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The Linux version of the Unity3D editor has been updated

The Unity3D editor for Linux has been updated once again to bring it up to speed with the Windows version.

OpenRW, an open source engine for Grand Theft Auto III

I love open source! OpenRW joins the ranks of game engines like OpenMW (Morrowind), OpenRA (Command & Conquer, Red Alert) and many more.

OpenApoc, the open source engine for X-COM: Apocalypse shows impressive progress

I actually really liked where XCOM went with X-COM: Apocalypse, it had issues sure, but it had some interesting features. Like OpenXcom, OpenApoc will be a fully featured open source engine. The new video showing their progress is fantastic.

Tiny Chopper Raceway - An Example Godot Game With Sources

Tiny Chopper Raceway is a small 2D drifting/race-against-the-clock game created as an example to demonstrate some of the Godot engine's capabilities.

Open source Morrowind game engine OpenMW releases 0.39.0

The awesome open source Morrowind game engine has released 0.39.0, bringing a lot of fixes and a few bigger features.

Open source Theme Hospital engine CorsixTH 0.60 Beta 1 released

Greetings fans of Theme Hospital, the awesome open source engine CorsixTH has released 0.60 Beta 1 with new features and fixes.

ScummVM adds support for Myst in their daily builds

I haven't really used ScummVM even though I've heard good things about it but it's possible that this might change with these news. Support for Myst and Myst: Masterpiece Edition has now been added to the daily builds and is ready for testing.

UNIGINE 2.2 released with major new features

UNIGINE is a pretty advanced game engine that never really gets much attention from anyone it seems. They recently released UNIGINE 2.2 with major new features.

See this impressive Unreal Engine 4 video showcasing 2016 features, official Vulkan support

Unreal Engine 4 really does do a good job at showing off what can be done with it, and this video is no different. They also mention official Vulkan API support.

The Atomic Game Engine is now open source and on github

More good news for developers, as the Atomic Game Engine is now open source under the MIT license. It's available on github right now.

Unity game engine 5.4 beta now has a Linux build

Greetings developers, just to let you know that Unity have now added Linux builds of the fresh 5.4 beta. They have also updated the stable build with core OpenGL fixes, as it was quite broken.

CryEngine V released, Crytek now offer CryEngine as "pay what you want", source code access too

The last of the major engines has shaken up their business model into a pay what you want deal. They have also released CryEngine V with major new features.

Unity game engine 5.4 beta is out, developers working on performance

It's really good to see Unity working on improving performance, and the Unity 5.4 beta looks like it includes some pretty nice features to give improved performance.

Sunday fun: Theme Hospital on Linux using the open source CorsixTH engine

It has been quite some time since I mentioned CorsixTH, and I bet some of you don’t even know it exists! Theme Hospital is a brilliant game from many years ago where you build your own hospital.

Croteam releases Serious Engine version 1.10 as free software

Here's something interesting for the fans of libre software. Croteam, the developers behind the Serious Sam games and The Talos Principle, have opened up the source code for Serious Engine v. 1.10 under the GPLv2 license.
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