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A Roundup Of The Last Weeks Linux Gaming

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Here is a look back at the last week on GamingOnLinux, an easy way to for you to keep up to date on what has happened in the past week for Linux Gaming! Sorted from lowest to highest to make sure you don't miss the smaller news stories. There's just so much news now that things like this are needed for people not to get swallowed up in a sea of Linux games.

Hawks Guardians Of The Skies, A Simple 2D Air Combat Game - Views: 321
I took some time to test out Hawks Guardians Of The Skies a simple 2D air combat game made in Unity3D.

Nuclear Throne Updated Again With New Areas, More Weapons & I Still Suck - Views: 326
Nuclear Throne is the awesome randomly generated 2D action game from Vlambeer that promises plenty of death, and plenty of updates. It's still a smooth experience for Linux gamers.

Mojang's Battling Card Game 'Scrolls' Linux Version Most Likely After The Final For Other Platforms - Views: 445
As much as I admire Mojang I still can't help but feel let down on Scrolls. They initially sent out tweets to confirm it would get a Linux version, but it's still not here. We find out more.

New Steam Beta Client Improves Big Picture Mode For Linux - Views: 496
Valve are doing their usual updating thing with Steam and have released an update that improves performance of the big picture mode.

LEVEL 22, Gary's Misadventures Stealth Game Now On Steam For Linux - Views: 499
Oddly only called LEVEL 22 on Steam, LEVEL 22, Gary's Misadventures previously on Desura & Fireflower Games joins the ranks of Linux games on Steam for you Steam fanatics. You play as Gary who is trying to sneak into work as he's a silly hungover man.

Don't Starve: Reign of Giants DLC Released! - Views: 505
Don't Starve is easily one of the best indie games ever made and they have now unleashed Don't Starve: Reign of Giants DLC in full.

KeeperRL Open Source Game Crowdfunding Still Going, Needs A Push - Views: 512
We have mentioned KeeperRL here a few times now for not only being an interesting game, but because it needs a big push on Indiegogo too.

Vogl OpenGL Debugger Gaining Support For GL 4.x API - Views: 514
Vogl the open source OpenGL debugger being made by Valve is soon to gain support for the GL 4.x API and on a lighter note it almost works on Windows.

Full Bore Beautiful Puzzle Platformer Is Now Released In Full For Linux - Views: 566
You all love puzzle platformers with cute characters right? Full Bore has that and more, it's really well put together and the graphics are quite fancy.

Defense Zone 2 Tower Defence Game Released Into Steam's Early Access For Linux - Views: 571
Defense Zone 2 is aiming to be an all-around improvement over the previous game, hell the fact that it is on Steam and not the Ubuntu Software Centre is an upgrade enough.

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