Destination Linux EP48 – Liam Dawe of Gaming on Linux

Destination Linux EP48 – Liam Dawe of Gaming on Linux

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Welcome to Episode 48 of Destination Linux for 12-04-17

Special Guest: Liam Dawe of Gaming on Linux

GamingOnLinux has no paywalls, no timed articles and those who support you via Paypal or Patreon won’t even have to see ads. Additionally, your site provides its entire source code in true open source fashion. Why was it important for you to make your platform open and how has this shaped GamingOnLinux?

Now for some gaming news!

Let’s talk about Really big gaming news……Eurotruck Simulator just released! (Joke) An article from 2013 that was from www.linuxgamingnews.org

What I’ve been playing: Nexuiz

The big update to Planet Nomads that adds flight and alien monuments is now out

The ‘ARK: Aberration Expansion’ is due out in December

Looks like the open-world FPS ‘The Signal From Tölva’ is now on Linux

The rather flashy shoot ’em up ‘PAWARUMI’ is now on Linux

Steam

The Linux-powered Ataribox Joystick has been revealed, looks delightfully retro and rather stylish

Remember the Ataribox? The Linux-powered retro console that will turn to crowdfunding sometime soon just had the reveal of their Joystick.

Steam continues to get bigger, with another record-breaking concurrent user count at 17.6 million

Meet the Templars, a faction of Psionic zealots in XCOM 2: War of the Chosen for macOS and Linux

Wine 3.0 RC1 should be out in early December, final release likely in January

Oxygen Not Included From Klei Entertainment

Atom RPG

Civilization VI Expansion

Announcing Civilization VI: Rise and Fall

Admin

Destination Linux Apparel

Where Can You Find Us This Week

  • Rocco and Ryan will be playing Rocket League live this week on DasGeek Channel
  • Big Daddy Linux Live! Will be on Saturday night on the BigDaddyLinux Channel

Twitter @dasgeekchannel @bigdaddylinux

A big thank you to each and every one of you for supporting us and Thank you For Watching Destination Linux

Have a great week and remember the Journey ITSELF is just as important as the Destination

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