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Amnesia, Scariest Game Ever, to Get Sequel

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Xonotic 1.0 Is On The Linux Gaming Horizon

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phoronix.com: Xonotic, the open-source multi-platform game that succeeded Nexuiz, is finally moving closer to its 1.0 release.

Linux games compilation 11 - Don't fear the numbers!

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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.

Desura Is A Great Indie Game App Store For Linux

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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.

id Software Consolidates Open-Source Code

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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.

We Review Open-Source RTS Game 0 A.D.

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omgubuntu.co.uk: Although variety and graphics might be a little off that available for OS X and Windows there’s no denying that with every passing month Linux as a gaming platform grows ever more viable.

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.

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