Language learning game Lingotopia from Lingo Ludo released with Linux support earlier this month, here's my thoughts.
I had an interesting email recently notifying me about a new education game from the United Nations FAO and developer Build a World EDU (BAW).
Lingotopia looks pretty interesting, a language learning game about being lost in a city. It's on Kickstarter and it's fully funded with Linux support confirmed.
If you are after an amusing time-killer, or perhaps something to entertain the kids, you may want to check out 'Clouds & Sheep 2'.
Discovering Colors - Animals is a cheap kids game about colouring and it recently gained a Linux version. As a parent, I'm really happy to see more kids games on Steam.
Do you have small children? If so, check "It's Spring Again", an educational indie game about the seasons
"It's Spring Again" is a extremely small educational game which aims to teach very young children about the different seasons. It was released on February 2 of this year, and so far the majority of Steam user reviews are positive. There is an online demo available.
This week the GOL world tour leaves Argentina and heads for Norway after a longer-than-expected visit due to the vast quantities of awesome steak and red wine. Norway has around 100 companies involved in the game industry.
The GOL World Tour will start in Argentina and stop off at different countries on a regular basis, looking at Linux developers and their games, throwing in a bit of culture and history too.
Influent, a new vocabulary building language game has been released. I decided to purchase it myself to improve my Spanish vocabulary and so far I'd say mission accomplished!
Are you a Linux nerd, by that you use two different distros on your PC? If so, do you play games via Steam? If this is the case, I wrote a how-to that explains how you can save lots of storage space by sharing your games' data files across both distros! It's easy.
Platinum Arts Sandbox Game Maker is an easy to use Game Maker featuring in game and coop editing based on the Cube 2 Engine. Now Kickstarter and Steam Greenlight Projects have been launched to greatly accelerate and increase the features in the engine.
DeCalc is a puzzle game that makes math fun! It's like reversed calculator - you get a result and your job is to arrange the buttons so when pressed in given order, you get that result. There are several twists and rules that enrich the puzzles as well.
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