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Desura, the Steam-like game distribution service that came natively to Linux last year, is now open-source.
21 January 2012 - Steam-Like - 20 Comments
Relics of Annorath, a game announced last year, is nearing its alpha release. This forthcoming MMORPG game is built atop the Unigine Engine and will feature a native Linux client.
18 January 2012 - Relics Of Annorath - 6 Comments
Red Eclipse, a total conversion mod of the "Cube 2" engine, is now at version 1.2 after racking up many changes to this open-source game.
6 January 2012 - Cube 2 Overhaul - 9 Comments
Ryan "Icculus" Gordon doesn't have any new Linux game ports to report on for now, but he does have some announcements concerning some open-source development tools he's been working on recently for some of the Linux ports of the Humble Indie Bundle game titles.
4 January 2012 - Linux Gaming - 9 Comments
There's open-source development work on re-implementations of BioWare's 3D game engines, principally at this point for the Aurora engine as used by Neverwinter Nights.
3 January 2012 - Re-Works - 22 Comments
Alien Arena, an open-source first person shooter that's often overlooked, is out with their 7.53 release. This version brings many enhancements to the alien-themed game.
30 December 2011 - Open-Source Gaming - 1 Comment
The Humble Indie Bundle #4 has now ended with a record-setting $2.3+ million dollars in revenue.
28 December 2011 - Record-Setting - 2 Comments
There's some news to pass along today from Unigine Corp.
28 December 2011 - New Updates - 14 Comments
An update has been released to Wargus, an open-source version of the Warcraft II game that was originally released back in the 90's.
25 December 2011 - Update - 2 Comments
Wildfire Games has released their eighth alpha release of their 0 A.D. ancient warfare game.
24 December 2011 - New Release - 2 Comments
The Humble Indie Bundle #4 just crossed the two-million dollar threshold as four days remain to pick-up a collection of multi-platform indie games at whatever price you wish.
23 December 2011 - Breakage - 4 Comments
More than a month ago I was the first to write about the CoreBreach racing game coming to Linux. Well, there's some more interesting news to deliver today.
21 December 2011 - Gaming - 16 Comments
The Humble Indie Bundle #4, which just launched yesterday, is off to a really great start. In less than 24 hours this collection of cross-platform indie games has pulled in more than one million dollars.
14 December 2011 - Not Bad - 22 Comments
As suspected, there's a new Humble Indie Bundle in time for Christmas. The "Humble Indie Bundle 4" just got started this afternoon with a collection of new multi-platform, DRM-free games where you can set your own price.
13 December 2011 - New Bundle - 44 Comments
If you were hoping to play Frozenbyte's new game, Trine 2, under Linux this year, you're out of luck. Frozenbyte has announced that the Linux client of Trine 2 has been pushed back into 2012 while the Mac OS X and Windows versions will ship today and the console ports before year's end.
7 December 2011 - Trine 2 - 21 Comments
The Humble Introversion Bundle sale ended this afternoon as the two-week period of paying what you want for a collection of cross-platform, DRM-free games. This latest bundle fell just short of 200k sales and generating $800k USD.
6 December 2011 - Ended - 6 Comments
It's only been a few weeks since id Software released the Doom 3 source-code (id Tech 4 engine) and the ioDoom 3 project was established, but there's already some interesting work going on for this newly opened GPL game engine.
5 December 2011 - ioDoom 3 - 8 Comments
There's three days left to the Humble Introversion Bundle that offers up a collection of DRM-free, multi-platform games at whatever price you wish, but how is this Linux game sale performing?
3 December 2011 - Bundle - 4 Comments
Following the release of the Doom 3 source-code last night by id Software under the GNU GPLv3, an "ioDoom3" project has already been formed out of this id Tech 4 engine code.
23 November 2011 - First - 28 Comments
The Doom 3 source-code -- based upon the id Tech 4 engine -- is now available as open-source software to the gaming community under the GNU GPL license.
22 November 2011 - Open-Source - 19 Comments
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