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Abbey Games announce they're going to let staff go in December as they "scope down"
6 November 2019 at 3:56 pm UTC Likes: 3

Saw the title bleary eyed in the morning and it looked like they announced their next game was going to be "They're Going to Let Staff Go".

If only that were the case. Best of luck to everyone affected.

Some more thoughts on Ion Fury, the FPS from Voidpoint and 3D Realms
23 August 2019 at 1:02 pm UTC Likes: 8

subIf I got it right, the current review bombing is from people that do not accept that VoidPoint appologized and donated money to The Trevor project and not (at least not many) that felt offended by the content. (?)
A casual glance suggests it is mostly people upset that they apologized at all. If anyone seems quick to take offence at the expense of the developers, it is them.

May cooler heads prevail in this.

Great looking retro-inspired FPS Ion Fury is out now with Linux support
17 August 2019 at 3:54 am UTC Likes: 1

DuncThe sole global arbiter of all things Build Engine gave it a thumbs up, so it must be pretty good.
Clint is great and all, but he is not Civvie 11.

Cortex Command from Data Realms goes open source
14 July 2019 at 9:19 pm UTC Likes: 1

Like so many things, it makes me sad that the Humble Bundles did not continue trying to promote free source code releases after the first Humble Indie Bundle.

Good on Data Realms for making the move on their own though.

Ion Maiden has become Ion Fury, release date announced for August 15th
11 July 2019 at 11:19 pm UTC Likes: 1

ElectricPrismMaybe they should have renamed it some snarky alternative like Metal Maiden or some other cheesy but effective name.

Ion Lady?

10 years ago GamingOnLinux was created, what a ride it's been
7 July 2019 at 3:11 pm UTC

wvstolzingSo far LGR has shown absolutely no interest in (or knowledge of) the unix & free software side of things.
He is not a big Linux guy, but it has come up in some of his videos in the past (he has even recommended WINE as a solution for playing old Windows games) and I know for a fact he has a few Loki Software boxes in his collection. Being more of a retro gaming and tech channel, it is not going to come up as much.

It is more the serendipity of the timing I found amusing.

10 years ago GamingOnLinux was created, what a ride it's been
6 July 2019 at 1:27 am UTC Likes: 1

Interestingly it is also the tenth anniversary of LGR starting today as well:

Funny how things work.

10 years ago GamingOnLinux was created, what a ride it's been
5 July 2019 at 1:31 am UTC Likes: 4

liamdaweWho can forget all of the wonderful contributors? Many came and went over the years to help out for fun, thanks to all and especially those of you who’ve stuck around.
Looking back I have somehow managed to write at least one article per year since 2012. I am surprised.

Guess I need something for 2019 yeah?

Happy birthday GoL! And congratulations to Liam for 15864 articles and counting.

Canonical are now saying Ubuntu's 32bit is not being entirely dropped, 32bit libraries will be "frozen"
23 June 2019 at 6:14 pm UTC Likes: 10

The Seven Stages of Grief come to mind. Canonical seems to have reached denial.

Just like with Mir and Unity all over again.

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