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Monitor and stress-test your Linux gaming PC with GtkStressTesting

By Liam Dawe,
Monitoring your Linux gaming PC is pretty easy, there's some good applications out there to keep an eye on CPU use and more but what about some stress testing to see how it holds up? GtkStressTesting seems nice.

'ReDoomEd', a port of the original Doom level editor, was released on Linux

By Sunburst,
DoomEd was a program written by Carmack and Romero in 1993, to directly build the levels from the original Doom. Twenty seven years later, the developers behind Twilight Edge Software are releasing a free and independent port based on that program.

Need a distraction-free art application on Linux? Try out MyPaint

By Liam Dawe,
If you have a Wacom-style graphic tablet and you need a simple and distraction-free painting program, MyPaint seems like it could be a really good fit.

New stable Steam Client up, fixing Steam Survey and NFS mounts on Linux, plus other Steam news

By Liam Dawe,
The first stable update for the Steam Client of 2020, pulling in all the recent changes from the Beta versions.

If you want to make some ASCII art, animations and games check out Playscii

By Liam Dawe,
Playscii from developer JP LeBreton seems like a sweet open source application, giving you some handy tools for making ASCII art and it also acts as a game engine too.

The latest Steam Client Beta solves Linux issues with NFS mounts and the Hardware Survey

By Liam Dawe,
Valve have released another Beta for the Steam Client, the first Beta of 2020 and it pulls in a couple Linux fixes.

Minigalaxy, the free and open source Linux client for GOG has a new release

By Liam Dawe,
Progressing quickly, Minigalaxy is becoming quite a nice streamlined Linux client for managing GOG games since GOG themselves don't yet support Galaxy on Linux.

Pixelorama, the free and open source sprite editor has a sweet new release up

By Liam Dawe,
Godot Engine isn't just good for making games, you can also build applications with it. That's exactly what Orama Interactive are doing with their pixel art sprite editor, Pixelorama.

Another progress report is up for RPCS3, the PlayStation 3 Emulator

By Liam Dawe,
The volunteers behind the status updates of the PlayStation 3 Emulator RPCS3 have a new report available, with RPCS3 now up to 1,431 titles playable which is amazing.

GB Studio, a free and open source retro adventure game creator

By Liam Dawe,
Want to create your own seriously retro games? The free and open source GB Studio can certainly help you to do that.

Minigalaxy, a new open source simple GOG client for Linux

By Liam Dawe,
Find getting your Linux games from GOG a bit of a hassle since they don't support Galaxy on Linux yet? Enter the free and open source application Minigalaxy.

Logitech Steering Wheel manager pyLinuxWheel has a big new release out

By Liam Dawe,
Another sweet new release of pyLinuxWheel is up, giving you even more options for managing your Logitech Steering Wheel on Linux thanks to new features.

Krita, the FOSS painting program gets an Epic MegaGrant

By Liam Dawe,
Following not long after game manager Lutris got an Epic MegaGrant, it was just announced today that the FOSS painting program Krita just got an Epic MegaGrant too.

Open Joystick Display, a FOSS tool to show off gamepad input in videos

By Liam Dawe,
Do you create gaming videos or livestream? Open Joystick Display seems like an incredibly useful free, open source and cross-platform tool to display your inputs on-screen.

Need to make some pixel art? Pixelorama is a cross-platform FOSS tool worth looking at

By Liam Dawe,
It seems Godot Engine is good for more than making games, as the FOSS pixel art tool Pixelorama will show you.