ubuntuvibes.com: Indie First Person Adventure Game Dead Cyborg Episode 1 is out now for Linux. Windows version was released few days back and has received quite good reviews all over the web.
techrepublic.com: Marco Fioretti has helped out a group of older users by introducing them to computer games that particularly appeal to them — and to the idea of FOSS, even if they don’t realize it.
eff.org: By now, we’ve all heard the traditional content industries complain about how technology hurts their business model. But, of course, the story does not end there. While the record labels, movie studios, and video game producers have not figured out a way to compete with free, others have.
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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
- Helena the 3rd Demo
- Unique 2D game ‘In The Dark’ Seeks Kickstarter Funds
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.
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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
- id Software's Rage May Not Be Coming To Linux Soon
- Forget Duke Nuke ‘Em. Look at THIS
- Some random FPS engine news
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.
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.
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.