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Ask The Community: Your Thoughts On The Steam Client Being DRM

A new topic to generate some discussion today is an ask the community section on why you think Steam itself is DRM?

Bionic Dues Now DRM Free On Humble Store

Bionic Dues is the pretty fun 2D mech combat game from Arcen Games that was previously Steam-only for us Linux gamers. Luckily now you can get it on Humble Store too!

Survive As A Tiny Creature In Copod's Pay What You Want Deal

We don't usually do shout outs for game sales any more due to having our big Sales Page, but this seems worthy. Copod a fantastic little roguelite where you are a tiny creature trying to survive in a strange world.

Desura Starts A Race To The Bottom For Indie Games

Desura starting this weekend will launch a big sale called "Cheap End", it will run monthly on the lasy weekend of every month and promises plenty of cheap games.

New Release: Kill The Bad Guy Released For Linux

Track the Bad Guys, be brutal and smart in your planning, and eliminate them one by one. But bear this in mind: each criminal’s death has to look like an accident. In each level, you’ll have the chance to splatter and destroy the Bad Guy using various weapons and traps.

Valve Has Yet Again Greenlit 35 More Linux Games For Steam

Valve has done the usual and given that greenlight for a ton of indie games to come onto Steam, we highlight the ones with Linux support.

Get In Quick Before Factorio Raises Their Prices

Factorio is the great simulation game that mixes a few different genre's for excellent results and you only have a few days left before the price goes up. In Need Of Linux Tech Specialist To Port Games

With heading over to Linux later this year they are in need of someone technically minded with Linux who doesn't mind moving to Poland.

Why The Porting Method Doesn't Matter For Linux Games

So, I've already talked at length about "bad ports" and why I thought the toolkit used to port games to Linux matters. Now I'm here again to talk about why it actually doesn't matter and why we need to accept that in the end.

A Roundup Of The Last Weeks Linux Gaming

Here is a look back at the last week on GamingOnLinux, an easy way to for you to keep up to date on what has happened in the past week for Linux Gaming!

Steam Machines Not Likely Until 2015

It looks like Valve will be delaying Steam Machines release untl next year thanks to doing more work on the controller. This is actually good news.

Humble Bundle PC & Android 10 Unleashed With New Linux Games

Those Humble folks are at it again! Humble Bundle PC & Android 10 is now available with a bunch of fun games to sink our teeth into.

Stronghold 3 Gold Strategy Game Now Confirmed For Linux

Today we not only bring you the fantastic news that is XCOM, but also actual confirmation now of Stronghold 3 Gold coming to Linux.

Leadwerks Game Engine To Launch On Ubuntu Software Centre

The Leadwerks game engine is now available to buy from the Ubuntu Software Centre, so anyone using Ubuntu can purchase it and install it directly within Ubuntu to begin creating games.

Unity3D Releases Unity 4.5 & With It Comes Major Linux Fixes

I really hope a lot of Unity developers upgrade to Unity4.5 as it offers up some heavily needed fixes to the engine for Linux builds of games.
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