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Unigine Is Working On A Strategy Game

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phoronix.com: Earlier this month the developers behind the Unigine Engine shared their latest update on this advanced 3D engine that's fully supported under Linux.

Five best non-free Linux games of 2010

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dedoimedo.com: Oh, we did talk about top payware games, but which ones are truly the best? If I had to narrow the list down to just five games, which ones would those be? And how do you decide?

4 Linux Games You Probably Have Not Played

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maketecheasier.com: It is no secret that Linux is not a popular gaming platform. Despite that stigma, however, the open nature of Linux makes it easy, even for relatively inexperienced developers, to produce quality games.

Chromium BSU is a shining 2-D shooter

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sourceforge.net/blog: July is when the summer doldrums start to threaten. If you feel your hammock calling, resist the temptation, and turn instead to Chromium B.S.U., an adrenaline-pumping 2-D vertical shooter.

Five best free Linux games of 2010

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dedoimedo.com: I wanted to share with you my perception of the best Linux games you can have installed on your machine, in year 2010, Gregorian Calendar. These games offer an unrivaled mix of storyline, attention to detail and a balance between realism and plain ole fun.

Linux Games: Chromium B.S.U.

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ghacks.net: It’s been a long time since I offered up a nice Linux game for the Ghacks audience. So I thought, today I will introduce them to one of my favorite Linux time killers Chromium B.S.U.

Linux game-time refined with latest Wine

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theregister.co.uk: Wine 2.1 includes a new set of icons, a number of fixes for video rendering – improving Windows gaming – and better font anti-aliasing and handling of desktop link files.

Linux, the Numbers

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hemispheregames.com: A little over a month ago we released the Linux port of Osmos, promising statistics on our sales and downloads. We wanted to find out - from a financial perspective, for our studio - “is it worth porting games to Linux?”

Amnesia: The Dark Descent Release Date Revealed

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  • Amnesia: The Dark Descent Release Date Revealed
  • DigitalMan Open Source Game Competition
  • Is LGP Going The Way Of Loki Software?

UFO: Alien Invasion 2.3

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linuxgames.com: UFO: Enemy Unknown, otherwise known as X-COM: UFO Defense, is one of my favorite games ever published. Consequently, I was elated to see that the open source project inspired by the game has a new release.

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New Human Interface Guidelines for GNOME and GTK+

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