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  • Red Eclipse 1.5 Overview & Screenshots

    Red Eclipse is a free, open-source first-person shooter based upon the Cube 2 engine, with both single-player and multi-player support. It’s a fantasy shooter that bundles a very large number of maps and comes with modes such as DM, CTF or Defend and Control. For some reason, the game always gives me a feeling of calm, and the music theme is really great. So let’s take a brief look at this new version.

  • Reversi, A Classic Board Game Released On Steam For Linux, Developer Postmortem

    Radium was released for Windows on Desura last year. After getting greenlit for Steam earlier this month with a promise of a Linux version, it made its Linux début on Steam shortly after.

  • Warlocks Renamed To Warlocks Vs Shadows & Now On Steam For Linux

    Warlocks vs Shadows is an action RPG/brawler game set in a fantasy world invaded by shadow monsters. I've followed it since Kickstarter, and it looks great!

  • Pythetron : A 2.5d Shoot’em Up for PC, Mac and Linux
  • How to run Windows software in Linux: Everything you need to know

    Linux is more capable than ever. With over 1000 Linux games available on Steam and a general shift towards more web-based desktop software, there’s less need for Windows than ever. After all, you can now watch Netflix on Linux without any hacks, and you can even use Microsoft Office on Linux—a web-based version of it, at least.

    But, as most dedicated Linux desktop users will eventually discover, there comes a time when you just need to run a particular piece of Windows software on your Linux PC. There are quite a few ways to do so. Here’s what you need to know.

  • Frozen Depths: Clear, cold perfection

    I promised I wouldn’t hold out too many roguelike games unless they could show off something unusual, either thematic or mechanic. The *angbands from a week ago were all viable games, but either didn’t bring anything new to the table, or just didn’t quite satisfy.

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