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Games: Logitech, SuperTuxKart, Din's Legacy and ASYLUM

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  • Logitech Steering Wheel manager pyLinuxWheel has a big new release out

    Another sweet new release of pyLinuxWheel is up, giving you even more options for managing your Logitech Steering Wheel on Linux thanks to new features.

    In version 0.6.0 released today, there's a new profile saving feature. An incredibly handy feature, allowing you to set up the range, resistance, gain, change to an alternate mode and so on to save and load those specific settings any time. Useful, since certain types of racing games are better with a different range on the wheel as just one example.

  • Free and open source racer 'SuperTuxKart' has a new test release out, online play improvements

    SuperTuxKart continues getting even better. The 1.0 release back in April was huge, with SuperTuxKart 1.1 getting a first Release Candidate now to improve on the previous new features like online play.

    Getting online play into a better state has been an "important area of focus in the new version", with the team adding in things like "IPv6 client and server support, improved synchronization (especially for collisions), expanded support for AIs, management features for server owners, and increased support for addons, along many more minor fixes and quality-of-life features" which all sounds pretty fantastic.

  • Fun action-RPG Din's Legacy is now available DRM-free on GOG, Drox Operative 2 in development

    Released on Steam earlier this year, Din's Legacy, the newest action RPG from Soldak Entertainment is now available to pick up DRM-free from the GOG store.

  • Supernatural horror adventure 'ASYLUM' gets an Epic MegaGrant

    Seems like Epic Games continue to open their wallet as shortly after Ore LLC were given one for Ira, game manager Lutris, painting app Krita and now Senscape have announced they've also been approved for an Epic MegaGrant to finish up ASYLUM.

    Writing in their Steam announcement, they said that while the game was progessing well their finances were running on fumes. Thankfully they also said clearly there really is no strings to attached and so they're not suddenly going Epic Store exclusive. On top of that, Senscape said once again it will come to every platform originally promised including Linux. Although that shouldn't come as a surprise, as we spoke to them on that only recently.