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Interviewing the Naev Team

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gamingonlinux.com: This Monday GoL brings you parallel interviews with members of the core team for the free open-source game "Naev" Naev is a 2D space trading and combat game, taking inspiration from the Escape Velocity series, among others.

Urban Terror second review - Fun over realism

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dedoimedo.com: Fun over realism is the official game motto, which reminds me, it's been three years since I last wrote about this first person shooter title. As one of the most complete and popular free tactical shooters out there, it sure deserves praise and attention.

id Software's Main Linux Game Developer Resigns :(

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phoronix.com: Timothee Bessett, the id Software developer that was responsible for porting many of id Software's popular games like Doom 3 and Quake 4 to Linux, has resigned from the popular game company.

Review: Oil Rush (PC, Mac, Linux)

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bnbgaming.com: Most RTS games situate players on solid ground. Armies of soldiers, tanks and airplanes move about according to the player’s will, which results in glorious victory or crushing defeat.

Open source Pandora handheld gaming console finally up for pre-order

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liliputing.com: The OpenPandora project is an open source project to create a handheld gaming console using open source designs and open source software. The group has found a new company to produce Pandora systems and plans to begin mass production in February.

OilRush Gold!

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linuxgames.com: Unigine’s naval real-time strategy game OilRush has gone gold!

Desura open sourced as Desurium

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ubuntuvibes.com: Desura game client has been open sourced. Work for open sourcing the client was going on for a long time but the progress was slow as lead developer 'lodle' was on a holiday break.

No Games For Linux? Watch This!!

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ubuntuvibes.com: Who says there are no games for Linux? Linux gaming has been on rise in last couple of years. If you still think that there are no games for Linux, watch this video.

Annex: Conquer the World

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  • Annex: Conquer the World
  • Let's Play: The Elder Scrolls IV - Oblivion
  • Ninjas And Brooms, Indie Game 'Dustforce' Coming Soon To Linux
  • Another Unigine-Based Linux Game Soon To Alpha

Linux Games: No Gravity

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  • Linux Games: No Gravity
  • Some RPGs on Linux
  • Indie Game A Hate Story
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