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Game developer, Linux helper person, and independent writer/interviewer.

Currently working on Winter's Wake, a first person text adventure thing and its engine Icicle. Also making a little bee themed base builder called Hive Time

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First Steps with OpenVR and the Vive on Linux

By Cheeseness,
While not officially supported, it turns out that through SteamVR and Valve's OpenVR, the HTC Vive "works" on Linux with some minor permission changes.

Tiny Chopper Raceway - An Example Godot Game With Sources

By Cheeseness,
Tiny Chopper Raceway is a small 2D drifting/race-against-the-clock game created as an example to demonstrate some of the Godot engine's capabilities.

Cheese Talks: AdventureJam 2015 Retrospective

By Cheeseness,
Just under a year ago over a hundred developers came together to create and celebrate adventure games. With AdventureJam 2016 looming on the horizon, here's a look back at what made the first event interesting and some of the Linux games to come out of it!

The Interactive Adventures of Dog Mendonça & Pizzaboy now released

By Cheeseness,
The Interactive Adventures of Dog Mendonça & Pizzaboy has been released! Read on to learn about its origins, its creation and its legacy.

Meditative Labyrinthine Puzzle Game 'Expand' Release Imminent, Plus Some Thoughts

By Cheeseness,
Australian minimalist puzzle exploration game Expand releases today, and turns out to have been developed by a Linux user! Read on for some details, thoughts and screenshots.

Twin Stick Shooter Assault Android Cactus To Be Released Sept 23rd, Plus Some Early Access Reflections

By Cheeseness,
Arcade style twin stick shooter Assault Android Cactus will be released for Linux, Mac and Windows on September 23rd. Check inside for a new screenshots and some early access reflections.

Winter's Wake, A First Person/Text Adventure Hybrid

By Cheeseness,
GOL editor Cheeseness also makes games. A playable demo of his fantasy first person/text adventure hybrid Winter's Wake is now available.

What Happens When You Request A Refund On Steam?

By Cheeseness,
Following up on Steam's new refund policy, we've gone through and documented the process for anybody who might be interested. Do reviews for refunded games hang around? Are Steam trading cards deleted? Read on and find out!

CryEngine Gets An Official Linux Support Announcement

By Cheeseness,
As part of their an EULA update, CryTek have today announced that the next release of CryEngine 3 will feature an OpenGL renderer and Linux support.

Editorial: A Conversation About Broken Age

By Cheeseness,
Double Fine's Broken Age is now released. GOL editors Flesk and Cheeseness sit down to share their thoughts on the game, on being backers, and on being a part of the Double Fine community.

Trine 3 Announcement and Trailer Analysis

By Cheeseness,
Finnish developer Frozenbyte has today announced Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power, a third game in their award winning Trine series.

SteamLUG February Linux Gaming Events

By Cheeseness,
The SteamLUG (Steam Linux User Group) events calendar for February is up, featuring Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Altitude, Double Action: Boogaloo, BattleBlock Theature and more!

Unfurl Your Scythes, Grim Fandango Is Now Available

By Cheeseness,
Double Fine's remastered version of Grim Fandango has launched and is now available for Linux on Steam, GOG and the Grim Fandango Remastered website.

The Spectre Of Grim Fandango Looms! GF Remastered Now Available For Pre-Order On GOG (Updated!)

By Cheeseness,
With two weeks left until its January 27th release, Double Fine have announced that Grim Fandango is now available for pre-order via GOG, alongside launching a new website and documentary episode. Article has been updated with screenshots and concept art.

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.
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