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Double Feature: Help develop a cure for Coronavirus by playing 'Eterna' and 'Foldit', two free GWAP puzzle titles

By Sunburst,
An in-depth analysis of 'Eterna' and 'Foldit', two free GWAP puzzle games to help develop a cure for Coronavirus COVID-19.

Seems Valve do intend to go back to SteamOS at some point

By Liam Dawe,
SteamOS, the Valve-made Linux distribution that was originally for the failed Steam Machine initiative has gradually vanished into the sidelines but it seems it won't be forever.

Steam and CS:GO break records again, plus a look over February's top releases

By Liam Dawe,
If this seems like a bit of Déjà vu you would be right, as both Steam and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive have repeatedly smashed user records lately. Plus let's take a look over February's top releases.

Village-building god sim strategy 'Rise to Ruins' passes 1.5 million dollars net revenue

By Liam Dawe,
One of my favourite pixel-art indie games, Rise to Ruins, has now officially passed the 1.5 million dollar net revenue mark showing that indie games can really sell well.

As Puppygames reflect on the release of Basingstoke, they say it financially ruined them

By Liam Dawe,
Basingstoke released back in 2018 and in my opinion, it was a damn fun game that really got my blood flowing. Sadly, it went quite under the radar and it seems it pretty much ruined Puppygames.

The sad case of Unreal Engine 1 on Mesa and Linux in 2020

By Hamish,
Community support for Unreal Tournament was able to breath some new life into the game, even with the limitations of the closed binary. By 2018 however the game was no longer launching for Mesa users. For an engine with such a pedigree on Linux this outcome is still disappointing.

Steam hits a new all-time high for users online, Linux share rises

By Liam Dawe,
Two quick bits of Steam news to cover this wonderful Monday morning. As expected, Steam does still appear to be growing.

Google Stadia adds GYLT and Metro Exodus for Pro and more Stadia news

By Liam Dawe,
It's time for another little roundup of happenings around Google Stadia, the Linux-powered game streaming service.

When Kickstarter goes wrong for indie games: Drift Stage

By Liam Dawe,
A lot of the time Kickstarter (and other crowdfunding) for indie games goes well, in fact the vast majority of the time all is fine. Sometimes though, everything breaks down as is the case with Drift Stage.

Steam for Linux was started by ex-Microsoft developers

By Liam Dawe,
How about we start Monday off with an interesting little titbit? According to a former Valve staffer, Steam for Linux was started up by ex-Microsoft employees.

Some of our most anticipated games for Linux in 2020

By Liam Dawe,
A new year has arrived, so let's have a quick look over some of the most promising titles to be coming to Linux across 2020. There's plenty to be excited about.

My top 5 Linux games released in 2019, those that truly won me over

By Liam Dawe,
As 2019 is now properly over and done with, it's time to take a quick look back. Here's some thoughts on the Linux games released that sat above the rest.

Looks like EA might be banning Linux gamers using Wine to play Battlefield V

By Liam Dawe,
A heads up: there's been reports of people being banned by EA and having EA claim their ban will stay, for playing Battlefield V with Wine + DXVK.

A peek at how many of the most popular games on Steam support Linux, December 2019 edition

By Liam Dawe,
As the 2010s come to a close, let's look over a few different ways of looking at how many popular games are available on Linux as of December 2019.

Some thoughts on Linux gaming in 2019, an end of year review

By Liam Dawe,
2019 is coming to a close, it's been a pretty wild year for Linux gaming that's for sure! Here's some thoughts on the year and what to expect for 2020.
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