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Unity 2019.3 is now out - adds Google Stadia support and IL2CPP on Linux

By Liam Dawe,
Another big new release of the Unity game engine has today been released with 2019.3, full to the brim with massive tech enhancements.

Unity deprecating built-in XR (VR/AR etc) support for a new plugin system - Valve doing their own for SteamVR

By Liam Dawe,
While the state of Virtual/Mixed/Augmented Reality (XR) is constantly in flux and improving all the time, Unity have announced with Unity 2019.3 that their built-in XR support is being deprecated.

Have an Intel processor? Enjoy two more vulnerabilities

By Liam Dawe,
Intel are not having a good time lately are they? More vulnerabilities in their CPUs have been made public.

Co-op first-person spaceship command game PULSAR: Lost Colony now has a proper tutorial

By Liam Dawe,
PULSAR: Lost Colony is a fantastic idea for a game, always has been but it lacked a good experience for new players and it was easy to bounce off it. Giving each player a dedicated role on a spaceship, this co-op game can be a lot of fun.

Nethercard Kingdom - a free deck-builder with real-time battles

By Liam Dawe,
I'm always on the hunt for new and exciting games, a big fan currently of deck-building strategy games of all kinds. This never-ending search recently led me to the free Nethercard Kingdom and I want more.

Dezatopia, a unique feeling multi-directional shoot 'em up is out now - it's awesome

By Liam Dawe,
Developer HEY and Japanese publisher Hanaji Games have released Dezatopia, an imaginative and unique feeling multi-directional shoot 'em up with Linux support.

Catch the True Sight: The International 2019 Grand Finals - the Dota 2 documentary tonight

By Liam Dawe,
Tonight, Valve will be releasing a documentary of the recent The International 2019 tournament, focused on the Grand Finals.

FoodBall, a mix of car combat and Football comes to Linux later this year

By Liam Dawe,
Cat-astrophe Games are currently developing FoodBall, a game that mixes together car combat and Football with a theme involving all sorts of edible items.

Black Mesa 1.0 preview coming soon - still getting big improvements to visuals and the AI

By Liam Dawe,
The finishing line for Crowbar Collective and their re-imaging of Half-Life with Black Mesa is almost in sight, with a preview of the full finished game to come soon.

Chained Echoes an RPG in a world filled with Dragons and Mech suits - Steam page is up

By Liam Dawe,
There's a lot of sweet Linux games to look forward to, one of them being Chained Echoes. Set in a world where a Dragon is as common a sight as a mechanised suit flying around.

Dawnthorn, a pixel-art ARPG standalone prequel to Hazelnut Bastille releases this year

By Liam Dawe,
During the Kickstarter campaign for the upcoming Zelda-like ARPG Hazelnut Bastille, Aloft Studio let out their secret other project called Dawnthorn.

Business and trading sim 'Merchant of the Skies' approaching full release - price to increase

By Liam Dawe,
Merchant of the Skies, the mix of exploration and a base-building/tycoon game has improved a huge amount since the first few Early Access builds and the full release is coming closer.

Solus 4.1 is out with upgraded drivers, ESync support for better Linux gaming and more

By Liam Dawe,
Solus, the independently developed Linux distribution that also houses the Budgie desktop environment has a big new released tagged with Solus 4.1 Fortitude.

Monitor and stress-test your Linux gaming PC with GtkStressTesting

By Liam Dawe,
Monitoring your Linux gaming PC is pretty easy, there's some good applications out there to keep an eye on CPU use and more but what about some stress testing to see how it holds up? GtkStressTesting seems nice.

Dying Light turns five years old, send Zombies flying in the HyperMode event - big sale too

By Liam Dawe,
Techland managed to create probably one of the best Zombie games ever with Dying Light, it's currently heavily discounted again and it's now hit five years since release.
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