The latest Indie Royale Bundle has been running for a few days and whilst 4/5's of the game on offer aren't available for Linux one is - and it's one that's worth mentioning.
The desktop client digital game distribution service Desura has been open-sourced. The developer behind the move hopes that the initiative, which sees the project code named 'Desurium' and licensed under GPL v3, will 'allow the community to ...implement features and bug fixes faster and contribute this back into the [official] client to benefit all users.'
Recently, the fine folk here at OMG! Ubuntu! shared the news thatÂ Desura had been released for Linux. The gamer in me squeed with joy at the news. The adult in me bemoaned the lack of […]
Indie game store Desura’s Linux client is now publicly available for download. Over 65 games are currently available to purchase through the digital distribution service. Titles include Oil Rush, Steel Storm: Burning Retribution and Dreamscape. There are a handful of free titles […]
To help ease any curiosity you have about the first Linux beta of indie-gaming service Desura, Hungarian Ubuntu LoCo member Richard Somlói has put together a video showing off the client in Ubuntu. Click in to see it.
Linux users are one step closer to having a native version of indie-game store Desura with the recent launch of a closed beta client for the service.
Further progress on the Linux port of indie-game service 'Desura' has been shown off by Desura's Linux engineer Keith Poole.
The first screenshot of 'Steam' like indie game distribution service 'Desura' for Linux has been released.
Another fortnight, another exciting update from the folks running Project Bossanova. Project Bossanova have just now announced the results of the poll in an email to the mailing list, along with a partnership with game distributing company Desura, and also possibly most excitingly, a contest for indie developers to submit their games for potential sponsorship.