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Colin is a data analyst that likes to talk about Linux, games, and Linux gaming.

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Thumbnail for post: Dota 2's biggest tournament - The International - is postponed

Dota 2's biggest tournament - The International - is postponed

By Colin L., 2020-05-01 00:20:14

The International is the highlight of the Dota 2 events calendar, bringing together the best teams from around the world. Valve has announced today that it is postponed, likely until 2021.

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Terraria bringing community-made tModLoader to Steam as DLC

By Colin L., 2020-04-30 07:29:06

With Terraria: Journey's End fast approaching, Re-Logic has another surprise. The community project tModLoader is being brought to Steam to make playing mods easier in Terraria.

Thumbnail for post: Proton 5.0-7 release candidate is available on Steam for testing

Proton 5.0-7 release candidate is available on Steam for testing

By Colin L., 2020-04-29 13:18:32

Help regression test the next version of Valve's Proton v5.0-7 by opting into the build from within the Steam client.

Thumbnail for post: Google releases battle royale PUGB as next free to play Stadia Pro title

Google releases battle royale PUGB as next free to play Stadia Pro title

By Colin L., 2020-04-28 19:18:53

During today's Stadia Connect event, Google announced several new releases and upcoming titles for the Stadia platform. Starting today, PUBG is free to play with Stadia Pro.

Thumbnail for post: Devilishly difficult puzzle game Filament is comfy fun

Devilishly difficult puzzle game Filament is comfy fun

By Colin L., 2020-04-23 18:04:12

Discover what happened aboard The Alabaster, one of The Filament Corporation’s flagship research vessels, while solving extremely challenging puzzles in Filament.

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Valve unveils more upcoming changes to Artifact's rework

By Colin L., 2020-04-21 14:29:58

Today Valve has unveiled some further rework changes to Artifact, their less-than-successful card game. Progression mechanics are high on the list of quality-of-life features.

Thumbnail for post: Explore and craft to survive in Aground - out now

Explore and craft to survive in Aground - out now

By Colin L., 2020-04-18 11:49:09

The crafting and survival game Aground has left early access and is out now on Steam. Stranded on a mysterious island with a few remaining survivors, progress is made through exploration and building.

Thumbnail for post: What to play - April the 18th weekend

What to play - April the 18th weekend

By Colin L., 2020-04-16 18:31:58

Cure your boredom with a few of these titles. Discounts and free weekends galore as Warhammer and Northgard lead the pack!

Thumbnail for post: Indie RPG Indivisible gets 4-player coop and NG+

Indie RPG Indivisible gets 4-player coop and NG+

By Colin L., 2020-04-15 20:17:50

Lab Zero Games has just updated their RPG Indivisible with couch co-op and a new game plus feature. Co-op players can control both in and out of battle.

Thumbnail for post: Linux Game Network turns 1 year old

Linux Game Network turns 1 year old

By Colin L., 2020-04-15 20:17:40

It's been 1 year since the first post Linux Game Network. Thank you to all the readers that took the time to stop by the website. Come celebrate in Minecraft this weekend!

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