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Unity have updated their Terms of Service and they seem a lot more fair

After the debacle over Unity and Improbable's SpatialOS, it seems Unity has made some solid steps after a lot of feedback on their Terms of Service.

The 'Linux Steam Integration' project has a fresh minor release out

Back to work at Intel, developer Ikey Doherty has put out a fresh release of the Linux Steam Integration project.

Epic and Improbable are taking advantage of Unity with the SpatialOS debacle, seems a little planned

As an update to the ongoing saga between Improbable and Unity in regards to SpatialOS, Epic Games have now jumped in to take advantage of it.

Unity have changed their terms of service, which has essentially blocked SpatialOS and streaming services

While not directly related to Linux gaming, this is still some interesting news to be aware of for those working with the Unity game engine.

The developer of Smith and Winston made an interesting blog post about supporting multiple platforms

I recently talked about the Steam release of Smith and Winston but I didn't realise until late last night, that the developer actually made a very interesting blog post about supporting multiple platforms.

Paradox Interactive have purchased the rights to Prison Architect from Introversion

This is a very curious one, Paradox Interactive have just announced that they've acquired Prison Architect from Introversion Software.

Some Linux games we’re excited to see in 2019, a list to keep you going

Now that 2019 is here, let's take a look at what interesting games Linux fans can expect to see across this year.

Looks like the 'Linux Steam Integration' project is being continued with Intel's Clear Linux

Linux Steam Integration, the project originally made while developer Ikey Doherty was working on the Solus Linux distribution now seems to be continuing on under Intel with their Clear Linux distribution.

Epic Games have confirmed a Linux version of their store is not on the roadmap

Thanks to a post on Reddit, we've learned that Epic Games currently have no plans to put their store on Linux.

41 of Steam's most played games in 2018 are supported on Linux

Valve released some interesting lists today which show off some top games, these lists show some interesting details about Linux games.

Some thoughts on Linux gaming in 2018, an end of year review

Now that 2018 is coming to a close, let’s go over what’s happened this year. It’s been incredibly interesting to follow, things haven’t been this lively for some time.

Discord announce a 90/10 revenue split, Discord Store will support Linux

You will be forgiven for not paying much attention to the Discord Store, since it doesn't currently support Linux. It seems that is going to change and they've announce a pretty small cut compared to the competition.

Bearded Giant Games open their own store with a 'Linux First Initiative'

Bearded Giant Games, developer of Ebony Spire Heresy have announced their new online store along with a 'Linux First Initiative'.

Valve have some serious competition, with the Epic Games Store being announced

Epic Games have now officially announced their own store, which is certainly going to be one to keep an eye on.

THQ Nordic has acquired the Carmageddon IP, perhaps we will finally get it on Linux

THQ Nordic have announced that they've swallowed up another IP, this time it's Carmageddon from Stainless Games. It's interesting, since we were supposed to get Carmageddon: Reincarnation on Linux.
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