The NexDock 2 has hit Kickstarter. The goal? To deliver a 13.1-inch laptop shell, NexDock lets you use your Android smartphone or Raspberry Pi as a laptop.
Script Kiddies is a hacking game looking to create just as much fun as open source tools and assets for the community.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted here, but some of you may remember me for my short lived “Download of the Week” article while I was working at Canonical. Others may remember me for […]
Two years after a successful Kickstarter campaign, indie developers Cardboard Computer offer a magical realist journey in Kentucky Route Zero.
The Linux gaming scene appears to be moving along faster than Sonic the Hedgehog strapped to the roof of a SuperTux Kart. With so many developments, updates, releases, ports and Kickstarter projects being announced it's hard for me to keep up. So, from the last week or so alone, here is a bite-size rundown of the more notable gaming news on Linux that I didn't get around to mentioning...
The funding drive to bring innovative puzzle game 'In The Dark' to fruition ended unsuccessfully last night.
With 59 hours to go, indie game 'In the Dark' is almost at the half-way stage of its funding target. The developers, Escapement Studios, are seeking $10, 000 to fund development of the game which includes ports for Linux and Android. The deadline for their goal is August 26th.
Novacut's recent success on Kickstarter has kickstarted an influx of Linux-based projects contacting us for coverage of their money-drives on the service. One that caught our eye was 'In The Dark' by Escapement Studios.
Novacut, the open source project aiming be the world's first collaborative video editor has reached its last week on crowd funding site Kickstarter - but they're still a long way off their goal of $25,000 in funding. As OMG! Ubuntu! editor Akshat Jain wrote earlier this month, "OS X and Windows users always had no shortage of pro video editors but Linux never had such privilege. Novacut project aims to bring a pro video editor to Linux that is 100% free and open source right down to every single detail."
Novacut have shown off two new UI prototypes for their real-time collaborative video editor.
Open-source professional video editor Novacut launched its kickstarter campaign last week. Independent filmmakers Arin Crumley and Christie Strong have posted a short video talking about it.
OS X and Windows users always had no shortage of pro video editors but Linux never had such privilege. Novacut project aims to bring a pro video editor to Linux that is 100% free and open source right down to every single detail.