Few days ago the remaster of Fahrenheit popped up on Amazon with Aspyr logos and penguins. Well, it seems that Aspyr is indeed behind the remaster and the Tux was put on there for a purpose. Behold, the next Aspyr Linux port is here!
We are a little bit late on this as we are still doing our post-Christmas catch-up, but it looks like Valve hid a new Steam Controller design in their Steam client downloads.
The fantastic new FPS counter on the Steam Beta client is great, and this update makes it a ton more useful! I am really fond of this feature, but surprised it took this long to do.
I hope you weren't excited for Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams, as the release that was supposed to happy last month got delayed.
Back in July last year, we wrote about Torchlight and Torchlight II possibly coming to Steam for Linux, and a little while ago more SteamDB activity was noticed.
Satellite Reign had us all very excited, and somehow we missed the bloody release! Satellite Reign officially launched into early access last month, and early reviews are "Very Positive".
Out There is a popular mobile game that is being ported to the desktop with some great enhancements, and luckily for us the Linux version will be out soon too.
Bundle Stars isn't something we usually cover, but their latest Abstract Bundle is huge, and all games support Linux. One not to be missed that's for sure.
Skullgirls has been a sore spot for Linux gamers who backed it on Indiegogo due to the poor way it was presented, but that aside progress is progress.
The great thing about what we do at GamingOnLinux is that we re-check our news, and try to catch up with developers. This time we managed to find out that Two Worlds II will release for Linux this month!
Zombie games can be usually placed into one of two categories, survival and gore-fest. You either attempt to survive the day to day life or you chop large hordes of zombies into pieces. Project Zomboid takes the survival route.
After a bit of digging, it turns out that the porting of Endless Legend to Linux was not merely being looked into, but had actually begun, and was looking good to boot. What happened, though?
Monday's fun tip of the day is coming at you right now. We bring word that you can play tons of old games right in your browser that work with DOSBox without the need for any plugins at all, and it works.
Noct looks like a fantastic addition to the survival horror genre with the rather unique game visuals. It has us very excited, see inside for why!
It seems that Dungeon Defenders II will be getting a Linux version, as stated in the Development Roadmap.
Popular this week
View by Category
- Starbound's Massive Stable Update Released, It's On Sal... 31 January 2015 at 12:37 pm UTC
- Gravity Ghost Released For Linux, It's Bloody Lovely... 31 January 2015 at 12:20 pm UTC
- Dying Light Patch Released, Our Thoughts On It, Still T... 31 January 2015 at 11:49 am UTC
- Aspyr's Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remaster Is Real An... 31 January 2015 at 11:22 am UTC
- Feral Interactive Are Teasing Another Linux Port... 31 January 2015 at 10:00 am UTC
- See more comments
Latest Forum Posts
- Equiavlent to Fraps?...30 January 2015 at 10:01 pm UTC
- World of Warcraft - Make suggest requests for a Linux c...29 January 2015 at 7:55 pm UTC
- possible to ditch windows?...29 January 2015 at 12:10 pm UTC
- Sound card...29 January 2015 at 11:40 am UTC
- YIKES! Nvidia GTX 970 memory problems! Recall incoming?...27 January 2015 at 9:57 pm UTC
- © 2015 GamingOnLinux.com
- About Us