Vote for Linux games on GOG.COM
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 9, 2014
Hi guys, vote for best OS ...
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 1, 2012
Is it true that win8 "sucks" so bad that the owner of steam wants to bring it(steam) over to Linux?
Or should I ask if steam is coming to Linux?
Or should I ask if win8 really is that bad(I don't really care about MS to see for my self.)?
If all this is true
What does that mean for Linux?
And support for said systems?
Maybe I'm just too excited for this,
or just am able to see the inevitable future of the world eventually turning full face towards Linux in hope, and can't wait to see the reply.
LXer: 10 MustPlay linux games for 2012
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 16, 2012
Published at LXer:
Gaming on Linux? A few years ago this would only be said as a joke. Thankfully for us, linux gaming has evolved offering some mature open source games, as well as some very nice commercial games. Let’s try and find out what are the best 10 games a linux gamer must play this year…
LXer: Linux Games Participating in Independent Games Festival, 2012 (Part 1)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 24, 2011
Published at LXer:
The Independent Games Festival (IGF), an annual festival at the Game Developers Conference is the largest annual gathering of the indie video game industry. Linux games Minecraft, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Cobalt and Tiny and Big were finalist in last IGF with Minecraft being the grand prize winner. Amnesia and Minecraft together won 5 out of total 10 awards. Next Independent Games Festival will be held in March 2012 at San Francisco's Game Developers Conference. As many as 570 games have been submitted and many of them are our favorite Linux games. Lets have a look at these Linux games one by one.
Linux + Games + Game Engine
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 26, 2007
I have already stated, I converted to Linux by force, but that's not the point..
I would like to learn how to create a game engine. Before I do so, I would like to know which Linux OS would create/be the best environment to support this?
I love playing games. As a newbie, I understand that I can't insert a disc, install and start playing like under windows OS. I would like to know which Linux OS would create/be the best environment to support this?
I have noticed the program 'Cedega' being mentioned within posts that appear when the word 'Games' is used in 'search forum'. What's it's significance with Games? What does it do? How to use it?
Mega Games Pack For Linux Games
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 12, 2011
Beta Test now Available:
Source Code (RealStudio 2011):
Included Games (472):
20.000 Light Years Into Space
5Ball - A simple logic game
Abe's Amazing Adventure
Advanced Strategic Command
Alex the Allegator 4
Angry Drunken Dwarves
Battle for Wesnoth (1.8)
Beneath A Steel Sky
Blob Wars : Blob And Conquer
Blob Wars : Metal Blob Solid
Blobby Volley 2
Block Attack - Rise of the Blocks
Blocks Of The Unde
Stand alone Linux games?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 11, 2006
i have a simple Pentium 2 333mhz w/ slackware 11.
i would like to find some simple games to play on it.
I enjoy old dos adventure games. Anything out there for me?
anything free? Thanks guys.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 28, 2009
OK linux is not known as a gaming platform
BUT there are some out there and a few are pretty good
so what do you think are the best games for linux and where can they be gotten
the best I have found so far is gl-117 at http://www.heptargon.de/gl-117/gl-117.html
your can tweak the options to get better performance full screen at the highest resolution
preforms the best on my machine
List of upcoming commercial Linux games !
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 22, 2009
For the updated list visit :
In this thread I want to gather a list of upcoming commercial Linux games.
Why commercial ?
As you know free/open source is evolution therefore programs are never really finished, new versions being released every few months, so it will be very very hard to track and update every new game release - we have so many of those.
Games that are very likely to have a Linux client (pretty much confirmed)
01. Age Of the Decadence (A combat demo coming out soon)
02. The Broken Hourglass (Still in active development)
03. Disciples 2: Dark Prophecy (LGP haven't forgot about it).
04. Bandits: Phoenix Rising (LGP port)
05. Shadowgrounds Survivor (LGP port)
06. Unknown (after the excellent sells they had last week they will definitely make a Linux client).
07. Postal 3
09. Unreal Tournament 3 (Icculus is still porting it).
10. Heroes of Newerth (currently in closed beta, but wo
What native linux games are you playing currently?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 10, 2012
Over the past couple weeks, what native (non-wine) linux games have you been playing?
I've been checking out Torchlight, gearing up to play Amnesia, and trying to beat the last mission in Anomaly Warzone Earth (if I remember the title right).
What are you up to?
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