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Linux Users Continue To Pay Most

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  • Linux Users Continue To Pay Most for the @Humble Indie Bundle
  • CoreBreach On Linux Is Ready, May Go Open-Source
  • Announcing the Stop That Hero! Alpha
  • 2D Puzzle Platformer 'Beret' Open Sourced
  • Humble Indie Bundle 4 Adds Bundle 3 Games
  • Indie Arcade Game 'Rotion' Coming Soon to Linux

'No Time to Explain' Season 2

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  • 'No Time to Explain' Season 2 Released for Linux
  • New Titles on Desura
  • Caster now on Desura
  • 10 Indie Games for Linux part 1
  • 10 Indie Games for Linux part 2
  • CoreBreach: New Racing/Combat Game
  • New Linux Game 'Wizorb' Now Available on Desura
  • More Cool 'Native Client' Games You Can Play in Linux
  • Cobalt coming soon! Platformer published by Mojang

Introducing the Humble Deteriorating Bundle!

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Gaming I can proudly say I purchased the first Humble Bundle (the "Humble Indie Bundle"), and I can say I'm glad to have not purchased the last seven. Why?

Blender 2.61 Released

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  • Blender 2.61 Released
  • Announcing OpenTeacher
  • Ubuntu Tweak 0.6 Almost Comes with Unity Settings Support
  • Need A Psychiatrist? Meet Eliza
  • Queue Links in Firefox
  • 'Pocket Legends' and 'Star Legends' Now Native on Linux
  • 'Marble Arena 2' Released with HD Graphics

Next Bundle…

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  • next Humble Indie Bundle
  • End of Year Awards
  • Dungeons of Dredmor Expansion
  • Epic Inventor, New Side-scrolling, Crafting RPG
  • Whats happening in OpenDungeons?

Steel Storm 2 info

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  • Steel Storm 2 info
  • Dungeons of Dredmor Expansion 'Realm of the Diggle Gods' Revealed
  • New Tiny & Big Alpha Trailer
  • Oil Rush Retail
  • P'd Off Penguins

Trine 2 For Linux Delayed

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  • Frozenbyte Delays Trine 2 For Linux Into 2012
  • MegaGlest 3.6.0 Released with New Features and Improvements
  • Gameolith Winter Sale Continues, Offers Savings on Three Top Linux Games
  • Outerra 3D Planetary Engine Will Wow You
  • CoreBreach racing coming to Desura for Linux!
  • New Version Released for Linux Game 'The Platform Shooter'
  • Desura open source info
  • 'Signal Ops' to have Innovative Multi View Point Gameplay

In the Open-Source Doom 3 World

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  • What's Going On In The Open-Source Doom 3 World
  • Kenshi: New Free Roaming RPG for Linux
  • GameMaker coming to Linux
  • Ultimate Edition Gamers 3.0
  • Indie Gem "To The Moon" May Hit Linux Soon

New Linux Game 'Metagolf'

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  • New Linux Game 'Metagolf' Innovatively Combines Platforming and Golf
  • Aleph One 1.0 released
  • Three Days Left To The Humble Introversion
  • Solve Challenging Puzzles in New Linux Game 'Ortho Robot'
  • Let's Play: StarTopia
  • Linux Games: Dungeons of Dredmor
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