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Another World Released

Tuesday 16th of September 2014 05:07:03 PM
  Éric Chahi’s seminal platformer Another World is finally available for Linux. Originally released in 1991 for the Amiga and Atari ST, this is a native port by Ryan Gordon of the 20th Anniversary Edition. It’s also known as Out Of This World. There is a detailed history of the game and its design on Cheese Talks that […]

Wine 1.7.26

Monday 8th of September 2014 12:15:24 PM
A new development release of Wine has been announced. New items in this release include: Still more DirectWrite functions. Improvements to the common File Dialog. A number of C runtime improvements. Various bug fixes. Download: [ Wine 1.7.26 ]

Hatoful Boyfriend Released

Thursday 4th of September 2014 03:15:15 PM
If you’ve ever wanted to be the only human student in a school full of pigeons your time is now. The visual novella Hatoful Boyfriend has been released. You are invited to class. This is an updated remake from the 2011 original flash game, which was also updated later in 2011. You can find way, […]

Mountain Released

Tuesday 19th of August 2014 11:39:27 PM
Would you like to build a Mountain? If so, David O’Reilly and Double Fine have your back with 99 cents of mountain building. The description is simply: ~ you are mountain – you are god ~ Ambient procedural mountain game, as seen on The Internet. Mountain on Steam

Trace Vector Released

Tuesday 19th of August 2014 11:35:30 PM
High-speed action-arcade game Trace Vector has been released on Steam: Trace Vector is a high speed action arcade game with puzzle elements. Featuring a modern take on vector style graphics, Trace Vector plays like an easy to learn, hard to master, game of the golden age of the 80′s video arcades. Race your space ship […]

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Sorry, Windows 9 Fans, This Is How Multiple Desktops Should Work – Video

The Linux platform has always taken pride in this cool feature. Having multiple desktops is a great way to increase the productivity and there are numerous means to implement it. Lots of Linux distributions have this option, which is used in various ways. Read more