with that according with your country laws 😄
 
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Thanks for the mention. The game was free on Steam. You could get a copy at https://store.steampowered.com/news/57848/
Anytime there is a sale on steam the orange box drops to a couple of bucks.
There is also the VALVE COMPLETE PACK that's a compilation that includes pretty much everything old that valve ever released and that also gets heavily discounted at every steam sale and it is a complete your collection thing.
Don't ever buy a single valve game on it's own at full price,valve is a big boy they can handle the loss of profit.
 
Oct 1, 2020
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I own Half-Life on Steam, but after 3 days I still can't find how to copy it from Steam to my Raspberry Pi 4. PiKiss is amazing, but when I get to the point of installing the game, entering Y at the ownership prompt takes me to a message saying that the game could not be found. I have looked all over Google, but every reference to running Half-Life using PiKiss is just a reprint of this article. Any help would REALLY be appreciated to get me into and out of Black Mesa!
 
Oct 20, 2020
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I'm unable to get this to work. I have a Steam copy I have purchased and I can play on Steam on my other devices. I run PiKiss after the install and it appears to install Half Life. The icon is in the Games menu and there are files and folders in a Half Life directory. However, when I try to run Half-Life, nothing happens. Nothing at all. Has anyone else experienced this? I'm running Raspbian (I've tried Twister too) with no luck.
 

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