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Giveaway: ‘Star Traders: 4X Empires’

4 days 22 hours ago by Kereltis on Rootgamer.com

Last month Trese Brothers - Brothers on a Mission - announced the Linux release of "Star Traders: 4X Empires" which is currently available on Steam. In 'Star Traders: 4X Empires' you take command of a rag-tag group of human refugees fleeing in the great Exodus, and must help them re-establish your galactic civilization, defend your fledgling colonies, and rediscover lost technologies.

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Edge Of Eternity Reaches 100K Funding!

4 days 22 hours ago by Kereltis on Rootgamer.com

They have done it once again, the Edge of Eternity Kickstarter campaign has reached $100,000! About 100K$! Yasunori Mitsuda is getting ready! That’s right, not only are we going to see a classic J-RPG, but it is now looking very likely with 21 days to go, that we’ll see a soundtrack written by the legendary, Yasunori Mitsuda. In 1995, he released his first masterpiece with... Read More »

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Gear Up

4 weeks 22 hours ago by TimeDoctor on LinuxGames.com

Doctor Entertainment’s multiplayer custom vehicular combat game, Gear Up is now out of Steam’s Early Access program. The game is free-to-play, though it lacks traditional micro transactions and instead has a basic and a premium version on offer that let you choose how many customization options you’d like to have on deck. The developer, Doctor […]

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Crimsonland Released

4 weeks 1 day ago by TimeDoctor on LinuxGames.com

Twin-stick shooter Crimsonland’s “thousands of aliens, giant spiders, and more are on the attack…” on Linux. Crimsonland was originally released in 2003, and this is the hugely updated version originally released early in June 2014. They had a few comments about the porting process in their announcement: We’ve also implemented gamepad support for all platforms […]

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Early Accessed: The Body Changer

1 month 4 days ago by TimeDoctor on LinuxGames.com

Developer TheShortAndTheTall have had their third-person action puzzler The Body Changer in Steam’s Early Access program and it’s now available for Linux. I had a chance to play it and it is interesting although I’m not sure how fitting the “metroidvania” description is as it seems the developers aren’t either. What it does do well […]

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Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered Released

1 month 5 days ago by TimeDoctor on LinuxGames.com

Aspyr is on a roll, and now they’re doing remasters. This time it’s Quantic Dream’s Fahrenheit. Or as I knew it here in the US, Indigo Prophecy. In addition to updating the graphics, and adding proper controller support, Aspyr has also decided to mash the names together with a colon. Fahrenheit is a weird adventure […]

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Grim Fandango Remastered Released

1 month 1 week ago by TimeDoctor on LinuxGames.com

It’s entirely possible that you were born after Tim Schafer’s adventure masterpiece, Grim Fandango, was originally released 17 years ago. If that’s the case, school sucks but here is some good news. Grim Fandango has been re-released with updated visuals, music, and the best part is that the tank controls are now entirely optional. Grim […]

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Dying Light Released

1 month 1 week ago by TimeDoctor on LinuxGames.com

The developer of Dead Island has brought out another Adjective Noun zombie slasher. This time it has a greater focus on parkour and we get our Linux version on release day. Dead Island was pretty great, hopefully this one is even better. Dying Light on Steam.

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Space Station 13 remake liberated!

1 month 2 weeks ago by Hythlodaeus on Free Gamer

Many of us know Space Station 13 as "that awesome game I never played". Along with games like Dorf Fortress it stands as one of the pinnacles of the gameplay philosophy of fun through massive amounts of diversity. Originally developed in one of the most broken and unupdated platforms ever imaginable, BYOND, fans of the game have been trying to develop a standalone remake of the game for...

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‘Heroes of Steel’ has arrived on Linux

1 month 2 weeks ago by RootGamer on Rootgamer.com

Heroes of Steel has arrived on Linux with the v3.1.15 update today. During our Greenlight project, due to the high interest from Linux gamers, we added a commitment to release on Linux. It has taken almost a year, but we’ve finally tackled this last platform. The Linux release includes all of the features, content and enhancements of the Windows and Mac releases, as well as... Read More »

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Edge of Eternity will hit Kickstarter again on Feb 15th 2015.

1 month 3 weeks ago by Ultimoore on Rootgamer.com

Midgar Studios has been very busy this past year. With games like Hover: Revolt of Gamers doing their backer alpha and getting that alpha ready for Steam Early Access release for everyone else including Linux gamers. It’s no suprise that they are coming back to Kickstarter to let hungry RPG lovers get their hands on Edge of Eternity. They posted today on their EoE.com blog... Read More »

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Galaxy Forces: Moon Lander Action!

