This one fits into both the distribution and the gaming categories. Sabayon Linux have released a new gaming dvd that contains a large number of pre-installed and ready to play open source favorites. Continue reading "Sabayon Linux 5.1 Gaming DVD released"
I have been using Linux for just over ten years now, and I have always had to have the whole dual-boot thing with Windows for my gaming addiction. With a lots of old information about Linux gaming, I thought that it would be nice to do an article about the Honest State of Gaming in Linux currently.
Hey I have been trying to get my domain "windshear-gaming.com" hosted on my own DNS Server. so the domain was purchased with namecheap and in their panel I created ns1 and ns2 and then pointed it to those name servers.
So, I'm having trouble installing Fedora 11 using the URL method. When I put in a F11 netinstall CD, or even Disc 1, I press tab on the first option and add "askmethod" to the end of the text. Each time I point the installer to my local FTP and press enter after typing in the FTP url, the installer just hangs there.
Wolfire Games sometimes posts very interesting and insightful GNU/Linux gaming related blog posts.
A few days ago David posted about The state of Mac and Linux gaming which shows a great future for GNU/Linux.
Saga Kingdoms is a revolutionary real time MMORTS, focusing on questing and empire building.
They say it’s what Star Craft 2 could have been (in terms of gameplay).
It will be free to play (as it seems from the rewards), but you can pay for additional content.
Currently the project managed to get ~$8,600 of the $100k goal ,with 29 days to go.
From past experiences it’s very hard to
Best strategy game, Cosmic Kingdoms is now available on Google Play!
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Now it’s time to build your own empire.
You'll face numerous enemy races across new environments and will be able to explore a vast universe with endless fleet! Select one of three races and lead your empire towards the space.
The legendary Mark Twain is said to have once observed, "If you don't like the weather in New England, just wait a few minutes," and much the same sentiment could just as well be applied to life here in the Linux world. To wit: Not so very long ago, gaming was held up as one of the big obstacles keeping PC users off of Linux and on Windows instead.