Warsow is a first person arena shooter that is based on Quake II, but is heavily modified and evolved. The development of the project started in the summer of 2005, and a few days ago the game reached version 1.0!
Hackwork is sort of what you’d get if you would combine Oil Rush, Atom Zombie Smasher and Uplink. It is a simply designed, but very addictive 3D real time strategy where you are in the role of a hacker who wants to take full control of a given network.
It’s been almost a year since the creator of Heroes of Newerth, S2 Games decided to make the game free-to-play with some restrictions, and linux gamers got the chance to play this wonderful dota clone without spending a penny.
OpenBVE is a free and open source train simulator that begun development three years ago and has just released a new exciting version! The game is designed to be backwards compatible with BVE Trainsim routes and cabin interiors.
Sintel game is a video game adaption of the Blender’s Foundation 3rd open film named Sintel. The movie is about the young huntress Sintel and a dragon she called Scales. If you haven’t watched the short film yet, why don’t you do it now?
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 […]
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 […]
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).
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”…