Ensign-1, a space combat game where players can board other ships, has been released on Desura (thanks onionman!): Ensign 1 is multiplayer space combat game that allows players to leave their ships on foot to commandeer turrets, and other starships. Players will also be able to purchase weapons, upgrades, and brand new ships.
Strike Suit Zero, a game developed by Born Ready Games, in which the player controls a combat suite, in space, will be arriving on Linux.The developers went to Kickstarter to fund their game and one of the goals they’ve set out was Linux support.
You might have already read about The KickStarter Indie Bundle which includes 9 games (some of which were kickstarter projects that didn’t reach their goal).
I’ve checked the games about the possibility of a GNU/Linux client, and 5 titles will support GNU/Linux :
Metagolf , Ensign-1 , Christmas Magic , TRI (possibly), Silversword 2 (the developers promised a GNU/Linux client if funded,
Jack Houston And The Necronauts kickstarter campaign was a success, however after the campaign was over the $10k backer backed down from his pledge leaving the campaign short by 2k from it’s goal.
Luckily they still managed to get most of the money (~54k) from Kickstarter/Amazon – but they still need to reach their goal.
“Why” you ask ?
If they managed to get only $12k mo
We've created a new sci-fi MMORTS - Novus AEterno, and launched a Kickstarter to polish it for our public release (it's already being played by Beta Testers) on Steam Q1 2014 (we already got approval and skipped Greenlight).
Novus AEterno combines empire building with tactical and strategic RTS combat.
Much awaited action role playing game Legends of Aethereus is now available to Linux users (Kickstarter backers). The game features a single player campaign, co-op and multiplayer modes, customization, crafting, PVE, PVP etc.
To claim your key, simply go http://aethereusgame.com/kickstarter/, submit your email address (the same one that you use for Kickstarter) and you will receive y
To say the Kickstarter campaign for the Ouya Gaming Console was successful would be a drastic understatement. They were able to rack up $8,596,475 and is probably one of the reasons why Google dropped the Nexus Q. While many people were able to grab one for as little as $95, you can still pre-order one for $109 with one controller in case you missed out or feeling buyer’s remorse.