Warsow 1.5 has been released with many significant updates and with a built-in HTTP server that serves UI AJAX queries. This version of Warsow contains improved default movements that make it easier for the new players to get confident with the game. But, this does not mean that the old school movement has been removed. […]
SteamOS is the new free operating system designed for the TV and the living room which will be available soon as a free stand-alone operating system for living room machines. I think SteamOS will be the perfect choice for gamers because it combines the rock-solid architecture of Linux with a gaming experience built for the […]
7124Posted September 24, 2013 by oltjano terpollari
Truth be told, Intel HD Graphics series is not for gaming purposes, especially when AMD provides a better solution for their Llano CPUs. However, all this seems to change (a little bit) when Intel Haswell CPUs hit the market’s shelf. The new Intel embedded-GPU codename: Iris
During the holiday season, we all tend to drop our usual work tasks and take some time out and spend more time gaming. I am guilty of this and have well and truly caught up on lost gaming time over the past couple of weeks.
Linux users continued desire for pure Linux version of Steam, is now met with the official beta version of Steam for Linux. There is definite indication that the native Linux client for Steam games is rapidly moving towards release as most of the Steam games are now including Linux system requirements. To add to the […]
I have played Prison Tycoon 3 and 4 in the past and I can say one thing: extra boring! I found myself doing completely the same things again and again, dealing with exactly the same or similar problems. Prisoners didn’t like me, didn’t like my officers and couldn’t stand each other and I was stuck with […]
Rigs of Rods is one of the most amazing open source simulation projects that we reviewed a while ago. It is distinguished for its vehicle plethora and the realism of the vehicles body movement and damage.
As one of Wolfire games developer/designer admitted today in the IRC, Receiver is about to come to Linux soon! The game uses the Unity game engine that debuted in Linux through Rochard and it seems that more and more games are about to come through that portal too.
Another pay-what-you-want indie games bundle has been released, bringing new exciting games to the thirsty Linux gamers community. The bundle includes 5 games + 1 for those who will pay above the average.