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  • Worms W.M.D updated with a free game mode 'Forts'

    Worms W.M.D [Steam, Official Site] has just received a fresh update to add in a free game mode about battling with Forts, an apparent fan-favourite mode from earlier games.

    You pick an animated fort, a special tactical item of your choice like a Sentry Gun or a Health Crate and then it's all-out war. Forts also get a flag composed of your Steam profile picture, I can see that being abused...

  • Hot Guns, a fast-paced action platformer that reminds me of Broforce

    I absolutely adored Broforce after completing it, so I'm really happy that Hot Guns [Steam, Official Site] supports Linux as it does remind me of it. The game released recently without much fanfair, which is a shame as it's great.

  • The Culling is currently broken on Linux, with no reply from the developer

    In another case of a game developer seemingly not caring about the Linux version, The Culling [Steam] is currently broken on Linux with no reply from the developer when asking about it.

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  • Chrome's Ozone Adds Gamepad Support

    Chrome's Ozone abstraction layer has added support for gamepads.

    Ozone, the platform abstraction layer focused on input and graphics to Chrome beneath the Aura window system, is now aware of gamepads. With Chromium Git is initial support for gamepads and gamepad events and ties into evdev for input on Linux.

  • SnarfQuest Tales, a humorous fantasy point and click adventure, is available

    Following a successful crowdfunding campaign, the first episode of the point and click adventure game, SnarfQuest Tales [Official Site] has gone gold and has been available for some time.

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  • Collabora Online 2.1 Officially Released, Improves Scalability, Interoperability

    Collabora Productivity team, the driving force behind putting LibreOffice in the Cloud, proudly announced today the release and general availability of Collabora Online 2.1 and Collabora Online Development Edition (CODE) 2.1.

    In an effort to make the collaborative editing experience even better, Collabora Online 2.1 is here to improve both the interoperability and scalability by rebasing the code on the recently released Collabora Office 5.3 office suite designed for enterprises and based on the LibreOffice 5.3 open-source office suite.

  • man-pages-4.11 is released

    I've released man-pages-4.11. The release tarball is available on kernel.org. The browsable online pages can be found on man7.org. The Git repository for man-pages is available on kernel.org.

  • man-pages-4.09 is released

    I've released man-pages-4.09. The release tarball is available on kernel.org. The browsable online pages can be found on man7.org. The Git repository for man-pages is available on kernel.org.

  • Corebird 1.5 Native Twitter Client for GNU/Linux Revamps the Account Creation UI

    The developers of the Corebird native and modern Twitter client written in GTK+ for the GNU/Linux distributions were proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Corebird 1.5.

    Corebird 1.5 is a stable update of the application, and quite a hefty one. It comes about three months after the second bugfix release in the 1.4 stable series to add a bunch of new features and improvements, but also to clean the code of unnecessary functionality or redesign parts of the graphical user interface (GUI).

  • Feral Games Is Hinting At Something New

    It's been several weeks since last having any interesting new Linux game news to talk about, but Feral Interactive seems to be getting closer to announcing something new for gamers.

  • Feral Interactive are teasing something, again
  • Be the villain in Nefarious, an action platformer about kidnapping princesses

    Want a chance to be the villain? Wish granted! Nefarious [Steam, Official Site], an action platform about kidnapping princesses has a Linux version and it's not bad.

  • Phoronix Test Suite 7.2.0 Milestone 2 Released

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