ShinyLoot is an awesome game store that has Linux support, one we told you about way back when in April! They have been in beta status for quite some time and are finally about to remove this tag and be classed as fully open!
Interview with Andy Schatz, founder of Pocketwatch Games and developer of the award-winning multiplayer stealth game, MONACO: WHAT'S YOURS IS MINE, coming soon to Linux.
So we now have Precinct up on Kickstarter, this is from the original creator of Police Quest and it promises to be a good one, that's unless you're on Linux, we clear up why it's not so bad though after a first look.
Todays GamingOnLinux.com question time is all about IndieCity and their soon to arrive Linux client, this means alongside Steam and Desura we will have another client on Linux.
Second and final part of the exclusive interview with the many developers of 'Alien Arena', the Humans versus Martians fast-paced multiplayer deathmatch. In this part we talked to James "Stratokaztr" Bower, Max "MaxToTheMax" Eliaser, and Chandler "l'Emmerdeur" Wilkington, the three guys responsible for maintaining the Linux versions and much more!
Well now this game is quite the pleasant surprise, I tend to grow a little tired of games that are "old school" as most of the time to me it means it's going to be a platformer with some attempt at 8bit graphics, not the case with this game!
GamingOnLinux brings you the first part of an exclusive interview with the many developers and Linux maintainers of 'Alien Arena', a free multiplayer fast-paced deathmatch FPS pitting Humans versus Martians. In this segment we interview John "Irritant" Diamond, the original creator and currently lead developer for the project.
Rise of the Ravager offers classic arcade action reminiscent of a fast action Missile Command while players blast descending waves of coloured enemies that can only be annihilated by a matching colour bullet (in a similar fashion to Guitar Hero or Ikaruga). Seek the favour of the Old Ones to prevent an ancient god’s avatar from rising, signalling the End of Times.
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.
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.
Todays question time is with Corey from the Hero-U Kickstarter a sort of Adventure/RPG game hybrid that promises lots of fun to be had.
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