Prison Architect, a game developed and published by Introversion Software, and available for the Linux platform, has just received a massive update.
Valve has come a long way in the past two years over the past two years with the introduction of Steam for Linux, porting of their games to Linux, the introduction of SteamOS, pushing of other game publishers to Linux, open-sourcing some game components, and much more.
This code translates Microsoft High-Level Shader Language (HLSL) shaders from legacy Direct3D 9 to OpenGL GL Shading Language (GLSL) shaders.
An updated installer ISO and ZIPs[repo.steampowered.com] are also included. Major changes here include fully unattended installation (no more mucking around with steam/desktop logins and manually running scripts), multiple language support and pre-installing all the firmware packages.
A new open source game engine has been launched by the name of Maratis. It is a portable open source, visual game engine that can be used both by game developers and artists alike.
You'll soon be able to stream and play highly realistic three-dimensional video games from within the Mozilla Firefox browser. Mozilla recently announced that the most recent version of its Firefox browser can run games developed with the Unreal Engine by Epic Games, which forms the backbone of many major 3D video games.
Gaming on Linux is picking up and so is the demand for more and more games to be available on the platform. Witcher 3 users now want the game to be made available on Linux at the same time when it hits other operating systems. Linux users are requesting CD Project Red to consider Linux as a standard platform for the Witcher 3 along with their other games in development.