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Gaming news catchup via Ubuntu Vibes

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Ubuntu Vibes which, despite the name, posts general Linux gaming news, have covered some interesting topics the previous weeks. So here is a roundup of some interesting titles;

Octodad
An award winning adventure game, will be making its Linux debut in the sequel Dadliest Catch.
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Dear Esther
A ghost story in the form of a first person adventure game will be released for Linux. A later post on Phoronix mentions that it will not be a native port but rather made with some sort of wrapper.
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Botanicula
Amanita Design, makers of Machinarium, will be releasing their new adventure game Botanicula on Linux later this month.
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A look at some titles from Square Enix and Ubisoft that's coming to Linux via Chrome and Native Client. These titles include Airmech, Mini Ninjas, Pirates of New Horizons and more!

Some not so good news about Unity3D. It seems the chances for a Linux port looks pretty slim.

Moved to the news with format edits and more text - liamdawe Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Guest Mar 21, 2012
Great,Look forward a long time.
Guest Apr 7, 2012
Octodad looks funny and creative,great minds and nice picture.
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