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ScummVM 2.1.0 is now ready for testing with support for more major classics
19 September 2019 at 11:18 pm UTC Likes: 1

Hyperspace Delivery Boy! had a port by Linux Game Publishing in 2004. I tried the demo back in the day but it had corrupted graphics with my distro/hardware. Thank you ScummVM Team!

A French court has ruled that Valve should allow people to re-sell their digital games
19 September 2019 at 10:52 pm UTC Likes: 3

As a EU citizen, I am very grateful to our courts and consumer groups for defending our rights against abusive EULAs and monopolies. I am also confident that Valve and the other distributors have the resources to adapt to any change in the regulation with little impact in their business model.

NBlood, an open source port of the classic FPS 'Blood' using EDuke32
24 February 2019 at 4:28 pm UTC

strycoreI've made a x64 build of nblood and used it in the GOG installer:
You're my hero!

THQ Nordic has acquired the Carmageddon IP, perhaps we will finally get it on Linux
3 December 2018 at 10:28 pm UTC Likes: 6

Stainless is dead and buried, I was expecting the Carmageddon website to go offline soon, so any other company acquiring it is good news. I just hope they're aware that the fan base nowadays isn't as "passionate and dedicated" as it used to be. Stainless made a great job disappointing everyone.

GOG are doing a Black Friday sale with some good Linux games cheap
24 November 2018 at 11:12 pm UTC

DolusAnyone know if you can still get the GemRB compatible version of Planescape: Torment with the Enhanced Edition?
Yes, sure. I just got the enhanced edition a few hours ago and both games were added to my library.

Snapshot Games have cancelled the Linux version of Phoenix Point
9 November 2018 at 10:25 pm UTC Likes: 1

Sad news, but I very much appreciate their announcement and the compelling reasons exposed, to the point that I'm printing it. It may come in handy if I need to use the toilet.

Your weekly look at some interesting Linux games and bundles on sale
7 August 2018 at 1:31 pm UTC

Also, all the hidden object puzzle games from Artifex Mundi are 70% off at GOG.

We've teamed up with GOG for another fantastic giveaway: Surviving Mars & Iconoclasts
15 June 2018 at 11:33 am UTC Likes: 2


Believe it or not, this is 17 years old.

Spoiler, click me

Looks like a Linux version of Bounty Train is coming
7 June 2018 at 2:47 pm UTC Likes: 1

I mostly ignored the Daedalic Bundle at first, because it includes several non-Linux games. Now I'm going to reconsider my choice.

Also, there are lots of bargains for Daedalic titles in the GOG summer sale. Yay!

What are you playing on Linux this weekend and what do you think about it?
19 May 2018 at 4:01 pm UTC

Elliot Quest.
  • The good: Long and polished game. Good music. It's difficult enough to enjoy the achievements but not too difficult. I love metroidvanias.

  • The bad: I'm not a fan of retro graphics in general. Some mechanics are not explained anywhere and that's frustrating sometimes. There are some non-official manuals to solve that though.

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