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Mountain Released

Tuesday 19th of August 2014 11:39:27 PM
Would you like to build a Mountain? If so, David O’Reilly and Double Fine have your back with 99 cents of mountain building. The description is simply: ~ you are mountain – you are god ~ Ambient procedural mountain game, as seen on The Internet. Mountain on Steam

Trace Vector Released

Tuesday 19th of August 2014 11:35:30 PM
High-speed action-arcade game Trace Vector has been released on Steam: Trace Vector is a high speed action arcade game with puzzle elements. Featuring a modern take on vector style graphics, Trace Vector plays like an easy to learn, hard to master, game of the golden age of the 80′s video arcades. Race your space ship […]

GOG.com and Linux

Sunday 27th of July 2014 05:41:10 PM
GOG.com announced this week that they now offer Linux game titles! A while ago, we’ve announced our plans to add Linux support as one of the features of our digital platform, with 100 games on the launch day sometime this fall. We’ve put much time and effort into this project and now we’ve found ourselves […]

Frozen Cortex Beta

Sunday 27th of July 2014 05:37:51 PM
Mode 7, the developers of Frozen Synapse, have released a beta of their latest title Frozen Cortex for Linux:

Civilization: Beyond Earth Previews

Sunday 27th of July 2014 05:33:42 PM
Two previews of the Alpha Centauri-inspired and Civ5 sequel Civilization: Beyond Earth were posted this week: Rock, Paper, Shotgun Polygon

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