So, we are on a quest to get enough money to buy a candle to explore the nearby caves and to do that, we must fight through an army of skeletons, goo balls and bats? This will obviously be a great journey!
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I'm a Linux gamer from Finland. I like reading, long walks on the beach, dying repeatedly in roguelikes and ripping and tearing in FPS games. I also sometimes write code and sometimes that includes hobbyist game development.
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I wasn't sure if you had had enough of Metro: Last Light yet, so I quickly made a GOL Cast of it to show you the incredible world of post-apocalyptic Moscow. I also decided to shoot some mutants with a shotgun while I was at it, though the situation got pretty hairy.
In normal circumstances I would have let TheBoss deliver these awesome news, but what is normal about a total nuclear catastrophe in the radioactive ruins of Moscow? Especially when that happens on Linux?
Inverto (previously Gravitron) is a first person shooter puzzle game from GravityBox Studio, where you must navigate through a series of testing areas. The doors, floors and platforms in these areas might not be in the most logical places however, and you must use your GraviGun to manipulate the gravity in order to reach different places.
Two days ago we published an article about Mad Otter Games asking if there anyone was interested for a Linux port of their Red Baron remake that they are kickstarting. We Linux users are quite vocal about things we like and many people displayed their interest in the comments and now they have given an official response to us Linux gamers.
We've seen a huge influx of platformers, some in 2.5D and some with pixelated 8-bit style, so it's obvious that some of us have already gotten tired of them and actively prefer other genres over platformers, me included. But Glare was something that I actually like for multiple reasons.
I haven't played Thief and sneaking in shadows is not one of my greatest strenghts, but it's always nice to pretend being a master thief and acquire tons of virtual loot (and slam few computer-controlled guards in the head with a blackjack in the process).
You might remember our previous articles about the mysterious new Frictional horror game they released multiple progress bars and weird images/videos about? Well, now they have announced the name and a gameplay teaser trailer to go with it.
You all probably know this game already by now and if you don't then you most certainly should! Still, I think it's GOL Cast worthy because 0 A.D. truly shows how good an open source game can be and I wanted to remind you about their IndieGoGo fundraiser.
Reloading in modern shooters was way too easy anyways, anyone can simply press R and wait a bit, so let's take it up a notch and simulate realistic gun mechanics! Oh, my magazine is empty... what do I do now?
Guess what, we have another puzzle game for you to try out! So, let's start our journey into Kairo (with a K) and see what this weird and abstract world has in store for us!
I saw that this game had a HUGE discount on Steam and decided to show some footage about it in case you were wondering whether to buy it or not. Queue the low gravity environments and let's start jumping!
Gaming, game capturing and video editing, does that sound like Linux to you? Few years ago most of us most likely would have said "no", but I am here to show you the current situation and prove that old fact wrong! Step into my lair of Linux gaming videos!
Something odd has happened to Steam for Linux and you might face some difficulties starting/restarting it at the moment. We don't know what causes this, but luckily we have a quick temporary fix for you!
Hopefully you still remember me after a week long break, but I am happy to tell you that I'm back with the videos! Today we will take a look at a game which combines shooting, platforming and RPG elements in a nice 2.5D package.
Sometimes explosions and loud guns just aren't then thing you are looking for. And when that happens, you can rely on relaxing music, simple gameplay and chemistry!
I've featured few brain-twisting puzzle games so far, but my CPU is crying for some action, so let's take a break and frag some stinkin' aliens with an assault rifle!
Some of you might already know Spirits, because it was featured on the Humble Bundle for Android 3 and it has been on the Linux store of Steam for quite some time now, but you might also have missed it like I did.
Hi! My name is Sami, but you can refer to me with my IRC/Forum nickname Samsai or simply as Sam. I am a Finnish YouTuber with the focus on Linux gaming and I've been making videos for over a year now on my own channel.
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