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Emulating DS games with DesmuMe| Nintendo emulator for Linux

DesmuME is a popular open source Nintendo DS emulator for the Linux, Windows...

Wildfire Games Launches 0 A.D. Alpha version 5

Players of the cross-platform, open source, real-time strategy game, '0 A.D.' can look forward to a whole range of new features, as the...

Coming soon Linux Wasteland 2 to Linux

Linux Games are going main stream now. Wasteland 2 follows the greatly successful 1988 version of the role playing game, by the same name....

Discover the Physics of Gaming on Trine

Trine is a familiar Alternative Games (for Linux) release as part of the Humble Indie Bundle (third). An original FrozenByte product, it is for...

The Journey Down: Chapter One | Friday Game

From time to time, there are magnificent games that hit the Desura store and no one seems to care much (at least not as...

6 Games Coming to Steam for Linux

Where are my Linux gaming guys? I got some good news for you. Very, very good news! Prepare to play six new games on...

WINE 1.6 Has Been Released! PPA Ubuntu 13.04 and Linux Mint...

Wine 1.6 has been released. According to the announcement, the new release is a result of 16 months of development efforts and comes with...

Botanicula | Friday Game

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...

FlightGear 2.6.0 has been released!| flight simulator

The FlightGear 2.6.0 has been released.  The new released version contain a number of new features, improvements and bugfixes. according to the announcement, "the...

Evolution RTS Game Will Be Released For Free On Steam For...

The Evolution RTS free open source game will arrive on Steam for linux very soon due to the large number of votes it received...

Third Humble Bundle Arrives, 'Frozenbyte' Edition

The team behind last December's successful Humble Indie Bundle 2  have launched yet another bundle, but this time it's comprised entirely of games by...

Improve your singing, piano, guitar skills with Performous

Do you like dancing, singing, playing guitar, piano..? Performous is an opensource software that make you improve your skills and have fun at the...

A Linux Based Console. Coming Soon.

Well that title is not entirely true. But wouldn't it be great if it were. There's a keen market just...

Native Linux (steam) half-life and counter-strike arrive

The beta release of Half-life1 and Counter Strike 1.6 are now available for Linux, thanks to Valve. An OS X version is also available...

New Games got Greenlit on Linux by Steam Today!

That means that the Steam community has shown...

Trine 2 – Preview

Trine 2 is the continuation of the magnificent side-scrolling puzzle platform adventure game named Trine. This game is one of the best games that you'll...

5 Cybersecurity Tips to Help Linux Users Protect Their Computers

Cybercrime is a  growing threat that has caused most internet users to rethink how they protect their data and information. Cybercriminals are getting more...

Compete in Rigs of Rods Multiplayer!

Rigs of Rods is one of the most amazing open source simulation projects that we reviewed a while ago. It is distinguished for its...

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