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  • The Elder Scrolls: Arena open source reimplementation OpenTESArena 0.13 is out

    Have fond memories of the classic The Elder Scrolls: Arena from the early 90s? A dedicated fan is rebuilding it with OpenTESArena, an open source game engine reimplementation.

    Supporting modern platforms like Linux, macOS and Windows this project was inspired by the likes of OpenMW for Morrowind and OpenXcom. It needs the original content but thankfully Bethesda released it free some time ago so it's easy enough to get.

  • Clever and challenging puzzle-fighter Aloof is out now, we have a few keys to give away

    Inspired in parts by the likes of Puyo Puyo Tetris, Aloof is a wonderfully designed puzzle-fighter with enough differences and a wonderful atmosphere that make it worth picking up. A brand new release from studio ButtonX with full Linux support, Aloof has you summon small islands as you face off against various opponents to build different shapes. It's genuinely quite lovely!

  • Oversteer, the Steering Wheel Manager for Linux gets a big upgrade | GamingOnLinux

    If you have a Steering Wheel configuring it on Linux can be a breeze thanks to Oversteer and a big new release just recently went up with some fun new toys.

    As usual, hardware manufacturers don't supply their own tooling for Linux users so it's up to the community to fill the gaps. Oversteer supports a lot of different wheels and pedals, with more being added in over time. Oversteer is easily becoming the go-to for wheel configuration.

  • pureya gives you a mini-game that changes every 10 seconds

    What if you combined a bunch of small arcade games into something that changes every 10 seconds? pureya answers that question with over 30 small games you can unlock.


    "What if you combined a bunch of small arcade games into something that changes every 10 seconds? pureya answers that question with over 30 small games you can unlock."

Linux Steering Wheel Manager Oversteer v0.6.0 Brings support...

  • Linux Steering Wheel Manager Oversteer v0.6.0 Brings support For 6 Additional Wheels

    Oversteer is a graphical application that lets you configure steering wheels connected to GNU/Linux machines - assuming they are supported by the Linux kernel or user-space drivers. The latest version has a new profile manager and support configuring 6 additional steering wheels.


    Oversteer is a graphical application that lets you configure steering wheels connected to GNU/Linux machines so they work as desired in games like SuperTuxKart. It is a useless application if you do not have a steering wheel, and it is only useful if the one(s) you have work thanks to a built-in Linux kernel driver or a third party driver.

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