Free and open source RTS 'Zero-K' is going to release on Steam on April 27th, along with a single-player campaign and multiplayer.
Category: Open Source
Feral Interactive have released an open source tool that’ll help get the most performance out of Linux games
GameMode is a new daemon/lib combo for Linux that will allow you to optimize your PC for gaming. It's not magic, but it's something that will help.
Recently GZDoom was updated and with it they added in a new hardware survey, the first results are now available.
XLEngine is another project to allow you to play classic games on modern systems, this one is for Dark Forces and Daggerfall and it's now open source.
I'm not entirely sure how useful it will be in the long run, but Nightdive Studios has released the source code for System Shock under the GPL.
KeeperRL is a surprisingly engrossing mix of dungeon building, exploration and roguelike with a recent update
I've recently taken quite a liking to KeeperRL, a surprisingly good mix pulling in features from dungeon building, exploration and roguelikes to make quite an engrossing game. The developer also recently put out Alpha 24.
For those who like your old school action RPG games and you're interested in game engines, Flare hit the big full release recently along with the new Empyrean Campaign.
In a rather helpful move for developers, Valve is about to open source 'GameNetworkingSockets' and it won't require Steam.
GZDoom, the enhanced Doom engine has a new release out to add in new features, bug fixes and collect some hardware information.
Ray tracing seems to be all the rage at GDC this year, so AMD has announced Radeon-Rays, an open source ray tracing SDK.
Miss the days of playing RollerCoaster Tycoon 2? Miss them no more, as OpenRCT2 is alive and well with a fresh update.
Cendric, is a game that blends together a top-down 2D RPG view with a side-scrolling platformer as well, it's quite odd and it's now on Steam.
Ever heard of Yorg? It's an open source racing game currently in development that's a little like Micro Machines and it's a little bit hilarious.
For those who love emulation, you might want to know about Citra, a work in progress Nintendo 3DS emulator that we've never written about here before. It seems they've been hard at work too!
I've not been this intrigued by a game for quite some time, One Hour One Life sounds like one of the most unique survival games I've ever seen.
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