Previously on GamingOnLinux, liamdawe highlighted my pleas for OpenGL developers to help me with my FLOSS project xoreos. 7 months have passed, so what has happened since then?
The Deer God has arrived on Linux, and it's in the early access section. With that out of the way, the game does look stunning.
Welcome to The 40th Funding Crowd! Yep, if it were a person, it would probably be struggling with its mid-life crisis. But since it isn't, it comes stronger than ever with an issue full of content.
It’s that time of again where we release the survey results. 1187 people completed the survey, making our sample size 330 people larger than last time and 517 people larger than our first, so thanks everyone!
Once again I'd like to apologize for my absence during the past weeks. I've been sick and overly busy but I'm back in business and I bring you my thoughts on The Last Federation and the Betrayed Hope expansion.
Petrichor is something as odd as a point-and-click platformer. It's an interesting game for sure, and it can be downloaded for Linux for free.
One we missed! An arcade side-scroller with strategy elements! Four different types of zombie minions with unique abilities! 70 levels of pure zombie gore fun! Additional game mode - Nightmare - only for the hardcore gamers!
Wine development team was able to produce a new experimental release today. 1.7.32 bringing many new features and as many as 46 bugfixes.
Today I would like to share with you three retro throwbacks which I think are worth taking a look at.
Last week we didn't have a weekly livestream due to me being a bit sick and having way too much school work, but today I return as powerful as ever to discuss Linux gaming and play some games for you live!
A little video of myself, and our casting specialist Samsai being completely turd at testing out the latest build of Interstellar Marines.
Maia is a space colony sim with some lovely graphics, but lacking a little in content. Thankfully development is healthy, and a new version has been pushed out with tons of changes!
It's that time of year again to hold onto your wallets before they get sucked into your computers. The Steam sales have arrived.
The Linux version of Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition is now available DRM free from GOG, so if you missed it on Steam here's a new chance to get the classic.