SteamOS/Linux Game Development Porting In 2016

Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 22 February 2016 at 06:37 AM EST. 3 Comments
Ethan Lee who has ported dozens of games to Linux (mostly indie titles like FEZ, VVVVVV, Waveform, and others) while also leading the development of FNA as a Microsoft XNA re-implementation presented at this year's MAGFest conference in Maryland about Linux/SteamOS gaming.

Ethan Lee talked about the process of Linux game porting, a few gripes he has from the few years he's been porting (Windows) games to Linux, and more.

If you are curious what Ethan has to say about Linux/SteamOS game porting in 2016, see this directory where so far he has a LibreOffice Impress presentation with all of his content.
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