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The State of Linux Gaming 2011

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osnews.com: When I decided to take on this article I thought it would be easy. Grab a few quotes from some developers, re-hash WINE support, check out the latest version of Battle for Wesnoth... Simple stuff. I was wrong.

Indie Royale Bundle update

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  • Indie Royale Bundle update
  • Jens Nilsson Interview: Amnesia & The Future
  • Unknown Horizons 2011.3 (final) lands on openSUSE

Desura client may be open sourced

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  • Desura client may be open sourced
  • Humble Voxatron Debut Keeps on Adding Games, Total Count is Now 7
  • Clone Wolf: Protector Is Out For GNU/Linux
  • The Binding of Isaac Is Available for Linux

Steam on PCLinuxOS

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  • Steam on PCLinuxOS
  • Hands on Impressions: Ignite Racing Game
  • New Trailer for 'Salem' [Upcoming MMO for Linux]
  • Tank Fighting Game 'Digitanks' Released for Linux
  • 2 new games added to the latest Humble

Doom 3 Source Code Packaged and Tested, Almost Near Final Release

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ubuntuvibes.com: Two months back, John Carmack, Founder and Technical Director, id Software announced that soon Doom 3 code will be open sourced. Now he confirmed through a recent tweet that everything has been tested and packaged and source code release of Doom 3 can happen anytime now.

The Humble Voxatron Bundle

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gamingonlinux.com: Theres a new bundle folks, this one is for a single game again, but one I have been following for a while so I'm quite excited about it.

Amnesia 75% off Halloween sale

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gamingonlinux.com: Stores selling Amnesia will offer discounts during the Halloween weekend. Some as much as 80% off, a rumor has it you'll even be able to get a three day rent for free!

Dead Cyborb episode 2 teased

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  • Dead Cyborb Episode 1 updated, episode 2 teased
  • Tanglet: Boggle Style Game for Ubuntu
  • Kot-in-Action to make a quake style shooter?
  • ’Gameolith’ Launches UK and European Storefronts
  • The 10 scariest video games you've never played

5 Open Source Games Come Together to Form 'Free Game Alliance'

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ubuntuvibes.com: Free Game Alliance is a collection five free and open source games spread across a variety of genres. All these games are cross platform and works on Linux, Mac and Windows.

Oil Rush Beta Arrives is Ubuntu Software Center

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techdrivein.com: Oil Rush is a real time naval strategy game with stunning graphics and gameplay. This is one game that kept all of us waiting. Now, Oil Rush is available for installation via Ubuntu Software Center.

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