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Pseudoformview story

http://www.linuxgames.com – Portalized has been reborn as the new project Pseudoform. It is a community-driven collaboration project that aims to create an involving and brain-melting first-person puzzle-solving game. Pseudoform is now an open source project and the editor and source code are now available for download. video This post was submitted by Nemoder. (Software)

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Heroes of Newerth Keysview story

http://www.linuxgames.com – I have three invites to the Heroes of Newerth beta available still; first-come first-serve to the initial three commenters below. I haven’t played myself in a while, mainly due to a cross-country move, but also partially because I still haven’t gotten the hang of the game (I never played DoTA). To those in it, how [...] (Software)

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id Miscellanyview story

http://www.linuxgames.com – A few Quake Live-related items: Bethesda Blog interviewed id Software’s Marty Stratton about the genesis of the online shooter. One of the most requested features in QUAKE LIVE and something that I think would be at the core of any premium service, would be the ability to very easily and quickly start a private match (that only [...] (Software)

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Machinarium!view story

http://www.linuxgames.com – I feel silly, because I remember seeing Machinarium before this week and thinking it looked neat, but somehow assumed it didn’t have a Linux port. Well, I was clearly mistaken, as this IGF award winner for Excellence in Visual Art is available natively. Machinarium is a point-and-click adventure game (I can’t even remember the last [...] (Software)

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Aquaria for Linux Updateview story

http://www.linuxgames.com – SlickMcRunfast let us know that Linux porting superstar Ryan “icculus” Gordon is porting Aquaria for free, via the award-winning indie game’s forum: It’s all up to Ryan… he hasn’t updated me in a while. He’s doing it for free, so maybe some paying work came up and he’s been busy or something. (Software)

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Metallica Pinballview story

http://www.linuxgames.com – Here’s an offbeat project: Ars Technica pointed out a homebrew project to create a Metallica-themed pinball game. “We wanted the audio playback to be CD quality (44KHz 16bit stereo), and we wanted to be able to play a lot of different songs, so I chose an embedded Linux system to run the audio,” he explained. The [...] (Software)

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Graphics Driver Updatesview story

http://www.linuxgames.com – Both AMD and NVIDIA updated their graphics chipset drivers for Linux recently: ATI Display Driver 9.10 NVIDIA Display Driver 190.42 (Software)

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Skulltag 98aview story

http://www.linuxgames.com – Version 98a of the multiplayer DOOM source port Skulltag has been released; changes: Enhanced voting: Flooding is now protected against, it’s easier to kick players, and you can specify reasons for calling votes! Ignoring: You can now ignore any player’s chat commands. Better skins: You can delete any skin you don’t want, and the annoying skins are no [...] (Software)

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Linux Pays in Goo Saleview story

http://www.linuxgames.com – Indie developer 2D Boy have posted the final results from their World of Goo sale; surprisingly, Linux users made up 17% of the sales but paid, on average, at least a dollar more than Windows users: Congratulations to 2D Boy on the successful birthday sale! (Software)

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Free Mystic Mineview story

http://www.linuxgames.com – Koonsolo is giving away free copies of Mystic Mine (or a $19.95 Gift Card if you already bought the game). To get a chance at winning, all you have to do is become a fan or follow them on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube or Vimeo. Koonsolo explains: “Becoming a fan or following Koonsolo means a lot to [...] (Software)