1 month 3 weeks ago by Iwan Gabovitch on Free Gamer

Galaxy Forces...

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“Warhammer Quest” Just Released

1 month 3 weeks ago by Kereltis on Rootgamer.com

More good news today for Warhammer fans on Linux, “Warhammer Quest” now available on Steam! About Ok, so we don’t have DoW2 yet on Linux, but with the release of Space Hulk Ascension a few weeks ago and now Warhammer Quest which is based on the classic Games Workshop tabletop game, we now have some very decent games set in the Warhammer universe. I’ve been... Read More »

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“The Mims Beginning” Is About To Hit Steam

2 months 14 hours ago by Kereltis on Rootgamer.com

Worth waiting for? Hell yeah! I’ve been waiting for “The Mims Beginning” to release ever since trying the demo several months ago! About The Mims Beginning is a visually beautiful God like Indie title from Squatting Penguins . It is reminiscent of the classic “Populous the Beginning”. It’s a mixture of RTS, fantasy and adventure, set in a very unusual and graphically stunning world. The game was... Read More »

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Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth Released

2 months 2 weeks ago by TimeDoctor on LinuxGames.com

Sid Meier’s Civilization V gets a fresh coat of paint with Civilization: Beyond Earth, available now. A successor to Sid Meier’s Alpha Centauri in theme, this civilization from Aspyr and 2k switches from nations to factions and adds other sci-fi tropes. Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth on Steam.

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War Thunder 1.45 Update Is Here

2 months 2 weeks ago by Kereltis on Rootgamer.com

Here come the Yanks! That’s right, version 1.45 is the update for US tank lovers! About War Thunder’s 1.45 update is a massive one bringing us new US tanks, new locations and new missions. Damage models have also been updated and damage done to vehicles is now much more realistic, when a planes wing is shot off it will break where it was shot as... Read More »

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Godot Winter Game Jam

2 months 2 weeks ago by Iwan Gabovitch on Free Gamer

Godot winter iconA game dev jam to create a winter-themed open source game was community-initiated at the Godot forums. The (vote-determined) winner will get a budget of USD 50 to have donated to an open source project of their choice.What is Godot?...

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Strife: Veteran Edition

2 months 3 weeks ago by Hythlodaeus on Free Gamer

Just in case you can stand having Steam DRM installed in your system, I recommend taking a look at Strife: Veteran Edition. Strife is a Shooter/RPG based on the Doom Engine and dating back to 1996. The developers for this new remake had the wits and sensibility to use the Chocolate Doom engine as the main code base, which is, of course 100% licensed under the GPL. With so many top quality Free Software engine remakes around here,...

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Oculus acquires former Kinect developers

2 months 3 weeks ago by RootGamer on Rootgamer.com

The creaters of virtual reality headsets Oculus has taken over former developers of Kinect, who worked on the observation of hand movements with the Oculus Rift. Oculus has also acquired a company that specializes in the sketches of 3D models. Oculus acquires the company Nimble VR presumably because the developers and the product Nimble Sense. That is a device with a camera, and a depth sensor... Read More »

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AMD Release New “Omega” Linux Driver

2 months 3 weeks ago by Kereltis on Rootgamer.com

AMD Catalyst™ OMEGA Proprietary Linux Graphics Driver Release Notes  This release note provides information on the latest posting of AMD’s Proprietary Linux Graphics Driver. This particular driver updates the Software version to 14.501.1003 The AMD Linux release notes provide information on the following: AMD Product Compatibility Linux Distributions Supported System Requirements System Recommendations New Features Resolved Issues AMD Product Compatibility: The AMD Catalyst Proprietary Linux... Read More »

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I just pre-ordered The Talos Principle, you should do the same

2 months 3 weeks ago by TimeDoctor on LinuxGames.com

Oakland, CA – After playing the entire talos principle “public test” (a free downloadable version with limited content) TimeDoctor made the decision today to pre-order Serious Sam developer Croteam’s soon-to-be-released The Talos Principle. Said TimeDoctor: “It seems pretty cool, you know? It was kind of like Portal with the puzzles, but then they changed it […]

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Elegy for a Dead World Launches

2 months 3 weeks ago by TimeDoctor on LinuxGames.com

Sci-Fi storytelling game, Elegy for a Dead World has been released from Dejobaan Games, makers of such fine games as AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome and Drunken Robot Pornography. Elegy tasks you with visiting dead planets and writing about them. You’ll be able to share and read fictionalized stories made in the game. Elegy for a Dead […]

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