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Annex: Conquer the World

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  • Annex: Conquer the World
  • Let's Play: The Elder Scrolls IV - Oblivion
  • Ninjas And Brooms, Indie Game 'Dustforce' Coming Soon To Linux
  • Another Unigine-Based Linux Game Soon To Alpha

Linux Games: No Gravity

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  • Linux Games: No Gravity
  • Some RPGs on Linux
  • Indie Game A Hate Story

3 Nice Blender Made Games for Linux

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techdrivein.com: Blender is known for its 3D creation capabilities worldwide and is widely used for creating animated films, visual effects, interactive 3D applications and games with cutting edge computer graphics.

Retro Blazer Is Your Old School First Person Shooter, Only Different

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ubuntuvibes.com: Retro Blazer is a new first person shooter for Linux featuring fast paced gameplay.

Humble Indie Store Is Coming?

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ubuntuvibes.com: Since few days back, the web has been abuzz with rumor of development a Humble Indie Store that sells cross platform games.

Tomes Of Mephistopheles Teaser Released !

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Ryan "Icculus" Gordon Has Some New Tools

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phoronix.com: Ryan "Icculus" Gordon doesn't have any new Linux game ports to report on for now, but he does have some announcements concerning some open-source development tools he's been working on recently for some of the Linux ports of the Humble Indie Bundle game titles.

'Quantum Unleashed', New FPS Game With Amazing 3D Graphics [Made In Blender]

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ubuntuvibes.com: Quantum Unleashed is a new multi platform FPS game made using Blender Game Engine. The game is currently heavily under development by a small team of talented developers and artists.

Three Great Linux Gaming Services/Applications

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jeffhoogland.blogspot: Today I would like to take a moment to talk about three different ways to get access to some great games on your Linux PC. They are DJL, Desura and Gameoltih.

Game Engines Should Always be Open Source

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thinkdigit.com: Games are another form of media we experience, but due to the richness of this media it is probably not feasible nor even a good idea to have common formats or specifications for how games should be created. How then is it possible to ensure that the games created today live on even when the systems they were created on a long obsolete?

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