Anyone remember Ubuntu Gamer? It was a spin-off blog we launched way before Steam for Linux was a thing. Oops! But hey, here's something related…
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.
Linux kernel 5.16 features a wealth of gaming related improvements, including support for FUTEX2 and drivers for the Nintendo Joy Cons and Pro controller.
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.
A new version of famed FOSS racing game SuperTuxKart is nearing release, with a release candidate build now available to download.
For a powerful Linux gaming laptop look no further than the new Slimbook Titan. It's specs leave other Linux laptops in the dust, as you're about to see…
Dig the look of the Nintendo Switch but prefer gaming on Linux? Meet the ODroid Go Super, an $80 ARM-powered games console that runs Ubuntu.
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.
A few readers have mailed in to ask me how to use Feral GameMode on Ubuntu. Problem is, when it comes to gaming I’m about as “current gen” as a Game Boy camera. Asking me […]
RetroArch is coming to Steam on July 30. The developers behind the famed open-source libretro frontend say the move will help them reach more gamers.
Google Stadia will launch in November, but gamers will need to buy a $129 Stadia Founders Pack to join the fun. We look at Stadia subscription cost & launch.
Stadia, a brand new game streaming service from Google, has been revealed — and it's powered by Linux and open source technology.