Precise's Ubuntu Software Center adds two new video specifications-"enabled" apps
Ubuntu 12.04's Ubuntu Software Center introduced (or accepted), weeks ago, video playing support directly inside Ubuntu Software Center in the application's detail view, approach used, first, by a new commercial game.
It is now clear that the mentioned ability is not singular, but, on the contrary, various developers have started to land their applications by taking the complete specifications "road", in the sense of using all that is available to be used for describing, advertising, pointing out, etc unique aspects of a particular game or utility.
Plutoids is a 2.5D gravity-based artillery game with an action placed in the space, where players can enjoy various planets and weapons.
Plutoids is available in Precise's USC for $2.99, presenting its description, along with text and pictures, via a handy 5.24 minutes Vimeo clip.
Vovoid VSXu ($5.00) is an OpenGL-based modular programming environment, that allows one to not only create but also visualize 3D effect in real-time.
Vovoid VSXu is available in Precise's USC, taking advantage, along with the traditional text and image approach, of a 10.11 minutes Vimeo clip.
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