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A look at some neat Linux games you can find on the awesome itch store
29 October 2016 at 3:11 pm UTC Likes: 1

Fantastic article! This is exactly what I wanted, a list of recommended games for Please, keep these ones coming from time to time.

Another performance improvement is on the way for AMD users on the radeonsi driver
13 October 2016 at 2:09 am UTC

It might be a "gaming" unrelated question, but... Does anyone of you know how to activate OpenCL under Linux for an AMD Radeon R9 390?... I tried a couple months ago without luck (Although I don't consider myself an expert), I'm waiting for better features support in their drivers, but it seems that it's still not possible, please, someone correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks.

Recursed, a mind bending puzzle platformer that's actually rather good is now out for Linux
13 October 2016 at 1:01 am UTC

When I saw this one a couple months ago, it got my attention. Great to see it on Linux, added to my wishlist!

Build your own theme park in Parkitect, heading to Steam Early Access on May 5th
7 April 2016 at 3:34 am UTC

Quoting: KimyrielleSounds and looks good. Will buy! :)

Me too!

Tomb Raider, the excellent 2013 game is officially coming to Linux from Feral Interactive
24 March 2016 at 4:25 am UTC

I think I'm the only one who thinks this game sucks... because it got ruined by the recurrent decision of studios to assume gamers are stupid... Every 10 steps there's an on-screen explanation of how to jump, climb, and pretty much solve every freaking minor "puzzle" you face in the game.

At least that's what I've seen in ALL the playthroughs I've watched in Youtube. I still don't know if you can turn ALL of the on-screen tips off in the settings. If that's the case, I'm very much willing to purchase it and have an enjoyable experience, otherwise, I'm not very interested in this guided-tutorial-of-a-game.

Linux usage on Steam is better than people think
5 March 2016 at 11:38 am UTC

I switched to Linux a year and a half ago, I use Steam almost everyday and not even once I've received a Steam Survey... Every month I check the "netmarkedshare" webpage to see more or less the Linux usage. I find it more realistic and "close to real world" usage:

For February, it showed a 1.78% Linux usage... an increase over January (1.71%).

Is not Steam usage, I know, but I think it reflects better the Linux usage ratio in Steam that the actual Steam Survey crap.

Some thoughts on Factorio after a few hours with it, blown away by it
4 March 2016 at 7:29 pm UTC

Sir, I wasn't sure about this game... but you've convinced me. Is in my wishlist now!