The latest Linux game port by Feral Interactive is the Life Is Strange title with all five episodes.
Just one day after Virtual Programming released a new teaser video for Overlord on Linux, the OSX/Linux game porting company announced their release date for the game that is coming to Linux and Mac, the better part of a decade after the Windows release.
Virtual Programming has been working on porting Overlord I and Overlord II to Linux and Mac. They have just released another teaser video, perhaps indicating the ports are almost ready to ship.
If you want to relive gaming from the early 90's, Day of the Tentacle Remastered is now available for Linux.
The promising Unvanquished open-source first person shooter game has been in development for years, is powered by the Daemon Engine as a distant derivative of id Tech 3, and has shown much potential from the engine to artwork. However, the past few months have been eerily quiet.
Less than one month after the release candidate to SuperTuxKart 0.9.2, the official release is now available for your open-source racing fun this weekend.
Our just-published 12-page AMD Radeon RX 480 Linux review features a wealth of interesting OpenGL/OpenCL/Vulkan Linux benchmarks along with performance-per-Watt and performance-per-dollar metrics and more. Check it out if you haven't already. This article are just some extra Steam Linux gaming benchmarks for the RX 480 vs. various NVIDIA graphics cards in the games that can't be fully-automated like Tomb Raider, Shadow of Mordor, and Company of Heroes 2 where the benchmarks had to be manually executed.
Version 5.0 of the open-source Dolphin Emulator for playing Nintendo GameCube and Wii games on Windows/Linux/OSX is now available.
The first release candidate is out today of the SuperTuxKart 0.9.2 open-source racing game inspired by Mario Kart.
Developers behind the Unity Game Engine have announced the 2D Experimental Preview with new features.
For those wanting to play The Talos Principle this weekend, Croteam has released a significant update to the game.
It's looking quite possible like Hitman 2016 will be released for Linux.
The cross-platform GLFW library that provides an API similar to SDL for abstracting out differences in window creation, contexts, inputs/events, and more, is now up to version 3.2.
The Mir back-end inside SDL2 now has support for the relative mouse mode as is important for some games.
Shadow of Mordor is a beautiful game on Linux, but quite demanding on the hardware. Here's how it performs with Linux.
There are more than four times as many Linux games available today as there were two years ago.
A few days back I wrote about the Steam Link being just $35 USD for your streaming Linux gaming needs via Valve's platform. Now, Amazon is finally listing the Steam Controller at $35 USD as well.
After more than three years in development, version 3.0 of the Lightweight Java Game Library (LWJGL) is now available. LWJGL is an open-source Java library for helping game developers but can also be used by other application developers for accessing other functionality that otherwise isn't offered by the Java API.
The latest version of Unreal Engine 4 is now available to game developers.
RetroArch has announced their first release of the Mednafen/Beetle PSX HW PlayStation emulator for Linux and other operating systems.
The Linux 4.7 kernel is going to include out-of-the-box support for Microsoft's Xbox One Elite Controller.
Feral Interactive has made the Linux port of the F1 2015 Formula One racing game available now via the Steam Store and their own Feral Store.
Earlier this month we learned of a new game coming that's powered by Unigine after first the developers were looking to make use of Unreal Engine 4. We've already confirmed there will be a Linux port of this Unigine-powered MMORPG and this week the developers published the first screenshots.
Not only is Feral expected to launch today F1 2015 for Linux but they've also put out a hefty update to Tomb Raider.
The Linux and OS X builds of Valve's Counter-Strike: Global Offensive are finally 64-bit!
Feral Interactive just announced via Twitter that F1 2015 will be released for Linux this week.
It looks like in the past few days Crytek has made their CryENGINE game engine available via GitHub,
There is OpenMW as a re-implementation of Morrowind, OpenRA as a re-implementation of Command and Conquer, and many other open-source game projects out there seeking to be free engine re-implementation of popular classic games. The latest of these projects is OpenRW, a re-implementation of Grand Theft Auto III.
It has taken longer than anticipated, but it looks like Valve will be releasing Dota 2 with Vulkan API renderer support within the next week.
As anticipated, Frozenbyte released their newest game today, Shadwen, and there's day-one Linux support.
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