Getting nostalgic about those 8 bit games from childhood? You can play those retro games in Linux.
One of the most popular console games of the year 2016, Desu Ex: Mankind Divided is coming to Linux.
A list of top 10 best Linux games of the year 2016.
You can play games in the Linux terminal. Here are best command line games for you.
Can I play games on Linux? This is one of the most frequently asked questions by people who are thinking about switching to Linux. After all, gaming on Linux often termed as a distant possibility. In fact, some people even wonder if they can listen to music or watch movies on Linux. Considering that, question […]
Complete tutorial on how to install Steam in Ubuntu and how to use it to play games in Linux.
Okay! I know that fad for the addictive 2048 game is almost over but this is no excuse to not try your hands on this game every now and then. Previously we have seen how to play 2048 offline in Ubuntu, today we shall see how to play 2048 in Linux terminal. I know that […]
2048 is the latest fad worldwide. This tiny game is played by moving the tiles up and down, left and right. The aim of this puzzle game is to reach 2048 by combining tiles with matching number. So 2+2 becomes 4, 4+4 becomes 16 and so on. Sounds simple but trust me its hell of […]
PokerTH is an Open Source Poker game for Linux, Mac and Windows. Texas Hold’ em Poker is probably the most popular Poker game variant around the world. While there are various browser based Poker games available, its good to see a Poker game for Linux desktop. PokerTH (TH stands for Texas hold’ em) is written […]
0 A.D. (read as Zero A D), which is dubbed as the Age of Empires for Linux, released the 13th Alpha version codenamed ‘Magadha’. 0 A.D. is a real time strategy game developed by Wildfire Games, an international group of volunteer game developers. The game, currently in development stage, is available on Linux, Windows and Mac […]
A Free and Open Source Real Time Strategy game that has promise to fill the void of Age of Empires on Linux.