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  • Open Source Initiative, Breathing Games Collaborate By Creating Open Source Gaming Software

    The Open Source Initiative (OSI) announced that Breathing Games an international community working to improve the quality of health care and life expectancy for people with respiratory disease through therapeutic, science-based-and fun-games, had become an affiliate member.

    With one person in five now affected by chronic respiratory diseases-asthma, obstructive disease, and cystic fibrosis among many others-creating effective and engaging patient therapies is an increasingly challenging public health care issue. Patients, especially children, often perceive effective, traditional breathing exercises as boring and tedious. Poor patient compliance results in additional hospitalizations and increased costs. Research shows health-based gaming delivers promising results in positively changing behaviors and influencing health care practices.

  • Dolphin 5.0 Emulator Released, Now Requires OpenGL 3 & 64-bit

    Version 5.0 of the open-source Dolphin Emulator for playing Nintendo GameCube and Wii games on Windows/Linux/OSX is now available.

    Dolphin 5.0 is powered by a revitalized dynamic compiler, requires OpenGL 3.x support (or Direct3D 10 on Windows), there is also an experimental D3D12 back-end but not yet any Vulkan back-end.

  • FORCED SHOWDOWN now available on Linux & SteamOS

    The developers of FORCED SHOWDOWN have emailed in to let us know that the deck building action twin-stick game is now available on Linux.

    They have even sent in a key, so you can expect some thoughts on it soon.

  • Two Worlds Epic Edition openworld action RPG now on GOG for Linux

    GOG have now added in a Linux build for Two Worlds Epic Edition that requires Wine in order to function.

    I have no problem with Wine being used to bring over older games.

  • Nidhogg, the fencing action game is heading to Linux with a Beta

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An Everyday Linux User Rant About Steam

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When Valve's Steam was first introduced to Linux it was seen as a great victory. Finally prime time gaming will be available to the Linux masses.

That was some time ago now and there have been many new announcements relishing the fact that there were 400 games available and then 500 games available and then 1000 games available etc.

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7 open source terminal games for Linux

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Do fancy graphics really make a game better? Can a text-based game for Linux still keep you entertained?

Don't get me wrong, I do occasionally enjoy playing a AAA game release from a major studio. But as I've gotten older, I've found that I really value gameplay (and nostalgia too, admittedly) far more than how photorealistic my gaming experience is.

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