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An interview with Paradox Development Studios about supporting Linux

By BTRE,
Lately, I’ve been busy playing a lot of Hearts of Iron 4 and Stellaris, as both were day-1 releases on Linux. I spoke with Gustav Palmqvist, a PDS developer who helped make those releases happen on our platform of choice.

An interview with Eagre Games about their new game, ZED

By BTRE,
I arranged an interview with Eagre to talk about ZED and their experiences with Linux and our community, including the decision to change support from a stretch goal to a base funding goal. ZED is an upcoming adventure puzzle game built with Unreal Engine 4 that’s currently on Kickstarter.

An interview with The Final Station developers

By sobkas,
Developers from “Do My Best, Games” have agreed to answer few questions about their upcoming game "The Final Station"

A chat with AtomicTorch Studio about their Linux sales with Dinocide & VoidExpanse

By Liam Dawe,
I had the pleasure of speaking with another developer today about their Linux sales, and this time it was Lurler from AtomicTorch Studio.

A chat with the developer of Quest of Dungeons about their Linux sales

By Liam Dawe,
I asked on twitter for developers to get in touch about their games, and first up is Quest of Dungeons from Upfall Studios. A turn based dungeon crawler game featuring a good old 16-bit retro artistic look.

The Funding Crowd interviews president of Frogdice

By Speedster,
President of Stash MMO developer Frogdice, Michael Hartman, talks about world design, custom events and more.

Project Maiden Review, Plus Interview With Developer Kevin Cole

By muntdefems,
This is a kind of mix of a Project Maiden review and an interview with its creator Kevin Cole, in which we discuss his first two games, as well as his experiences with crowdfunding and game development.

An Interview With Corpses 'N Souls Developer Side Scroll Studios

By flesk,
One-man developer Side Scroll Studios talks to GamingOnLinux about developing their own engine, promoting an indie game and managing expectations.

Interview With The Developers Of Cossacks 3, Which Is Coming To Linux

By Liam Dawe,
Cossacks 3 was a bit of a surprise announcement to be coming to Linux, and it looks fantastic. I decided to send over a few burning questions.

War For The Overworld Strategy Game Thoughts & Small Interview

By Liam Dawe,
War for the Overworld came out of early access with a bit a shaky launch, and now it’s been polished up a bit I gave it a look and spoke to the developer.

Linux Sales Statistics For 'Among The Sleep', Plus A Small Q&A With The Developer

By Liam Dawe,
I do a fair few articles covering Linux sales statistics with lots of different developers, and today is the day for Among the Sleep from Krillbite.

Interview With Linux Game Porter Knockout Games, Porter Of Shadow Warrior & More

By Liam Dawe,
Today I had the pleasure of speaking to Aaron, the one man porting machine from Knockout Games. If you don’t recognise the name, you may recognise the porting work in Shadow Warrior (the new one), Outland and more!

An interview with Gallium Nine project developer Axel Davy

By sobkas,
Today I will interview one of the developers of the Gallium Nine project, Axel Davy. Gallium Nine is a Direct3D 9 implementation for the Open Source Mesa drivers that use Gallium. Used with Wine, it enables you to play Direct3D 9 games with solid performance on Linux.

Interview With Artifex Mundi, Publisher Of Casual Adventure Games, We Have Keys For You

By flesk,
Artifex Mundi has had a strong presence on Steam for Linux since they got through Steam Greenlight last year. Last month they published their 14th game on the digital store, and as usual it was a same-day release for Linux on Steam.

The 7DFPS Challenge 2014: A Linux Perspective

By Cheeseness,
Last month, professional and enthusiast developers put their skills against the clock for the 2014 7DFPS challenge. We take a look at why it's important, hear from some Linux using developers, and list the games currently providing Linux builds.

Spellcrafter, Interview With Creative Director Arek Duch

By Samsai,
Spellcrafter, is a turn-based tactical RPG game from Jujubee currently available on Steam Early Access for PC (Windows/Linux) and Mac. The final version of of the game will be out next month, so we took this opportunity to ask Creative Director Arek Duch a few questions!

Blackwell Games Make Their Debut On Linux In Humble Bundle: PC And Android 11

By flesk,
The Blackwell series cemented Wadjet Eye Games' position as one of the most beloved modern developers of classic point-and-click adventures. Today the first three games will be available for purchase on Linux.

A Song For Viggo Will Be Coming To Linux

By flesk,
The team behind the Kickstarted game A Song for Viggo have announced that they have teamed up with Talawa Games, the developer of Unmechanical, to launch the game on additional platforms, including Linux.

GOG com Now Officially Support Linux Games

By Liam Dawe,
Today marks a big day for Linux and DRM free gaming. GOG.com are now officially supporting Linux on their store, and so that's pretty much all major online stores supporting Linux.

Interview With Aspyr Media About Civilization V & Linux Gaming

By Liam Dawe,
A little treat today folks as I had a chance to talk with Michael Blair from Aspyr Media on a few different bits relating to Linux gaming and their Civilization V port.
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