The best Humble Indie Bundle ever compiled has arrived yesterday, raising the Linux gaming experience once again. All the games are cross platform, you can pay whatever you want and help charity with your purchase.
Harvest is an award winning strategy game by the Indie games developer Oxeye studios. The game was initially released in 2008 but a port to the Linux platform was made available a few weeks ago. Harvest never got the attention it deserves, especially in the Linux gaming world where such good games are rare.
While I was downloading the point n click adventure game called Lilly Looking Through, I checked the people behind this independent project and saw a guy who worked for the Myst series, an animator and a music composer.
It’s a plane…It’s a boat…It’s a truck…It’s Rigs of Rods! Rigs of Rods is one of the best open source simulation projects in existence, with thousands of fans and contributors around the world. The project started as a truck simulator, but evolved into being an advanced physics sandbox. Rigs of Rods gives you the opportunity […]
With only a month away from Euro 2012, things are starting to get extra hot for football fans. While sports is the Linux gaming category with the biggest shortage, there are some fun projects that can offer amusement and fun to Linux users. On this article we will check out the best available football games […]
A new Humble Indie Bundle is out and this time it is quite adventurous! The games included are the well known from the past Machinarium and Samorost 2, plus the new Amanita design studios creation named Botanicula. Those of you who will pay more than the average, will get the movie Kooky directed by Jan Sverak, and the magnificent Windosill – a point and click puzzle game with […]
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