Two surprising bits of news recently about Blender, the free and open source 3D creation suite as they've managed to secure some extra funding from two big names.
It's been a while since I last asked and plenty of games have been released or updated since then. Let's get talking.
Supraland released for Linux on Steam on July 2nd and it just released on GOG today but it seems the Linux version will not be heading to GOG.
The International 2019 tournament that starts in August just hit a recording-breaking prize pool sum.
There's been a lot of chatter in the Linux gaming community recently, centred around Paradox Interactive and future Linux support. It's not all doom and gloom.
As an unintentional side effect of Valve's latest sales event, the Steam Grand Prix, it seems a lot of users have begun cleaning out their Steam Wishlists.
It seems Canonical have done a bit of a U-turn on dropping 32bit support for Ubuntu, as many expected they would do. Their official statement is now out for those interested.
Canonical are now saying Ubuntu's 32bit is not being entirely dropped, 32bit libraries will be "frozen"
As an update to the situation around Canonical planning to drop 32bit support, apparently they're not. Instead, the 32bit libraries will be frozen.
What are you playing this weekend and what do you think about it? It's mostly Dota Underlords for me
Let's lighten the mood a bit shall we? It's question time here on GamingOnLinux! Let's have a talk about what you've been playing recently.
As you might have heard by now, Canonical has made the decision to drop 32bit support from Ubuntu 19.10 onwards.
News just coming out of E3, Double Fine Productions founded by Tim Schafer has been acquired by Microsoft. Specifically, they're now part of Xbox Game Studios.
It's the end of another busy week for Linux gaming, for many people the weekend is filled full of games.
The dev of "Marble It Up!" had intriguing words to say about the native vs Steam Play argument for a Linux version
Now and then I come across a game on Steam where I ask in the Steam forum about possible Linux support, Marble It Up! is one such game but the developer has decided to let Valve handle it with Steam Play.
Smashing Total War records from all angles, Total War: THREE KINGDOMS is now the fastest selling and most popular game in the entire franchise.
Our ten year anniversary is coming close now and it's been some time since this was mentioned: GamingOnLinux is entirely funded by our readers.
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