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You can now use the Discord Overlay on Linux thanks to a new community project

By Liam Dawe,
Once again the developer community is picking up the slack where the official stuff isn't working on Linux. This time it's the turn of the Discord Overlay.

Linux gaming overlay 'MangoHud' improves OpenGL support, better NVIDIA detection and more

By Liam Dawe,
MangoHud has firmly filled a hole in tools available for Linux gamers, benchmarking and more. A handy HUD that works across OpenGL and Vulkan games and a fresh build went up.

Legendary is an in-development community-made open source version of the Epic Games Store

By Liam Dawe,
While it wasn't made specifically for Linux, the in-development community made application 'Legendary' has an aim to be a cross-platform and open source version of the Epic Games Store.

Open source PS4 Remote Play client 'Chiaki' major release up with VA-API support

By Liam Dawe,
Giving you another way to enjoy your games from various sources on Linux, the free and open source PlayStation 4 Remote Play client 'Chiaki' has a new major update.

Linux game launcher 'GameHub' has a brand new release, with game tweaking support

By Liam Dawe,
GameHub is another game launcher available for Linux, one we've talked briefly about before, and it just recently had quite a nice looking update.

Minigalaxy, the FOSS Linux client for GOG adds support for Wine

By Liam Dawe,
While GOG don't support their own Galaxy client on Linux (yet?), work continues by the community on Minigalaxy, a streamlined free and open source Linux client for GOG.

Linux game manager 'Lutris' has a sweet new build up - better Wine support, new DXVK handling

By Liam Dawe,
Lutris is probably in my top 5 of free and open source Linux apps, as it's made gaming outside of Steam many times easier on Linux.

FOSS app 'GOverlay' for managing Linux gaming overlays adds early support for vkBasalt

By Liam Dawe,
GOverlay is fast becoming an incredibly useful free and open source Linux gaming application, giving you an easier time working with the MangoHud overlay and now the start of vkBasalt support too.

Add crazy effects to your images with 'PhotoMosh', a powerful but easy to use free web app

By Sunburst,
We interrupt your regularly scheduled gaming news to mention PhotoMosh, a fun and quite powerful free web application to mess around with your images. It's actually pretty cool.

'Tilesetter' is a program for developers that aims to optimize the tileset generation process; demo available

By Sunburst,
Tilesetter seems to be a very handy tool for game developers, allowing you to focus on making the perfect tileset.

Game manager 'Lutris' has a new release with initial Humble Bundle and VKD3D support

By Liam Dawe,
Lutris, the excellent free and open source game manager for Linux has a fresh release up with some brand new and big features that made it in.

Valve have a new Beta installer for the Linux Steam Client for the brave tester

By Liam Dawe,
Valve continue to push Linux gaming forward and today they have a new Beta installer available to try for the Steam Client.

A new stable Steam Client update is out with plenty of Linux fixes

By Liam Dawe,
Valve continue to polish the Steam Client with a bunch of recent changes that have been in Beta for a little while now pushed out for everyone. Here's what's new.

If you have problems with the Paradox Launcher, there's now an open source alternative

By Liam Dawe,
Cities: Skylines, Stellaris and more now use the Paradox Launcher and for quite a lot of people it has caused some problems. Now, there's an alternative.

RetroArch 1.8.5 is out replacing the XMB UI with Ozone plus lots of bug fixing

By Liam Dawe,
RetroArch is a wonderful and expansive front-end for tons of emulators and other gaming engines, it's just had a fresh release that entirely replaces the user interface.