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Check out the latest news from the world of Linux gaming, including game reviews and news on Steam for Linux.

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Minecraft: Story Mode for Linux is ‘Ready for Release’ — So Where Is It?

if you've been patiently camped down a well-dug hole waiting for word on when Minecraft: Story Mode for Linux will be released, we've some news…

4 September 2017

And Now for Something Completely Different: Broforce

Gearing up for PAX in less than 24 hours – I found myself locking and loading camera equipment like a guerrilla force heading out for battle. That makes the pure OVER9000 of “Broforce” quite an adventure of […]

31 August 2017

Gaming Spotlight: Infinifactory

Nixie Pixel shines a spotlight on Infinifactory, a brain-addling puzzle game from Zachtronics and available to play on Linux.

30 August 2017
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4 Frightful Linux Games on Offer in the Humble Spooky Horror Bundle

Boo — there’s an all-new Humble Bundle out on the prowl, and this one is a total scream! The latest incarnation of everyone’s favourite gaming bundle is trick o’ treating with eight horrific highlights in […]

22 August 2017
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PS4 Controller Battery Level Extension for the GNOME Desktop

Using a DualShock 4 controller on Ubuntu? If so, you may find the following new GNOME extension a handy thing to have around. It’s called ‘Dual Shock 4 battery percentage’ and, in an unexpected and […]

21 August 2017

‘0 A.D.’ Alpha 22 Released, Here’s How to Install it on Ubuntu

A new alpha release of historic real-time strategy game 0 A.D. is available to download. The ancient warfare game has been in continual development since 2002, but only became an open-source project in 2009. Following its shift to an […]

27 July 2017
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Can’t Create Desktop Shortcuts to Steam Games on Linux? You’re Not Alone…

Having issues trying to create a desktop shortcut for a Steam game on Linux? Well, you can seek some solace in the fact that you're not alone.

26 July 2017
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GNOME Games 3.26 Snags Some Serious Power Ups

The GNOME Games apps one of my favourite core GNOME apps, so I'm stoked to learn it's getting a big power up for its next stable release due in September.

19 July 2017
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Micro Machines: World Series Arrives on Steam with Day-One Linux Support

Micro Machines: World Series has steered on to Steam with day-one Linux support. This modern entry in the Micro Machines franchise features plenty of action.

30 June 2017

Asinine, Yet Oddly Addictive, Game ‘Pin Town’ is Now Available on Ubuntu

“Joey, you’re going to love this” the e-mail began, emphasis very much theirs, and very much over-hyping what was to follow! “A really great mobile game called Pin Town is now available on Ubuntu on […]

13 June 2017
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‘Micro Machines World Series’ Is Coming to Linux (Updated)

It looks like 'Micro Machines World Series' could be about to career on to Linux.

30 May 2017
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80s-inspired Arcade Racer ‘Neon Drive’ Speeds Into Latest Humble Indie Bundle

Put wayfarers on and push play on the nearest ghetto blaster for 80s themed arcade game Neon Drive has sped into the Humble Indie Bundle 18. Pitched as “a slick retro-futuristic obstacle-dodging game that will make your […]

25 May 2017