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Oliver McFadden has been working on renderer improvements to the open-source id Tech 4 engine for the Doom 3 game. This project is now going under the name Dante.
4 August 2012 - Doom 3 - 7 Comments
While id Software was known for years as being a Linux-friendly game company with providing native ports of their in-house titles with support for the id Tech engines on Linux, this is no longer the case. John Carmack, the founder of id Software, has lost his commitment to seeing Linux support.
4 August 2012 - id Software - 345 Comments
Urban Terror 4.2 is expected to go into public beta tomorrow with many new features and improvements.
2 August 2012 - Game Update - 5 Comments
Besides Valve Software, another Linux-friendly game company to be presenting next week at SIGGRAPH LA 2012 is another Phoronix favorite, Unigine Corp.
2 August 2012 - Unigine Engine - 26 Comments
Warsow 1.0 was released on Sunday as a major update to this multi-platform open-source game that actually has good game artwork, is quite unique and interesting, and serves as a decent Linux OpenGL benchmark.
30 July 2012 - Warsow 1.0 Released - 6 Comments
By now many of you have likely seen the blog post by GNOME's Benjamin Otte where he argues that GNOME is staring into the abyss, but if you have not, it's worth reading.
28 July 2012 - Yes, Really - 132 Comments
It looks like Blizzard agrees with Valve: Microsoft Windows 8 is a wreck. But will Blizzard be bringing their games natively to Linux?
27 July 2012 - Unsure - 40 Comments
For those into open-source multi-platform gaming, the Qfusion-engine-powered Warsow game will see its version 1.0 release on Saturday.
27 July 2012 - New Game - 37 Comments
The dhewm3 engine, which is one of the open-source forks of the id Tech 4 engine similar to ioDoom3, is now working on Wayland.
27 July 2012 - It's Working - 32 Comments
As I alluded to yesterday, on Sunday I'll be on the Linux Action Show broadcast to discuss Linux gaming with the recent public Valve Linux news that I have been exclusively talking about for months/years, etc.
22 July 2012 - Linux Action Show - 11 Comments
With all the excitement this week about Valve confirming their Linux plans on their blog and other worthwhile developments like collaborating with Intel on their open-source Mesa driver and Valve wanting to do things for open-source, EA and their Linux efforts have once again been brought up.
21 July 2012 - Not Much Good - 16 Comments
If you are curious how Valve and Intel improved the OpenGL performance of their Mesa driver and also at the same time finding areas for performance optimizations within the Source Engine, here's some of the tools used.
21 July 2012 - Scouting It Out - 5 Comments
The Android-based Ouya game console has already raised more than five million US dollars in its first ten days.
19 July 2012 - Ouya Game Console - 26 Comments
It was pointed out in our forums today while discussing Valve on Linux that Croteam has shared today that Serious Sam 3 is running on Linux.
18 July 2012 - Serious Sam 3 - 32 Comments
There's finally some open-source id Tech 4 / Doom 3 advancements to report on today. Oliver McFadden has released his new OpenGL ES 2.0 renderer with GLSL support for Doom 3.
17 July 2012 - Open-Source Doom 3 - 3 Comments
Unigine Corp is hosting an interesting "open air" game development conference later this week in Tomsk, Russia.
17 July 2012 - In Tomsk - 4 Comments
On the same day as announcing he's joining Valve Software, Sam Lantinga announced that it's time to unleash Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) 2.0 on the masses.
14 July 2012 - SDL 2.0 - 20 Comments
In the hours today while being pre-occupied with Debian-related matters in Nicaragua, a new Android-based sub-$100 Linux game console received over one million dollars in funding from the community.
10 July 2012 - Funded - 112 Comments
At the end of June I mentioned Alien Arena: Reloaded would be released next week. Today in fact that was made a reality with the release of this open-source CRX-engine-powered game.
6 July 2012 - Arrived - 16 Comments
Last August I wrote about another Unigine-based game being developed, which at the time didn't have an announced title and details were scarce. In recent weeks, more information on this Unigine title -- which will have a native Linux client -- has been released and it's called Tryst.
5 July 2012 - Tryst Game - 22 Comments
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