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Linux Gaming News Punch - Episode 18

liamdawe,
Coming in on the newly scheduled day of Monday, the weekly round-up podcast Linux Gaming News Punch Episode 18 is now here.

Oaths, coalitions and betrayal — some thoughts on Total War: THREE KINGDOMS

BTRE,
The latest entry in the Total War franchise has had me battling all over China in a bid to obtain the mandate of heaven. Becoming emperor is easier when you've got good friends.

Canonical have released a statement on Ubuntu and 32bit support, will keep select packages

liamdawe,
It seems Canonical have done a bit of a U-turn on dropping 32bit support for Ubuntu, as many expected they would do. Their official statement is now out for those interested.

Open-world space arcade-action game "Underspace" is on Kickstarter with a Linux demo

liamdawe,
Oh goodie, more space action goodness! Underspace from Pastaspace Interactive is on Kickstarter looking for funding and it seems like quite a promising game.

Tense Reflection sounds like pretty original take on combining a shooter with a puzzle game

liamdawe,
Tense Reflection will ask you to think, solve and shoot as you need to solve puzzles to reload your ammo making it a rather unique hybrid of game genres.

The survival game 'SCUM' seems to still be coming to Linux, no date yet though

liamdawe,
SCUM, a survival game from Gamepires, Croteam and Devolver Digital that was previously confirmed to eventually come to Linux is still planned.

In the real-time strategy game "Moduwar" you control and change an alien organism

liamdawe,
I absolutely love real-time strategy games, so Moduwar was quite a catch to find. It seems rather unique too, especially how you control everything.

Raspberry Pi 4 announced and available - sounds like a pretty nice upgrade, Raspbian now based on Debian 10

liamdawe,
Not something we usually cover here, but it's a fun bit of hardware news. The Raspberry Pi 4 is now official and it's out and ready to pick up.

Epic's Tim Sweeney thinks Wine "is the one hope for breaking the cycle", Easy Anti-Cheat continuing Linux support

liamdawe,
Here's something interesting, Tim Sweeney, the founder and CEO of Epic Games has been chatting on Twitter again and what he said is quite interesting.

Insurgency: Sandstorm for Linux not due until next year, with a beta likely first

liamdawe,
We're in for a sadly longer wait than expected for the first-person shooter Insurgency: Sandstorm, as it's not coming until next year for Linux.

Canonical are now saying Ubuntu's 32bit is not being entirely dropped, 32bit libraries will be "frozen"

liamdawe,
As an update to the situation around Canonical planning to drop 32bit support, apparently they're not. Instead, the 32bit libraries will be frozen.

What are you playing this weekend and what do you think about it? It's mostly Dota Underlords for me

liamdawe,
Let's lighten the mood a bit shall we? It's question time here on GamingOnLinux! Let's have a talk about what you've been playing recently.

Valve looking to drop support for Ubuntu 19.10 and up due to Canonical's 32bit decision (updated)

liamdawe,
Things are starting to get messy, after Canonical announced the end of 32bit support from Ubuntu 19.10 onwards, Valve have now responded.

Whose Wine is it anyway? Wine 4.11 is out

liamdawe,
It's not quite the Wine o'clock news but it will do, Wine 4.11 is officially out. The Wine team continues progressing on and it's looking tasty.

You can now try the pre-release demo of the brutal roguelike Jupiter Hell for the weekend

liamdawe,
ChaosForge are giving you a chance to play the demo of Jupiter Hell before everyone else, just for the weekend.
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