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Humble Indie Bundle 8 Launches With Many Titles

It's already time for another Humble Indie Bundle to get your hands on more multi-platform DRM-free games at whatever price you want. All of the games this time around are compatible with Linux via native clients except for a CrossOver/Wine-based copy of Dear Esther.
28 May 2013 - Humble Indie Bundle 8 - 12 Comments

Sega To Release Football Manager 14 For Linux

As pointed out in our forums, Football Manager 2014 will see a native Linux client.
26 May 2013 - Football Manager - 29 Comments

X3: Albion Prelude Released For Linux Gamers

One month after the release of X3: Terran Conflict for Linux, Egosoft has now released X3: Albion Prelude.
15 May 2013 - Linux Gaming - 19 Comments

TTimo Announces Experimental Framework For New Games

Timothree Besset, perhaps better known amongst Linux gamers as "TTimo" and the former main "Linux guy" at id Software, has announced es_core. The purpose of es_core is to provide an experimental framework for low-latency, high-FPS multi-player games.
12 May 2013 - ES_CORE - 12 Comments

Jedi Academy Thrives As Open-Source Software

It was one month ago that Activison and Raven Software open-sourced two of their games. While Star Wars Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast and Jedi Academy are old titles, they are now thriving as open-source software.
10 May 2013 - Jedi Academy - 28 Comments

Half-Life 2 Games Released For Linux On Steam

In Valve's continued Linux conquest, their latest titles they have ported natively to the penguin platform is Half-Life 2 and many of the add-ons.
9 May 2013 - Half-Life 2 Games - 93 Comments

Garry's Mod Creator Comments On Linux Plans

Garry Newman, the creator of the popular "Garry's Mod" Source Engine game mod, has commented on their Linux release plans.
8 May 2013 - Garry Newman - 2 Comments

Brütal Legend Is Exciting To Linux Gamers

With today's debut of the Humble Double Fine Bundle, Linux gamers seem particularly excited by the debut of the Brütal Legend game for the penguin platform.
7 May 2013 - Making Wet

Humble Bundle Launches Double Fine Bundle

The latest Humble Indie Bundle has just launched and it includes games from Double Fine.
7 May 2013 - Humble Bundle - 18 Comments

Unvanquished Alpha 15 Brings Engine, Renderer Updates

The 15th monthly alpha release of the open-source Unvanquished first person shooter has brought with it a modest assortment of updates.
6 May 2013 - Unvanquished

Epic Citadel Demo Brought To HTML5 Browsers

Earlier this year Epic Games brought Unreal Engine 3 to web browsers in the form of WebGL and HTML5. Epic has now released a new technology demo for HTML5 web-browsers in the form of Citadel.
6 May 2013 - HTML5 - 9 Comments

Left 4 Dead 2 Beta Surfaces For Linux Gamers

As expected, the beta of Left 4 Dead 2 is now natively available to Linux gamers via Valve's Steam.
3 May 2013 - Left 4 Dead 2 - 44 Comments

Turbulenz Game Engine Open-Sourced

The Turbulenz game engine has been open-sourced under the MIT license.
3 May 2013 - Turbulenz - 3 Comments

Unigine Adds In Support For Oculus Rift & WebGL

Unigine Corp has made another round of noteworthy updates to their visually amazing cross-platform game and simulation engine.
1 May 2013 - Unigine Engine - 5 Comments

OpenMW 0.23 Brings NPC Movement AI, Item Repairing

OpenMW, the open-source engine re-implementation of Elderscrolls III: Morrowind, has a new version out. OpenMW 0.23 features the initial implementation of NPC movement AI, item repairing, enchanting, levelled items, texture animation, basic particles, and a lot more. This release comes just ahead of Morrowind's eleventh birthday.
29 April 2013 - OpenMW 0.23 - 1 Comment

Left 4 Dead 2 Beta On Linux Coming Next Week

Left 4 Dead 2 is going to be released as beta next week on Linux by Valve!
25 April 2013 - Left 4 Dead 2 - 41 Comments

SPGT: Open-Source Remote 3D Gaming

SPGT, short for Single Player Game Transmitter, is an open-source project that provides support for remote desktop transmission of games and other interactive 3D applications.
14 April 2013 - SPGT Gaming - 10 Comments

Unigine OIlRush 1.34 Released, Now On Steam

Unigine Corp has finally brought their in-house OilRush game to Valve's Steam Linux client. The debut on Steam came as part of the game's v1.34 update.
12 April 2013 - Unigine OilRush - 10 Comments

Counter-Strike: GO Might Soon Be Out On Linux

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, the latest installment to Valve's Counter-Strike franchise, is being tested on Linux and might soon be released to the general public.
10 April 2013 - Counter-Strike: Global Offensive - 38 Comments

Unvanquished Alpha 14 Enhances Its GL3 Renderer

The 14th alpha release of the visually impressive Unvanquished open-source game has been released. Notable to this month's alpha update are enhancements to the game engine's OpenGL 3.x renderer.
8 April 2013 - Unvanquished Alpha 14 - 4 Comments

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