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Valve Furthers Linux Commitment, Officially Joins Linux Foundation

Valve Furthers Linux Commitment, Officially Joins Linux Foundation

Do you take this platform, the have and to hold, for as long as you both shall live? Yes! While Valve has been tinkering away at SteamOS, and the Steam distribution platform for Linux, Gabe Newell and company have been busy cementing an important relationship.  Valve has officially joined The Linux Foundation.  Read about it

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RTS Nuclear Dawn Almost Certainly Coming To Linux

It has been confirmed that Nuclear Dawn, the RTS/FPS hybrid game from Interwave studios, is being courted for the Linux platform.  Courted by whom?  Valve.  The average and aging game, currently available for both Windows and Mac platforms, currently carries no support for Linux, but that will almost certainly change with the help of Valve. 

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Electronic Super Joy Gets Linux Early Access

So, what happens when Super Mario Bros. and Night At The Roxbury collide in outer space at the speed of light?  Electronic Super Joy happens.  Billed as a “brutally hard platformer set in a world of pulse-pounding electronic music”, Electronic Super Joy does not look to disappoint; delivering retro-platforming, and low-res graphics in the typical

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World of Goo Developer Debuts Little Inferno For Linux

Burning stuffed penguins in Linux Developer of the mega-successful casual strategy gem World of Goo is back, and this time they’ve brought Linux along for the first ride!  Tomorrow Corporation‘s much anticipated, already award-winning indie game Little Inferno is now available in the Humble Store, and we can’t wait to play it! So, what’s this

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Tennis Elbow 2013 Now Available For Linux

Linux?  Chances are you’ve never suffered from Tennis Elbow… If you’ve ever woken up in the morning with a hankering for a Tennis simulation on Linux, you’ve certainly been disappointed each time.  Until now, the only simulation we’ve ever heard of — and the only one Google has ever heard of — is Free Tennis. 

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Improve Linux Gaming Performance With FSGamer

Gaming on Linux Ever since the advent of Steam for Linux, performance issues have miffed gamers; especially those who are using Ubuntu’s Unity and are forced to use Compiz as their display compositor. Those issues have been combated in several ways. Nvidia and AMD have been ‘stepping up to the plate’ so to speak with

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