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Games: Blade Symphony, Godot, Overload, West of Loathing, Sunless Skies, and Wine

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Wine 2.14 and New Games for GNU/Linux

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Games: Cossacks 3, Valve, GOG, and Stellaris: Synthetic Dawn

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Vulkan in Games on GNU/Linux

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Games: Linux Game Sales Statistics, SteamVR on Linux, Steam Statistics, and Wine for Games

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Games: The Silver Case, SimAirport, OpenMW

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  • The Silver Case, a remaster of the original 1999 title is now available on Linux

    Today we gain another remaster of a classic game. This time it's 'The Silver Case' [GOG, Steam] which originally released in 1999, many years later it was remastered and release in 2016 and now we have it too.

    According to my research, the game wasn't available in English before this remaster, so it's fantastic to not only see it revived, but localized for a wider audience too.

  • SimAirport, an airport design and management game is looking for Linux testers

    SimAirport [Steam, Official Site] aims to be a modern tycoon-style game where you build and manage every aspect of an airport. It's coming to Linux and the developers are looking for some testers.

  • OpenMW 0.42 Released To Let Morrowind Live On

    For fans of OpenMW, the open-source re-implementation of the engine powering Elderscrolls III: Morrowind, a new feature release is now available.

    OpenMW 0.42 is the project's newest release. OpenMW 0.42 features support for water sound effects, implementing various particles / magic particles / other in-game visuals, more implementations of OpenMW-CS, and dozens of bugs have been fixed.

Games: Frostbite Edition, Ravenfield, ARK: Survival Evolved, Downward, Pizza Connection

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Games: Dolphin, Helium Rain, GOKEN and More

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Games: Cosmic Star Heroine, Tower of Time, Serial Cleaner, Objects In Space

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Games: Revolt Of Gamers, Full Throttle, The Long Dark and RPCS3

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  • Hover : Revolt Of Gamers, a Parkour game styled a little like Jet Set Radio is on Linux

    Hover : Revolt Of Gamers [Steam, Official Site] is one we missed that released in full recently, they also added a Linux version with the full release.

  • Full Throttle Remastered Rides onto Linux

    Once again, I have the honour of sharing a new Linux game that I've both been a fan of and have ported to Linux.

  • Gaming: The Long Dark

    I normally don’t play survival games or walking simulators, but The Long Dark by Hinterland Games, which I purchased back then when it was still in early access on Steam, took me into new realms. You are tossed out into the Canadian wilderness with hardly anything, and your only aim is to survive, find shelter, food, craft tools, hunt for food, explore. And while everything by now is Sandbox mode, on August 1st the first episode of Story mode is released. Best time to get the game!

  • RPCS3: A Play Station 3 Emulator Is Available for Linux

    If you are looking for PlayStation 3 Emulator then you are on the right place. RPCS3 is an open-source Sony PlayStation 3 emulator written in C++ programming language and development of this emulator began on 23rd May, 2011, RPCS3 was founded by programmers DH and Hykem, it is available for Linux and Windows released under license GNU General Public License Version 2 (June 1991). It currently supports modern Vulkan, Direct3D 12 and OpenGL graphic APIs. The emulator is capable of booting and playing hundreds of commercial games. With time more and more games are becoming closer and closer to either booting or full play-ability.

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Add-on board expands i.MX6 UL SBC

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