tech-faq.com: Richard Stallman of the Free Software Foundation recently mused on the topic of non-free games on Linux, and unsurprisingly he rejects them, even though admitting that they “might encourage users of the games to replace Windows with GNU/Linux”.
linuxforu.com: As users of Linux, most of us are generally left bereft when it comes to games. However, in spite of such commercially viable (though non-FOSS friendly) policies of game manufacturers, Linux still has its own share of wonderful games, with the likes of Battle for Wesnoth topping the list.
- John Carmack: Linux Version Of QuakeLive Better, Rage Possible
- id's Rage Linux Port Not Actively Pursued
- Super Duper Game Bundle: Linux Tycoon and 2299
- Speed Dreams 2.0 Released with New Stuff
- Interview with Clive Crous from Linux Game Publishing
- A Special Linux Delivery At Valve Software
- Legends of Eisenwald may come to Linux
phoronix.com: For those that have doubted the exclusive Phoronix claims for quite a while now that the Steam client and Source Engine are in fact being ported to Linux, the doubts can be nearly laid to rest.
phoronix.com: Confirmed yesterday was a new version of a popular but proprietary game engine that will work on Linux with its next release.
gamespy.com: A few days ago, the Shadowrun Returns team promised that if their Kickstarter reached the $1 million mark, they'd be able to include some extra features, including a Linux version. Lo and behold, that milestone has been reached and Linux support is a go.
networkworld.com: Linux Tycoon creator Bryan Lunduke may have an unlikely gaming hit on his hands as the buzz begins to spread
Also: Fallout Free Today, Supported By PlayOnLinux
- Trine 2 Finally Arrives on Linux
- Much Awaited Game Client Finally Running Natively On Linux
- Wasteland 2 is coming to Linux
- Quake2World Goes Into Beta With Nice Graphics
- Wanna play Steam games now
phoronix.com: Last week at the Chicago Flourish conference, well known Linux game porter/developer Ryan "Icculus" Gordon shared some of his recommended open-source tools and libraries for Linux game development.
duskfire.wordpress: Today I decided to look at the current versions of three well-known games on Linux: Supertuxkart, Supertux, and Secret Maryo Chronicles.
phoronix.com: Ryan "Icculus" Gordon, the famed Linux game developer, in the past has sharply criticized open-source Linux graphics drivers as not being mature and putting the Linux desktop into a dangerous position. In speaking to Ryan this weekend, his views on the open-source graphics drivers have changed.
- Linux Tycoon: Design and Manage Your Own Distribution
- Me and My Shadow + Snuggle Truck – Review
- A Politically Incorrect game for Linux
- A Message From Valve's Gabe Newell
blog.jospoortvliet: In my previous blog, I mentioned that I was finally free of proprietary drivers. But that story wasn't completely over. While basic 3D acceleration and things like glxgears worked fine, wine did not run Windows games yet.
tomshardware.com: Along with a slight scare that Doom 4 was canceled (it's not), a batch of screenshots appeared depicting a possible "hell on earth" scenario.
freegamer.blogspot: 2012 February the 6th was the 10th birthday of Frozen Bubble's first release. The development was started in november 2001 by "ayo", amaury and Guillaume Cottenceau, members of the MandrakeSoft team (Mandriva nowadays).
- Amnesia, Scariest Game Ever, to Get Sequel
- CoreBreach – The Best Racing Game on Ubuntu?
- Indie Royale, New Game Bundle For Linux
- Buy 3 Awesome Linux Games For $1 Each
phoronix.com: Xonotic, the open-source multi-platform game that succeeded Nexuiz, is finally moving closer to its 1.0 release.
dedoimedo.com: It's been a while since I've last written a mega-game compilation. You may believe that I've given up Linux games. Not at all. Linux gaming is alive and kicking. Not moving forward quite as fast as I'd like, but some games are making tremendous progress.
maketecheasier.com: If you are a gamer who have a liking for indie games, then Desura is an application you won’t want to miss.
phoronix.com: While id Software may have recently lost its main Linux game developer (Timothee Bessett), they haven't abandoned their open-source ways. This afternoon John Carmack had an interesting tweet.