1) When I installed the latest Raspbian (via the latest NOOBS), I noticed a directory and a user and maybe one or two other references scattered around the system, named "indiecity". I've been curious about that for some time. What is that???
2) A day or two ago, I installed "dosbox" on my Pi, to check out how it compares to running dosbox on other OSes. As it turns out, dosbox has always worked flawlessly for me on Windows and on Mac, but the one OS that it seems not to work quite so well on is Linux. So, there were some adventures of an unsavory nature running dosbox on the Pi, which I may detail in another post.
In particular, one of the problems I had running my game under dosbox on the Pi, was speed. Since the Pi isn't as powerful CPU-wise as the x86 chips powering Windows and Mac, the game is understandably rather slow running on the Pi.
3) Hoping to improve upon this situation, I remembered that there is something called "fastdosbox" out there. I was saddened to find that I could not "apt-get" it, so I tried a Google search. What I found is that it seems "fastdosbox" is "sold" by "indiecity" (see? That's how this thread ties together...) via their "Store", and is, alas, not free (free as in beer, as they say...)
Have I got this all right? Is there a work-around?
And some folks need to stop being fanboys and see the forest behind the trees.
(One of the best lines I've seen on this board lately)