Wiimote with Linux Using the Nintendo Wiimote with LinuxFeb 28, 2009
Nintendo's Wii game console includes the popular Wiimote control. Have you ever wondered whether the Wiimote works with Linux?more »
In Mystic Mine you guide a trolley through an old gold mine, switching rails at the right moment with a designated keystroke. It's the only normal thing about this new skill game from Koonsolo Games.more »
The LinCity-NG project takes after the classic SimCity, and with good effect. The new version enhances graphics and simulation logic.more »
Why not build bridges and towers out of little balls of goo? Thats exactly what Kyle Gabler and Ron Carmel asked themselves, and promptly they created an addictive puzzle game that resembles a mixture of Lemmings and a physics simulation. Much acclaimed by the games-world press, World of Goo is about to be let loose on Linux operating systems.more »
The "Yo Frankie" game is now available for free download in two versions, for Blender and Crystal Space.more »
Following the release of the Prey Demo, a Linux Client for the game is now available.more »
Information found by a reader on the Phoronix Internet page in the Microsoft game Left 4 Dead, appears to suggest that Half Life developer Valve Software, is currently working on a Linux client for its commercial platform Steam.more »
“Today we are marking a new milestone in the history of Multi Theft Auto [...] we have made the decision to re-launch Multi Theft Auto as an open-source project.” The developer announcement on the Grand Theft Auto website comes just before the official release of the multiplayer mod of GTA version 1.0.more »
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Lead developer quells rumors that the Debian version is slated for center stage.
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Malware could pass data and commands between disconnected computers without leaving a trace on the network.
New rules emphasize collegiality in coding.
Upstart lands in the dust bin as a new era begins for Linux.
HP's annual Cyber Risk report offers a bleak look at the state of IT.
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