It’s been some time since we featured a puzzle “Friday Game” so I decided to present to you Puzzle Moppet this week. This game was “opened” recently and is now available free of price due to the lack of sales and interest in the game. Is Puzzle Moppet a game that simply sucks, or is it […]
Reading the articles about Blizzard banning Linux users for using wine and not giving a refund made me think that the main problem once again, is the number of users using wine to play Diablo III. If the percentage was 15% for example, Blizzard would never ban them because they would love to keep them […]
After the positive feedback that we got for our interview with Martin Hussemann of NetBSD, we decided to reach out and meet people from all the major BSD projects this summer. We continue on that context with Dru Lavigne of the most popular BSD system. Enjoy…
Urban Terror is a free multiplayer-only first person shooter based on Quake III Arena. The game is not open-source but it is free to play and maybe the best of its kind available for the Linux platform. Urban Terror has a big community of gamers behind it who organize 2 on 2 and 5 vs […]
Great news for everyone that uses the most promising music player available for the Linux platform, as the Tomahawk developers announced a few days ago the availability of version 0.5 + a small bugfix 0.5.1 release.
From time to time, there are magnificent games that hit the Desura store and no one seems to care much (at least not as much as people care when Ubuntu’s software center is enriched with an already available flash game from EA).
GNU/Linux is the greatest global and collaborative effort in the history of computers. Everyone should be able to use it, and to help in the development of it no matter what disabilities or special abilities one has. This week we talk with Mobeen Iqbal from Vinux Project, who gives us an insight on how a […]
As Amanita Design has already done with its previous games, they released a web demo of Botanicula, their latest point and click exploration adventure game that debuted a while ago through another Humble Indie Bundle.
Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs is going to be the second episode of the Amnesia horror adventure series. The game is expected to be out this Halloween, and Frictional Games has released a teaser trailer video to make our waiting and expectations more “established”…
When LIMBO became a part of the Linux gaming world through the latest Humble Indie Bundle, I knew I should take the journey right away. This game has won over 90 awards, and many gamers of all platforms consider it to be the best indie game ever. Time to have a more extensive look on […]