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Gaming on Linux, Better Than You Would Think

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all-things-linux.blogspot: Gaming on GNU/Linux is still getting a bad rap. Obviously there aren't as many titles to choose from and you'll be hard pressed to go into your local Game and find Linux support advertised on the jewel case. However, no big deal. There are plenty of games out there that will keep you busy.

Bungie open sources the complete Marathon Mac FPS franchise

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h-online.com: To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Bungie, the American game developer now famous for its Halo franchise, has announced that it will release the source code for Marathon Infinity, the third game in its Marathon Trilogy.

Corsix Beta 7

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  • Corsix Beta 7
  • Unigine OilRush Needs More Time To Drill
  • Out of the Park Baseball 12 ships for Mac, PC, Linux
  • Cobalt, New 2D Multiplayer Action Game is in Development
  • nD, New $10 Gaming Handheld Device

Beacon: Sweet Little Game with Touching Story

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ubuntuvibes.com: Beacon is a sweet platformer created in just 48 hours by indie developer randomine that takes us on a memorable 15 minute journey.

Quake Turns 15, Frag On!

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ostatic.com: It was brought to my attention that Quake turned 15 years old Wednesday. Games have come a long way since then, but yet these old games can still transport players into other worlds doing things mere humans usually only see in a movie. In honor of its anniversary I thought I'd load it up and play through it once again.

Steel Storm: Burning Retribution Summer Special

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linuxgamingnews.org: Alexander Zubov from Kot-In-Action the developers of the Steel-Storm games loves the GNU/Linux users and want as many of them (us) to buy his game. But he is very disappointed from the sales, only 3% of the consumers are GNU/Linux users. So,

25 Games, 25 Guns: The Weapons that Defined First-Person Shooters

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maximumpc.com: Building this post made us wonder aloud: how many types of triggers have you digitally pulled over the years? The entire staff of Maximum PC practically grew up playing first person shooters, so we'd have to guess in the hundreds.

Digitanks to Get a Linux Port

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ubuntuvibes.com: On the Digitanks front, there is good news in two areas. First is that I’m drawing near to the release of the beta for the new version that features the first two campaign levels. We’re also closing in on a Linux port of the game.

Open Source Game 0 A.D. Making Leaps and Bounds

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thevarguy.com: It’s been a while since we last checked in with 0 A.D., the open source project which, as I’ve said before and will say again, could have huge implications for the open source channel. Sadly, the game is not yet complete, but it’s made some major leaps in recent months.

John Carmack Closer to Quake 1

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  • John Carmack Talks Quake Reboot, Something Closer to Quake 1
  • Planeshft 0.5.7 Released
  • Legions Of Ashworld Under Development
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