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Chucks Challenge 3D Puzzle game Now On Steam For Linux, Our Review

By Liam Dawe,
Chucks Challenge 3D is a brand new puzzle game from Niffler Ltd. and published by a brand new indie-focused publisher called Nkidu.

Democracy 3 Review On Linux, I Fail At Running A Country

By Liam Dawe,
I am no stranger to thinking that I can run my country better than my current government, and it is not often that a game can prove you so badly wrong.

Pandora: First Contact Linux Gameplay Video & My Thoughts

By Liam Dawe,
I haven't reviewed a game for a while so it's time to take a proper look at Pandora: First Contact in a video and a small review.

GamingOnLinux Reviews - Trine 2: Complete Story

By Hamish,
Rating: 8.5/10 The original Trine (2009) first became notable to me after I had discovered that its developer Frozenbyte had given full permission to redistribute certain screenshots of the game under a Creative Commons license as long as an attribution back to them was preserved...

Assault Android Cactus: Cheese's Thoughts

By Cheeseness,
With Assault Android Cactus now available on Steam Early Access and via a Humble Store Widget on AssaultAndroidCactus.com (Includes DRM free Steam key, and optional Deluxe edition bonuses), I thought I'd share why this cutely styled sci-fi game caught my eye.

The 7DFPS Challenge 2013: A Linux Perspective! (part two)

By Cheeseness,
The 2013 7 Day FPS Challenge finished earlier this month. In this second part, we list all the games currently supporting Linux and highlight some of our favourites!

GamingOnLinux Reviews - Psychonauts

By Hamish,
Rating: 8/10 I had first heard about Psychonauts as an industry curiosity mentioned in a series of student video lectures about the history and development of video gaming as an art form. Mentioned as a notable commercial flop for the industry, the lecturer nevertheless pointed it out as a model of good video game storytelling...

Hairy Tales has been released for Linux

By muntdefems,
A couple of months ago we talked about the possibility of a Linux version of [b]Hairy Tales[/b]. What yesterday was pure speculation, today it has become a reality! [b]Hairy Tales[/b] is now available for Linux at Desura.

10 Million the indie puzzle rougelike game Review

By Liam Dawe,
So I decided to go ahead and buy 10 Million as soon as it popped up as available on Steam Linux and here are my thoughts and a video of me playing it rather poorly!

Dungeon Fray fast paced roguelike release & Review

By Liam Dawe,
Dungeon Fray is a fast paced roguelike game for Windows and Linux. The game features three playable classes, randomly generated levels, turn based combat and unlockable achievements and perks.

Dark Gates RPG Reviewed

By Liam Dawe,
Something I personally still think Linux lacks is a range of RPG-like games, while there are a few (Dungeons of Dredmor, Sacred Gold, Monster RPG 2) but not many that are really "amazing" in my eyes so, enter Dark Gates an RPG from DFour Games a 6 player party RPG game which reminds me a little bit of Final Fantasy, only a little though.

GamingOnLinux Reviews - Rochard

By Hamish,
Rating: 8/10 Indie physics platformers are a dime a dozen these days, and I can not help but find it somewhat peculiar that in a market that seems to promote itself so heavily on its supposed innate creativity and diversity that such a genre glut as we are seeing now came to exist...

GamingOnLinux Reviews - Postal: Classic and Uncut

By Hamish,
Rating: 7/10 I am sure that my first experience with the original Postal was very much the same as it was for many of the other people who have decided to give it a go over the years...

GamingOnLinux Reviews - Shadowgrounds

By Hamish,
Rating: 7.5/10 If there is one thing that the explosion of indie developers in the past few years has accomplished, it has been the revival of previously dormant genres and game types...

GamingOnLinux Reviews - Lugaru: The Rabbit's Foot

By Hamish,
Rating: 8/10 There is nothing new to the idea of fighting games. Violence has, even in its most diluted and minute forms, been a strong staple in almost every game made within the past thirty years...
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