phoronix.com: If you are looking to do some Linux / open-source gaming this weekend but are looking for something new besides the recent release of VDrift, the Sauerbraten developers are out with their first update in 14 months.
arstechnica.com: Sony did not make many friends in the tech community when the company forcibly removed the option to install Linux via a mandatory firmware update. The problem was simple: Sony had previously pushed this feature as an advantage its system held over its competitors, and later assured gamers that it would continue to be supported.
workswithu.com: 0 A.D., the open-source RTS game that could radically alter the gaming scene on Ubuntu when it’s completed, recently reached another milestone with its third pre-alpha release. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean it’s playable yet.
- Osmos Video Tutorial
- Dirk Dashing 2 Under Rapid Development
- New Sauerbraten Edition & other tidbits
kmandla.wordpress: I’ve been playing this game for quite some time, and I don’t mean in terms of hours, but years. Split your stacks, start recruiting and pound on your opponent at any and every opportunity.
downloadsquad.com: As you can gather from the title, Crack Attack is not a Flash game. It's a time waster that you have to download; we don't see too many of those around here. Having to download a game is a pretty hefty barrier to entrance, so a downloadable game has to be really good for me to cover it.
- The Rise of Mac (and Linux) Gaming
- The VDrift Racing Game Continues Speeding Up
- Classic Roguelike : Dungeons of Dredmor Is Coming To GNU/Linux Soon
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.
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?
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.