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Untold Universe, an indie MMO currently in development released today a blog post describing the game's concept and gameplay mechanics on the developers blog.
So, some see Unity3D as one of the saviours of Linux gaming along with Steam. I, however, have been thinking more on this recently, and feel that it could be dangerous, not just for Linux, but for Indie developers in general to be so heavily reliant on one game engine.
Game Dev Tycoon is a business simulation game that was developed by Greenheart Games. It was released on December 10, 2012 for Microsoft Windows, Windows RT, Mac OS X and Linux. The premise of the game is that you are starting your own video game development company in the 80s where the gaming industry initially started.
Last week, hundreds of game developers of all skill levels, from professional published developers through to people who've always dreamed of trying their hand at game development, dedicated 7 days to make first person games.
Limit Theory is a crowdfunded Space Sim whose universe is based around the concept of procedural content generation: nearly everything in LT, according to the developer words, will be computer generated (quests, solar systems, enemies, nebulas, etc.).
The latest and greatest WordPress, version 3.6, named Oscar is released with a new blog-centric theme, autosave and post locking options, native support for audio and video embeds and many other improvements for users and developers.