The third edition of [b]The Funding Crowd[/b] has arrived, and we're ready to review what happened last week in the crowdfunding world and to present to you the most interesting campaigns, big and small.
Tripwire the developers behind Killing Floor had an email chat with me recently about the possibilities of Red Orchestra 2 and Rising Storm coming to Linux and why it currently won't. It gives us a small bit of info on Unreal Engine 2+3.
It's time for another weekly roundup of all the bundles and sales involving Linux games, it's time to gather around... [b]The Cheapskate's Corner![/b]
This is the second edition of [b]The Funding Crowd[/b], our weekly review of crowdfunded Linux games, including the most interesting of the newest campaigns as well as a recap of what happened during the last week (11 days actually).
With the explosion over the past year of crowdfunding campaigns offering some kind of Linux support, I've taken a look at why Linux support as a stretch goal can work against rather than for a campaign.
This is [b][i]The Funding Crowd[/i][/b], a (hopefully) weekly column about the Linux games crowdfunding scene, with a particular focus on those small worthy projects that might have gone under the radar.
Well the latest Steam hardware survey is out for April and it isn't looking good [i]again[/i] for Linux.
So, Humble Bundle, we meet again in my Editorials. This time, I am going to be a little less harsh than previous entries, but still I thought I should write about this and see what everyone’s opinion is.
So the Steam Hardware Survey got updated again, this time they are now including lots of Linux distro's so we can see just how popular they are!
So the next instalment of the Steam hardware survey has landed and it's looking good for Linux so far!
Since posting my most recent Humble Bundle article, I've continued to work on some extra bits and pieces, which have culminated an a small 1,400 word update covering minor corrections, a retrospective look at the Humble Indie Bundle 7, and my biggest visualisation yet: a chart highlighting how Humble Bundles have intersected with the lifespans of titles involved.
Well someone asked me to contact Ryan C. Gordon aka Icculus about the possibility of more Unreal Engine 3 games coming to Linux now that Dungeon Defenders is out and he has now sent me a reply and allowed me to publish his thoughts on the matter.
"Got the Linux message load and clear" is what we have heard from THQ about Linux ports, this is fun news and maybe they will even grace us with a game one-day.
Game in Focus (Elite), I have decided to write a article on a game I have been playing for many years, both in the present and back to the days when I gamed on a little 8bit computer affectionately called the Speccy or Spectrum...
Okay so I visit the Ubuntu Linux Forums regularly and probably always will even if I switch to another distro but this is besides the point.
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