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Ryan Gordon Criticizes Open-Source Drivers Again

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  • Ryan Gordon Criticizes Open-Source Drivers Again
  • Open Source in Humble Indie Bundle #3: Haaf's Game Engine (HGE)
  • Bullet Candy For GNU/Linux Released
  • QUAKEKHAAAAAAN
  • Helena the 3rd Demo
  • Unique 2D game ‘In The Dark’ Seeks Kickstarter Funds

HGE comes to Mac and Linux (guest post from Ryan Gordon)

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wolfire.com: This is a guest post from Ryan Gordon, announcing the release of Haaf's Game Engine (HGE) for Mac and Linux. HGE is the 2d engine that powers games such as Hammerfight.

Also: Cubosphere: First Beta Available

Linux Game Publishing Is Hitting A Bumpy Road Again

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phoronix.com: Linux Game Publishing, the UK-based company that's ported a number of game clients to Linux but last year had a pretty quiet time (nearly going the way of Loki Software) after their only server went kaput and was offline for months. Earlier this year, LGP said they were working on a new Linux game port, but they failed to comment further.

Doom 3 Source-Code To Be Released This Year

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  • Doom 3 Source-Code To Be Released This Year
  • id Software's Rage May Not Be Coming To Linux Soon
  • Forget Duke Nuke ‘Em. Look at THIS
  • Some random FPS engine news

What Should Linux Gamers Expect From QuakeCon 2011?

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phoronix.com: QuakeCon, the annual gaming event and massive LAN party hosted by id Software, is about to get started in Dallas, Texas and run through Sunday. At this free public event, there's usually a variety of interesting announcements made, some of which can impact Linux gamers.

4 of the Best Economy Games for Linux

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maketecheasier.com: If you’re anything like me, sometimes you just crave a particular kind of game. Maybe it’s an FPS, maybe a puzzle game, maybe a new Real Time Strategy. Lately for me, it’s been games of economy.

Canonical Expands Partnerships with Game Developers

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thevarguy.com: Linux is not exactly the first platform that comes to mind when one thinks of computer gaming. Yet Canonical continues to expand the lineup of games available for purchase by Ubuntu users in the Software Center. Here’s a look at the latest additions.

Review: BEEP – Linux platform fun!

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openbytes.wordpress: As the Humble Indi Bundle, Minecraft et al showed, there’s a massive market for games which do not rely on the proven (and popular) FPS format. This review looks at Beep which for many of us a little trip back to the 90′s with the platform genre.

Bundle In A Bundle: HIB2 now in HIB3

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blog.wolfire.com: The Humble Indie Bundle 2 games: Braid, Osmos, Machinarium, Cortex Command and Revenge of the Titans have just been added to Humble Indie Bundle 3.

Top Windows games that run flawlessly in Ubuntu using Wine

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ubuntumanual.org: Even though most games wont run natively on Ubuntu there is still a sizeable number that runs flawlessly on it thanks to the almighty Wine.

Also: Live games… wouldn’t that be something…

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