50% has been knocked off the price of Naval strategy game Oil Rush by online games distributer Gameolith. Previously costing $20, Oil Rush can be bought for just $9.99 (£6.29/€7.61) for the next 7 days.
Gameolith was, for a while at least, one of the primary places for Linux users to get hold of quality commercial games. But Gameolith isn't going to be Linux-only much longer.
The developers behind puzzle game Bobby have made the title free to download and play. Whilst the game is devilishly simple in theory - you, as a jet-pack powered hero called Bobby, have to knock bouncing balls into the spiralling vortex - it's a lot (read: much) harder in practice.
Linux game store Gameolith is continuing its range of winter goodies with a series of week-long deals running until January 1st 2012. Here are the titles available until Monday December 12th.
The fifth day of Linux Game Store Gameolith's winter sale sees 60% sliced off the price of two titles from indie games developer 'NooSkewl'. The double pack contains old-school-style RPG game 'Monster RPG 2' and addictive arcade game 'Bobby', and, for today only, can be purchased for $1.60.
Online Linux games store Gameolith is having a winter sale - and today's title knocks 50% off the price of retro-styled platformer VVVVVV.
The online Linux game download store Gameolith have launched two new sites for European and UK customers to purchase games in their own currencies.
Indie game studio Swing Swing Submarine are giving away 10 copies of their awesome game ‘Blocks that matter’ to Linux users. Blocks that Matter is a puzzle-platform game in which you play as a ‘Tetrobot’, […]
Hurry folks - if you're reading this before 10pm UK time (UTC+1 to other folk) you still have chance to blag a free copy of 'arcade-style dungeon-crawler' 'Cardinal Quest' from the awesome folks at Gameolith.
Linux users can get their paws on physic-based platform game BEEP ahead of its launch in the Ubuntu Software Centre through Gameolith.com - a new online store for games on Linux.