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Steam is available as a Snap app. Ubuntu developers announced the news at LAS, and are inviting Ubuntu gamers to try it out, test it, and provide feedback.
Get your word guessing game on in elementary OS with 'Warble', an open source clone of the über viral word game 'Wordle'. Learn more about it inside.
A new job listing at Canonical shows that the company is taking gaming on Ubuntu seriously. Choosing graphics drivers is among tasks the new job requires.
The Steam Deck is a 7-inch handheld gaming PC powered by Arch Linux. Yes, Arch Linux. Discover more details, including Steam Deck specs and price, inside.
Supercharge your gaming chats using the official desktop Discord Linux app. In this post we show you how to install Discord in Ubuntu 20.04 and Linux Mint.
The latest update to the Vivaldi web browser comes with an arcade game baked inside. Why? Well, why not! Learn more about this release in this post.
SuperTuxKart 1.2 is the latest update to the popular open source kart racer. We look at the new features, key changes, and show you where to download it.
Google plan to add Steam gaming support to future Chromebooks using a new Ubuntu-based virtual machine layer developed with the codename "Borealis".
Rocket League is dropping official support for Linux and macOS. Psyonix shared the news in a short statement posted on their website.
SuperTuxKart 1.1 is available to download. The open source kart racing games gains better online multiplayer, a new arena, and beta release for iOS devices.
The Life is Strange 2 Linux port is now available to buy on Steam and other game stores. Linux and macOS builds are handled by Feral Interactive.