Reviews of popular Linux software, games and services.
Ubuntu remains the most popular Linux distribution available, and if this latest beta is anything to go by, it's clear to see why.
Light years ahead of the competition is Solar Flux – one of finest physics-based puzzle games I've played in a long time, now on Linux.
We go hands on with ZaReason's latest gaming rig for space-conscious Linux gamers.
With 13.10 hot off the presses, you might be hankering to show some friends what they're missing out on, and Instant Ubuntu is exactly what it says on the tin: a fast introduction to Ubuntu.
Ten months on from its initial reveal to the world, the first stable version of Ubuntu Touch for phones has been released for "developers and industry partners".
Whether you’re looking for laid back platforming or artistic verve, indie title FEZ is bound to gain new fans in its Linux debut. Playing as an unidentifiable creature named Gomez, your goal is to find […]
From the makers of Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Dear Esther comes the next title in the Amnesia series: A Machine for Pigs.
Still unsure whether Double Fine’s Humble Bundle is worth the money and bandwidth? With only six days left to claim your copies, we go hands-on with every game to help you decide…
Copy, a relatively new entry into the 'cloud storage' service arena - but is it any good? We give it a quick glance over...
Take a typical tower defence format, throw in some home-made visuals, and add a bevvy of BB pellets. What do you get? You get a stonker of a game, that’s what! Meet War in a Box: […]
Two years after a successful Kickstarter campaign, indie developers Cardboard Computer offer a magical realist journey in Kentucky Route Zero.
Behind the simplistic-seeming game-play and cutesy 2D graphics lays a game mechanic packed with enough fraught potential to put your PC's well-being in jeopardy from a flailing frustrated fist...