Tag Archives: games
The 13th alpha release of the most exciting open source real time strategy game is out!
When Stunt Rally project initiated I was very skeptical about it. How can a fork of VDrift which is under extra-heavy development be stable and successful in any way? As new versions of Stunt Rally become available, I gradually rescind my negative thoughts about the project and actually already enjoy this racing game a lot!
Cube was one of the very few FPS games available for linux many years ago. Although it had an active community around it, things didn’t go well and Cube was never seriously developed and updated. Things have now changed and Cube 2 was released a few days ago bringing tons of improvements compared to the [...]
As Fedora is one of the “pure Gnome” distributions, it is very possible that it concerns a large part of our readers so here are some good gaming news for you! Mumble RPMs can help you with the popular Humble Indie Bundle game collections that don’t include an rpm package, thus not integrating well under [...]
Linux gaming has acquired bigger dimensions lately, after the active involvement of well known commercial games developing studios and other independent efforts, but we should not forget to support the great selection of open source games that Gnome users can enjoy!
Take part on the first ever contest by woGue, and win a free copy of the Linux Games Publishing Sacred Gold RPG game! Sacred Gold was initially released in 2004 for Windows and was ported to Linux by LGP in 2009. Lately it became the newest member of Desura Linux game list, and you now [...]
Playing poker under Gnome is a relatively hard situation. There are almost no GTK poker clients, and those who are lack many things. The good news is that we can use the Qt based PokerTH just fine! PokerTH has been around for 6 years now making it a mature application that keeps the poker linux [...]
The Gnome Games package didn’t receive a ton of love and development since version 3.4 was released, but some changes, improvements, fixes and additions did happen apparently. Let’s take a look on the small changes that we should be expecting to see in a few months, concerning this small official part of the Gnome desktop [...]
GNOME’s brain teaser game is a great way to kill some free time and train your mind at the same time. It includes many mini puzzles and tests that will challenge your short term memory, logic, verbal aptitude and mental calculation skills. gbrainy is suitable for every age and skills category, since it can be [...]
GNOME’s Mahjongg is an one player matching game that is based on the ancient Chinese 4-player game Mahjong. The Mahjong Solitare games family has been available on computers since 1981, and is to be found in every platform and device nowadays. So, what is so great about this game?
GNOME Games is a collection of 15 small games of various styles. You won’t find any sophisticated simulators, or advanced 3D graphics first person shooters here. GNOME Games are about taking a few minutes break from your work, playing a relaxed game like…