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Canonical drop the Unity desktop environment for Ubuntu favour of going back to GNOME

I have been debating writing about this since we are mainly a gaming news site (I should really setup another site for all the other Linux news I want to write about!), but Canonical switching back to GNOME on Ubuntu is very big news for everyone.

The Linux Game Jam 2017 is a thing now, go sign up

'The Linux Gamer' has officially launched 'The Linux Game Jam 2017' which starts in a few days time! Will you be joining in?

What have you been playing recently and what do you think about it?

It's been a while since I put a question to the community, so here it is! What are you currently playing and what do you think about it?

Security: You might want to change passwords on sites that use Cloudflare

Not gaming news, but still important to get across. Cloudflare has written a blog post detailing a security issue that was identified which is important to know about.

The developers of 'Darksiders' comment on the Linux version, they couldn't fix the issues

Darksiders was supposed to come out for Linux a long time ago and never happened. The developers haven't forgotten about it, but it seems the issues are proving difficult to fix and they have been busy.

Welcome to new GOL

First of all welcome to the new Gaming On Linux website! This has been a work in progress for...too long through stops and starts. Read more for all the info!

Desurium needs testing

Okay folks Desurium (The open source client forDesura) needs more testing and feedback. Remember to submit all bugs (although try to search first as to not double up on bugs).

Mozilla launches BrowserQuest

Games on the web equals Flash, or at least it used to, before the advent of HTML5. Eager to showcase this, and a lot of other cross-platform web tech, Mozilla has launched BrowserQuest.
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