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s&box from Facepunch 'works great' on the Steam Deck but no native Linux plans

By Liam Dawe,
s&box is the upcoming game from Facepunch Studios that acts as a sequel to Garry's Mod although it won't actually be Garry's Mod 2. Recently Facepunch were asked about Linux support since it uses Valve's Source 2 game engine.

Valve's Source 2 shows early teasers of Ray Tracing - weirdly in Artifact updates

By Liam Dawe,
We know that Source 2 from Valve is a pretty capable game engine, and we've seen what they've been able to do with it over the years (and Half-Life: Alyx turned it up a notch) but what's next? Ray Tracing perhaps.

Free online co-op survival horror Zombie Panic! Source 3.1 is out with Linux support

By Liam Dawe,
After being in development for some time, Zombie Panic! Source has the huge 3.1 release pushed out which brings with it the official Linux support.

Zombie Panic! Source gets a huge overhaul with Linux support really soon

By Liam Dawe,
After being in Beta for quite some time now, the team behind Zombie Panic! Source are almost ready to push out the big overhaul with Linux support into the stable version for everyone.

Half-Life remake 'Black Mesa' has a post-release hotfix with a little Linux fix included

By Liam Dawe,
Black Mesa, the re-imaging of the original Half-Life released out of Early Access recently after a long development period and it's quite brilliant. Crowbar Collective have now release the first proper post-release hotfix.

Ambitious Half-Life remake Black Mesa is now officially available and it's a beauty

By Liam Dawe,
Black Mesa, the Valve approved Half-Life remake from Crowbar Collective leaves Early Access with a much more modern take on the classic first-person shooter.

Zombie Panic! Source continuing work on their big update, Linux testers requested

By Liam Dawe,
Zombie Panic! Source, the free cooperative, survival-horror first-person-shooter has another beta out for the big 3.1 revamp.

Swordfighter 'Blade Symphony' has now officially gone free to play

By Liam Dawe,
For those who wanted to try their hand at a little sword-fighting, Blade Symphony is now officially free to play on Steam.

Blade Symphony patch 7 is out with experimental asset streaming, free to play release next month

By Liam Dawe,
Some big news for Blade Symphony today, not only do they have another major patch release they've also announced the free to play release date.

Source Engine powered sword battler 'Blade Symphony' has another update

By Liam Dawe,
Another game from Puny Human was updated recently, this time it's the sword battler Blade Symphony which is powered by Valve's Source Engine.

The Beta of Zombie Panic! Source was updated recently, should work better on Linux

By Liam Dawe,
Zombie Panic! Source is currently going through an overhaul, as part of this it's coming to Linux with a version now in beta and the latest update should make it a better experience.

Zombie Panic! Source, the free survival-horror FPS now has a Linux beta available

By Liam Dawe,
Zombie Panic! Source, the free survival-horror first-person-shooter has put out a Linux beta as promised as it remains a high priority.

The Linux version of Zombie Panic! Source is a 'top priority', should come on November 30th

By Liam Dawe,
Zombie Panic! Source is about to get a pretty huge update, the previously promised Linux version is a 'top priority' and it should come (as long as there's no delay) on November 30th.

Sword-fighter 'Blade Symphony' is now officially on Linux, free to try for a few days with a big sale (updated!)

By Liam Dawe,
Blade Symphony, a sword-fighting game from Puny Human powered by the Source Engine has officially released for Linux today. UPDATED: See the bottom.

Zombie Panic! Source is coming to Linux with the next version, beta soon

By Liam Dawe,
Along with a big update to improve weapon recoil, hitboxes and more, Zombie Panic! Source is getting Linux support.

Sword fighter 'Blade Symphony' has delayed the next update that was due to get Linux support

By Liam Dawe,
It seems the developer of Blade Symphony has had a case of feature-creep and so the next update that was due with Linux support is going to be late.

Blade Symphony: Harmonious Prelude update will add Linux support to the third-person tactical swordfighter

By Liam Dawe,
Blade Symphony, a game where you need to prove you're the world's greatest swordsman is coming to Linux with the Blade Symphony: Harmonious Prelude update next month.
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