Tagged:  news

By Ultimoore, December 23, 2013 3 Amd Ati

Great work, Columbo. Well as of right now I am still waiting for my final 5 parts for my ARCH gamebox. So I wanted to see what was new on the AMD front. I knew that the beta was going on but I didn’t think it would get pushed to “Stable” so quickly (as of DEC 19th, 2013). Needless to say I had to snoop… Read More »

By RootGamer, December 20, 2013 0 Interview, News, Oddworld: New-n-Tasty

Stewart Gilray, CEO of Just Add Water sat down with Derk Klomp to talk about Oddworld: New-n-tasty and his thoughts about Linux gaming and the Linux release plans for the game. Oddworld: New-n-Tasty is a next gen remake of Oddworld: Abe’s Odysee but unlike most remakes Just Add Water wants to make this enjoyable for not only newcomers to Abe’s universe but also veteran gamers… Read More »

By Ultimoore, December 8, 2013 0 All The World

Ok Ren’Py my friends has now over 600 titles if you have never heard of Ren’Py well here is some info to snack on. Ren’Py is a visual novel engine that helps developers use words, images, and audio to tell stories with a PC. These can be both visual novels and life simulation games. Many stories have been told through this game engine, more often… Read More »

By RootGamer, December 4, 2013 0 News, Steam

The Linux Foundation announced Valve and others new members: “The newest Linux Foundation members are open source endeavors as well as established industry leaders. Companies from diverse markets, such as gaming, cloud computing and virtualization are seeing the value of Linux and collaborative development to put them out in front of competitors.“ Mike Woster, chief operating officer of The Linux Foundation Our membership continues to grow as… Read More »

By Ultimoore, November 26, 2013 0 Linux Game Awards, News

I have a Dream. Well as advertised on Linux gaming reddit Rootgamer, Freegamer and Linux Game Database are working together to give the power to vote for your favourite Open Source Game of the month. You know why? Because we want to that is why. Open source projects don’t have the money like commercial games to advertise and plus this is our way (as Linux… Read More »

By Ultimoore, November 12, 2013 1 Joe Danger, News

I was checking out SteamDB to see if there was any recent updates to a few games and noticed a game called “Joe Danger”. So I clicked steam store page link and began watching the games trailer. This looks pretty good, mind you I need to play it first to get a real opinion. But I would definitely play this. here is a description from… Read More »

By Ultimoore, October 20, 2013 5 Contest, Giveaway

Well the dust is settled and time for that moment all of you have been waiting for. But I wanted to say this contest was great. Alot of people came in and gave it their all, and some not so much. It was great to read some of your answers. I will tell you right now “Mark Wahlberg and the Funky Bunch” is not the… Read More »

By Ultimoore, October 10, 2013 2 News, Nuclear Dawn, Steam

Well for those of us fans who have been waiting ever so patiently for an announcement about Nuclear Dawn on Linux wait no more. Interwave Studios has given a update on the Linux Development of Nuclear Dawn. Today on their steam group announcement page they post this message to their Linux fans. This message was posted by Team member Viper: Good news for all you… Read More »

By Ultimoore, September 27, 2013 2 News, Valyria Tear

Valyria Tear is a personal favourite FOSS JRPG of mine, the game is made by Yohann Ferreira a friend of mine and I have been following this project for quite some time. Yohann has also contributed to other projects such as Children of Solarus and Mana. His labour of love is Valyria Tear. Each release of Valyria Tear adds something special like bug fixes , improved gameplay, more monsters and more story.

By Kereltis, September 5, 2013 1 0 A.D., Crowd funding, News

0 A.D. is a free, open source, real time strategy game set in the ancient world and the developers are in need of your help.   About In the spirit of the classics 0 A.D. is similar in style to the Age of Empires series. As a player you’ll take control of one the many ancient civilizations and battle it out either against the computer… Read More »

By Ultimoore, September 1, 2013 0 Interview, News, Pulsar: Lost Colony

Pulsar: Lost Colony I was on IndieDB.com checking out the latest news on some Indie games coming to Linux. I saw a lot of interesting development on a lot of projects. I came across one project that not only concept but updates that blew me away. I am talking about Pulsar: Lost Colony. I had seen their latest vlog on their work with the Oculus… Read More »

By Ultimoore, August 31, 2013 0 Awesomenauts, Crowd funding, Kickstarter, Report

Hey guys it is Ultimoore again, I wanted to talk about Awesomenauts: Starstorm Kickstarter because I love Awesomenauts and thought showing off what Ronimo Games have planed to this future DLC for the amazing game known only as, THE AWESOMENAUTS!! For those who don’t know: Awesomenauts is a MOBA and an accessible 3-on-3 action plat-former. Head out to the online battlefields together with your friends… Read More »

By RootGamer, July 11, 2013 0 News, Teslagrad

Teslagrad is a non-linear adventure with hand-drawn animations and an undisguised inclination towards magnetism and other electromagnetic forces. Developer Rain-Games ask the Linux gamer for support and test ‘Teslagrad‘

By RootGamer, July 9, 2013 0 News, Steam, Steam skin manager

Valve released a new update for the steam client, adding support for 64-bit Linux games, updated to SDL 2.0 rc, the multimedia library was also used to port the UnrealEngine to linux with Dungeon Defenders and some annoying bugs with Big Picture have been resolved with the update.

By RootGamer, February 1, 2013 1 News, Psychonauts

You can now purchase ‘Psychonauts‘ and others, DRM-free and cross-platform on the new Double Fine’s webshop. Payment can be made using Paypal, Amazon or Google Wallet.