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Step Back to the 90s with this Mega Drive Emulator for Ubuntu

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ubuntugamer.com: I don’t know about you guys and girls, but sometimes I like reminiscing about my childhood by playing some good old Mega Drive (Genesis for those across the pond) games. You can’t beat a good round of Sonic.

Amnesia: The Dark Descent Linux Update 1.0.1

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linuxgames.com: Many thanks to Nemoder for letting us know that Frictional Games’ latest adventure/horror game has been updated to fix a few crashes and many level design bugs. More here or here

REVIEW: OpenAstroMenace 1.2.0

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openbytes.wordpress: OpenAstroMenace (OAM) is a fork of the title AstroMenace and the work of Viewizard software. The game, distributed under the GPLv3 has not been updated since 2008 however that doesn’t stop it from being a great, complete game.

Gaming is Alive and Well on Linux

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linuxplanet.com: Gaming on the Linux platform is alive and well, thank you very much. In fact, there are more quality games available for Linux today than ever before.

SillySoft launches Castle Vox boardgame

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macnn.com: SillySoft has released Castle Vox, a "classic strategy" game for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux featuring 35 maps and various historical, geometric or fantasy settings. The game is periodically updated with new maps.

Game of the Day: Minecraft

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Linux Could Be A Problem For MMO Handheld The Jungle

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kotaku.com: Panasonic's recently unveiled portable massively multiplayer online gaming platform won't be a success, can't be a success if there are no games to play on it.

Primal Carnage Dropping The GNU/Linux Port

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linuxgamingnews.org: Lukewarm Media, The developers of Primal Carnage The dinosaur FPS I’ve wrote about have decided to change engine. Instead of the beautiful Unigine they have moved to the free as beer UDK (Unreal Development Kit). Sad

Frictional Games - Amnesia: The Dark Descent review

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itreviews.co.uk: Frictional Games may be a small Swedish indie studio, but the outfit has a flair for atmosphere and production values which make its horror titles stand out as much as any heavyweight developer.

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