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NBlood, an open source port of the classic FPS 'Blood' using EDuke32

Based on the EDuke32 game engine, NBlood is a new open source port of the classic FPS Blood. From what Voidpoint (Ion Maiden) said on Twitter, it's using their version of the game engine too.

OpenMW progresses towards supporting Oblivion, Skyrim and Fallout plus shadows are back

OpenMW, the excellent open source game engine for Morrowind has made some interesting progress towards supporting later games like Oblivion, Skyrim, Fallout 3 and New Vegas.

The open source Morrowind game engine 'OpenMW' is going to officially bring in multiplayer

This is quite exciting! OpenMW is now looking to officially merge in the TES3MP multiplayer fork as an optional game feature.

Unity 2018.3.4 is out with some important fixes for Linux games

The Unity team have pushed out another point release with Unity 2018.3.4 and it does include some well needed Linux fixes.

The first Unity 2019.1 beta is out with Vulkan improvements, Linux editor improvements and more

The people over at Unity have put out the first beta for the first major release of the year and there's tons of new and improved bits for game devs and Linux gamers.

The free and open source game engine 'Godot Engine' has a third 3.1 beta out

No need to wait for Godot, the third beta of Godot Engine 3.1 is officially out for you to break it apart and report issues.

The FOSS game engine 'Godot Engine' has a very exciting 2019 planned for features

While the big Godot Engine 3.1 release isn't out yet (soon), they're already working out a list of exciting features for the next few versions.

The KKnD remake using the OpenRA game engine is coming along nicely

Keeping tabs on various open source projects, one I'm quite keen to see progress further is the KKnD and KKnD2 remake. They just recently pushed out a new build to improve it further.

The free and open source game engine 'Godot Engine' is closing in on the big 3.1 release

Announced today, Godot Engine 3.1 alpha 5 is now officially available and the last alpha before they really lock it down to focus on critical issues.

Doomsday Engine for playing classic Doom, Heretic and Hexen has a new release

Earlier this month, the Doomsday Engine which runs classic titles like Doom, Heretic and Hexen had a new release out.

OpenXRay, an enhanced game engine for S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat shows off Linux progress

OpenXRay, an enhanced game engine for S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat has shown off progress towards running it on Linux.

A 2018 Thanksgiving retrospection about the open source game engine 'xoreos'

xoreos is a FLOSS project aiming to reimplement BioWare's Aurora engine (and derivatives), covering their games starting with Neverwinter Nights and potentially up to Dragon Age II. This post gives a short update on the current progress.

Unreal Engine 4.21 is out, now defaults to the Vulkan API on Linux

Epic Games have released Unreal Engine 4.21 and it includes some interesting stuff on the Linux side of things.

Open source cross-platform event-driven game engine 'GDevelop' now on itch, progressing well

GDevelop is an open source cross-platform event-driven game engine that's quite promising. It's currently closing in on a new major release and it's also now on

EA's experimental Halcyon game engine has Vulkan and Linux support

It seems EA are doing some rather interesting things with their experimental Halcyon game engine which includes Vulkan and Linux support.
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