Gamescom, Germany's biggest gaming tradeshow and convention, is well underway this week. I had a chance to wander the show floor this year and look for a few games that might interest Linux users.
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Instead of splitting off the Linux version of Rust from Mac/Windows, Garry Newman and Facepunch have decided to cancel it entirely and are offering refunds for those affected.
The biggest Dota 2 esport event of the year has officially kicked off today in Shanghai, China. The main event begins on August 20th.
Formerly Ion Maiden, Ion Fury is a true homage to the retro shooters of the late '90s. Made using the original engine 'Build Engine' that powered Duke Nukem 3D.
Better late than never, Nvidia has now implemented official support for allocating specific applications to the discrete GPU. Saving power by only using it when needed.
This follow-up to the original Anodyne combines retro 2D and 3D gameplay.
The popular no-frills desktop environment gets its first major release in over 4 years.
A tough pixel platformer with a banging soundtrack that will keep you busy for a while. The base game is also free.