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  • Gnome Boxes – A Front-end Tool For QEMU And KVM

    As we all know, there are is no doubt that Linux has tremendous support for Virtualization. There are so many virtualization softwares available including VMWare, VirtualBox, OpenVZ, XEN, KVM, Docker and the list goes. These software are mainly for intermediate and advanced Linux users. If you’re a beginner and having very little knowledge in Virtualization, then it is bit difficult to use the above mentioned tools. You may, probably, need an Intermediate or an expert user’s help. I bet you what? you don’t need anyone help. Yes. Meet Gnome Boxes, a beginner friendly, lightweight, graphical tool that makes virtualization lot easier.

  • Zbackup 1.4.3 Has Been Released. Install It On Ubuntu Or Arch Linux Now
  • Company of Heroes 2 Released on Mac and Linux

    Developed by Relic Entertainment and previously published by SEGA for PC, Company of Heroes 2 is also available now for Mac and Linux via Steam, with the Mac App Store version to follow shortly afterwards, Feral Interactive announced.

  • Carmageddon: Reincarnation Is Still Coming to Linux

    Carmageddon: Reincarnation is a game developed by the same team that made the first title all the way back in 1997. They have already released the game on Windows, and they plan to make it available for Linux users as well.

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  • Shadowrun: Hong Kong Arrives for Linux Players

    Shadowrun: Hong Kong, the third stand-alone game in the new Shadowrun series developed by Harebrained Schemes has been released on Steam, GOG, and Humble Bundle, and a Linux version is also available.

  • Five Super Cool Open Source Games

    In 2014 and 2015, Linux became home to a list of popular commercial titles such as the popular Borderlands, Witcher, Dead Island, and Counter Strike series of games. While this is exciting news, what of the gamer on a budget? Commercial titles are good, but even better are free-to-play alternatives made by developers who know what players like.

  • Old and Famous TuxRacer Game Arrives on Ubuntu Touch

    The Ubuntu Touch platform needs a lot of apps to attract more users, but it also needs games. There aren't a lot of complex, 3D titles available, and now TuxRacer is one of them.

  • Dying Light Crashes on Linux After Latest Patch, Here's the Solution

    Some users are reporting that Dying Light for the Linux platform no longer starts after the latest patch has been released.

    Dying Light is one of the newest triple A games that landed on Linux in the past few months. The performance wasn't great, and many users complained about the fact that it didn't seem like a quality port. The developers pushed a few patches out the door, and the quality of the game for Linux users increased tremendously, even if it's still not up to par with Windows.

  • Feral Interactive Buys More AMD Hardware to Optimize Linux Games

    Feral Interactive is a studio that specialized in porting games for the Linux and Mac OS X platforms, and they have already launched a number of titles. The developers are now making an extra effort to make their games work better on AMD hardware.

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