Please is an interactive experience that will stick in your mind. And doesn't take too long to complete.
Looking for something interesting during this year's Steam Summer Sale? Check out a few of these picks.
Both Proton and DXVK have gotten a few updates today, just in time for the Summer Sale.
Experience some amazing Unreal Engine 4 environments in Eagre Games' narrative adventure. Also in VR!
An item on your wishlist is on sale! It's official, the annual Steam Summer Sale has begun!
Canonical takes a small step back after last week's negative reactions to its decision regarding 32-bit.
Canonical has decided to fully drop 32-bit support. This means no official i386 packages in the package manager. Naturally Valve and Wine are not pleased with this decision.
Configure your gaming mouse's settings, like DPI, directly in Linux using libratbag and Piper.
Some thoughts on the closed beta for Dota Underlords that launched last week. Open beta should be available this week.
Development continues on the fast-paced arcade puzzle game Magical Prisma. A new minor update is now available.
It's the RPG edition of 'What to play weekend' today will deals on classic CRPGs, action RPGs, and adventure games.
Valve's version of the incredibly popular Dota 2 mod, Auto Chess, it available for all Dota 2 Battle Pass owners today.
The recently gone F2P MMO Albion Online has a +25% XP boost starting today.
Valve says a public beta of the new Steam library UI is "weeks away" and developers should start uploading assets.
Catch up on all the Linux games announced and discussed during the PC Gaming show at E3 2019.
The self-described reverse horror game, CARRION, was announced during Devolver Digital's strange press conference.
MS buys Double Fine, new Psychonauts 2 and Wasteland 3 trailers, and a beautiful indie ship-building game.
The fine folks at SteamDB have uncovered a potential leak of the new Steam library UI, found inside the Perfect World launcher for CS:GO.
E3 is upon us once again. Here is a list of what I hope to see this year at E3 for Linux.
Dive, dive, dive! Keep your submarine running smoothly as you explore a strange planet in the sim, management game Barotrauma.
Work continues on Valve's Windows compatibility layer, Proton. The latest updates includes improvements to DXVK and FAudio patches.
There are a few deals to be had this week. Mostly from publishers discounting their games in preparation for sequels.
During today's Stadia livestream Google finally dropped all the info about the launch lineup and pricing of its new game streaming platform.
Rev up those RT cores for Nvidia's redux of Quake II with upgraded visuals using ray tracing technologies available in newer Nvidia cards.
Rocket League has released details for its '80s themed 'Radical Summer' event. The 9-week event starts on June 10th.
It's patch day at Paradox as Stellaris receives a new update and Ancient Relics paid DLC.
Power up those PPCs! Mech combat is moving to a new urban landscape in the next BATTLETECH DLC.
Make your Steam Link on Raspberry Pi truly plug and play by configuring a systemd service.
The Google Summer of Code for 2019 is officially underway and students are coding away at their projects. Godot has a few interesting projects from some bright students.
The SteamWorld series takes on the genre of deck-building RPG in this new release. Linux is supported on day one.
Celeste developers says that the upcoming Chapter 9 free DLC will have over 100 screens. This puts it roughly on par with the final chapter of the base game.