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Unigine Engine Splits Into Game And Sim Products

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Unigine Corp has shared that their flagship advanced 3D engine, which originally was targeted for games but is now seeing greater use within simulators and professional 3D visualization areas, is forking into Unigine Sim and Unigine Game.

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Space Hulk released for Linux

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Full Control’s Space Hulk, the studio’s adaptation of the Warhammer 40,000 board-game, is now available on Linux.

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Hands-on: Steam's in-home PC game streaming beta already feels like magic

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The ability to stream games around the house would be cool in and of itself, but Valve's in-home streaming technology needs to succeed if the company wants its upstart SteamOS operating system and the associated ecosystem of Steam Machines to catch on in the living room.

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5 Must Have Steam Titles on Linux

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Gamers on Linux are in heaven after the arrival of Steam and with a decent catalogue being updated aggressively by Valve, future for gaming on Linux looks bright. But chances are you may be a hardcore Linux enthusiast, with no or least interest in gaming but after Steam’s arrival, you want to give Gaming a try but don’t know where to start. We are here to help.

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First ever CryEngine Game to head for Linux

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Kingdom Come: Deliverance is set to be the first ever game on Linux that is based on the CryEngine. According to the Kickstarter page for the open world Role Playing Game (RPG) there will be Linux support for the game when it releases which is slated to be the fourth quarter of 2015.

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Four must try Indie games on Linux

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Linux dominates almost every part of our lives – it powers services like Facebook to Google, it powers ATM machines, our printers, routers, stock exchanges, NASA missions and drones. Linux now also dominates the consumer space, thanks to Android and ChromeOS. And it’s going to further increase its presence in 2014. Gaming used to be one area where Linux was in a weaker position but that’s going to change with SteamOS. There are a lot of games which are available for GNU/Linux based operating systems and our game correspondent Partha has picked four games that he thinks you must try. Read on…

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Paradox’ Runemaster and Hearts of Iron IV heading for Linux

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Paradox Studios, the development house behind the hugely successful and addictive Magicka, Crusader Kings and Europa Universalis IV among other games, officially announced in their recent Miami convention that they are planning to launch two new games, Runemasters and the highly anticipated sequel to the Hearts of Iron series, Hearts of Iron IV. Both games are slated to be getting a Linux release along with a Windows release.

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