Rev up those point-and-click engines, ScummVM version 2.2.0 "Interactive Fantasy" brings support for several new titles including: Colossal Cave Adventure and Ultima IV through VIII.
September was a big month for Linux games so we've compiled a list of notable releases for the month.
Just like its enemies, Left 4 Dead 2 lives on with a massive update created entirely by the community.
The codebases for both Amnesia: The Dark Descent and A Machine for Pigs are now available on GitHub under the GPLv3 license.
Explore ancient caverns and put your circuits knowledge to the test in this difficult 3D puzzler.
vkd3d version 1.2 is here, nearly two years after the previous release. This update adds more D3D12 features and a separate shader library.
Rust is a powerful programming language with an emphasis on performance and correctness. But can it dethrone C++ in the games world? Well rg3d is certainly making an attempt.
If you were one of the lucky few to order an RTX 3080 then you'll be happy to know that NVIDIA has just released a beta driver with support for your new graphics card.
Beamdog continues to work on improving their enhanced edition of the classic RPG, Neverwinter Nights. The latest patch 8193.15 is a biggie and features a new lighting engine.
One of the most realistic flight simulators out there, X-Plane 11.50 runs natively on Linux and has been upgraded with a Vulkan renderer, bringing some much-welcome performance improvements.