Here is a look back at the most popular articles on GamingOnLinux for June 2014, an easy way to for you to keep up to date on what has happened in the past month for Linux Gaming!
You don't have to wait long until the Metro Redux games are out for Linux! It has been announced that they will be available at the end of August.
Fun little tidbit today folks as a developer of Payday 2 responded to a request post on the Steam forum asking for a Linux version of Payday 2.
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition for Linux seems like it will never happen, but it is still on the table and hopefully after the next patch.
In a very surprising move Game Develop a game creation engine that doesn't require programming has become open source. This is after the failed Indiegogo campaign, but it still happened anyway. Hooray!
Kerberos Productions are continuing their Linux push this month with the release of Sword of the Stars:The Pit a procedural death labyrinth were you are trying to find a legendary alien facility.
Wait...what? Yeah that's the best headline I could come up with. Mountain is available for Linux for $1 and promises 50 hours of watching a mountain do...stuff.
A very cute looking game has been released for Linux on Steam titled "Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake" and it actually looks quite decent. It's another Cartoon Network game (the other was Powerpuff Girls) which is interesting to see such a big name support Linux again.
Another Source engine powered game plans to support Linux soon with a migration to a more updated version of Source. Dino D-Day is touted as being like Counter Strike only with Nazi troopers and dinosaurs. If that didn't peak your interest then I don't know what will.
Here is the latest instalment of Steam's Hardware Survey, as usual we do our monthly thing and compare it and talk about it to make sure you know not to use it as a hard figure.
PCGamingWiki has recently started a series of articles giving a high level analysis of Linux ports compared against their Windows and Mac counterparts, starting with Civilization V and XCOM: Enemy Unknown.
The Funding Crowd welcomes you to a shorter, sharper and much anticipated TFC#34! It's shorter, because less stuff happened over the quieter June period. It's sharper, because we're not pulling any punches with this edition - we're calling it as we see it. And we're assuming it's much anticipated because the last edition was a whopping 29 days ago. At least! Nearly a month!
Shovel Knight is an awesome looking love letter to 8-bit games that was funded on Kickstarter some time ago. It had a Linux stretch goal that was hit and the developers have now teased it running on Linux.
I think we can all agree Killing Floor 2 is going to be awesome, but how awesome? See this new trailer with some fresh footage.
Door Kickers is the excellent squad based strategy and tactics game from KillHouse Games we have shown you a few times here. They have released a big update to push the game into beta and it's a good one.
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