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Games: Vigilantes, Amazon Lumberyard, SiNKR

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Games: Sudden Strike, Riskers, Monsters and Medicine and More

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Games: Sid Meier's Civilization VI, Reflection of Mine, Parkitect, JYDGE, Talos Principle VR, Argentum Age, Vulkan

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Games: Linux & SteamOS FPS Games, Death Trash, New Benchmarks

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Games: Interstellar Marines, PS3 emulator RPCS3, and HEADLINER

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Designing tabletop games with open source

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The print-on-demand industry is one of my favorite products of technological innovation. It removes gatekeepers and eliminates the bottleneck of physical bulk production. It gives anybody with a good idea and the drive to produce it a way to get their work out into the world.

Print-on-demand combined with open source software is even more powerful, letting independent publishers generate content at whatever price they can afford at the time (or for nothing at all). And the tools are a pleasure to use.

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Games: Spec Ops: The Line, Overload, When It Hits the Fan, BATTALION 1944

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Games: Mushroom Wars, Star Traders: Frontiers, SimAirport, Don't Be Patchman, Relic Hunters Legend

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Games: RUINER, Natural Selection 2 and More

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Games: Starblast, Battle for Orion, Hat in Time, Overgrowth and More

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