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Linux Gamers Are Going Crazy For This New Game

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Gaming There's another Kickstarter-backed game that may be coming to Linux and it's causing Linux gamers to become extremely excited.

Why Free Linux Games Won’t Cut It

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Gaming Richard Stallman of the Free Software Foundation recently mused on the topic of non-free games on Linux, and unsurprisingly he rejects them, even though admitting that they “might encourage users of the games to replace Windows with GNU/Linux”.

Gaming on Linux: The State of Affairs

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Gaming As users of Linux, most of us are generally left bereft when it comes to games. However, in spite of such commercially viable (though non-FOSS friendly) policies of game manufacturers, Linux still has its own share of wonderful games, with the likes of Battle for Wesnoth topping the list.

John Carmack: Linux Version Of QuakeLive Better

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  • John Carmack: Linux Version Of QuakeLive Better, Rage Possible
  • id's Rage Linux Port Not Actively Pursued
  • Super Duper Game Bundle: Linux Tycoon and 2299
  • Speed Dreams 2.0 Released with New Stuff
  • Interview with Clive Crous from Linux Game Publishing
  • A Special Linux Delivery At Valve Software
  • Legends of Eisenwald may come to Linux

Valve's Gabe Newell Talks Linux Steam Client, Source Engine

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Gaming For those that have doubted the exclusive Phoronix claims for quite a while now that the Steam client and Source Engine are in fact being ported to Linux, the doubts can be nearly laid to rest.

A New Game Engine Comes To Linux

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Gaming Confirmed yesterday was a new version of a popular but proprietary game engine that will work on Linux with its next release.

Shadowrun Returns Will Have Linux Support

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Gaming A few days ago, the Shadowrun Returns team promised that if their Kickstarter reached the $1 million mark, they'd be able to include some extra features, including a Linux version. Lo and behold, that milestone has been reached and Linux support is a go.

Meet the Linux Tycoon tycoon

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Gaming Linux Tycoon creator Bryan Lunduke may have an unlikely gaming hit on his hands as the buzz begins to spread

Also: Fallout Free Today, Supported By PlayOnLinux

Trine 2 Finally Arrives

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  • Trine 2 Finally Arrives on Linux
  • Much Awaited Game Client Finally Running Natively On Linux
  • Wasteland 2 is coming to Linux
  • Quake2World Goes Into Beta With Nice Graphics
  • Wanna play Steam games now

Ryan's Tools For Linux Game Porting, Development

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Gaming Last week at the Chicago Flourish conference, well known Linux game porter/developer Ryan "Icculus" Gordon shared some of his recommended open-source tools and libraries for Linux game development.

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