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  • Unigine 2.3 Improves Screen-Space Raytraced Reflections

    The visually stunning and longtime Linux-friendly Unigine Engine is up to version 2.3 with a number of new features.

    Unigine 2.3 rolls out HTC Vive VR support, round earth support, a completely redesigned landscape tool, the meatlness workflow enabled by default, improved screen-space raytraced reflections, improved GGX mipmaps, parallax depth cutout, configurable TAA, water improvements, and more.

  • Near Death patch released, has an amusing bit for Linux gamers

    Personally I think it's a very cool game and I am looking forward to spending more time with it soon! If I don't find that damn penguin I'm going to cry a little inside.

  • The Fall Part 2: Unbound To Land Early 2017 & Part 1 Updated For Linux

    Before digging into the juicy news, I'd like to take a moment to note that last week we were finally able to get The Fall's Linux builds updated, bringing Linux users into sync with Windows and Mac users, and making new features like developer commentary available across all platforms.

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6 Best Linux For Gaming

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Yes! You read right. As Linux is known for performance, stability and security but now it is also known for gaming. There are hundreds of games for Linux and so many Windows games have been ported for Linux. But we have so many Linux distros, specially developed for gaming. In this article, I'm going to list out 6 Best Linux for gaming. Hope you enjoy it!

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