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Christian
V-Play Team

Hi John,

you can fully develop on Linux with V-Play and create games for Linux and all the other supported platforms like iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Windows & Mac.

The only thing that is currently not supported is the Sample Launcher. The Sample Launcher makes it easier to explore all the sample games provided. However, you can open each of the projects individually by opening the .pro files in the V-Play SDK directory unde <V-PlaySDK>/Examples/V-Play/demos and run them.

Sample Launcher will also be available for Linux in the coming weeks, so then you are also able to browse all examples from 1 application.

But development itself has no limitations on Linux at the moment, because the full V-Play API is available on Linux.

Cheers, Chri

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