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  • SuperTuxKart Has Polished And Revamped Karts Ready For The Next Big Release

    The free kart racing game has gotten four re-vamped carts and a lot of optimizations during the last few months. A new release is not imminent, and we do not know when it will be. What we do know is that there are some nice improvements happening in both the svn graphics asset repository and the git source code repository. None of the latest code changes deal with the OpenGL rendering pipes, so the games graphics performance remains the same as it was in the last release.

  • FMV adventure Dark Nights with Poe and Munro released for Linux | GamingOnLinux

    After a short Beta period that we wrote about earlier in March, the modern FMV adventure game Dark Nights with Poe and Munro is now natively released and support for Linux systems from D'Avekki Studios Ltd.

    "Adventure in the strange town of August with local radio hosts and secret lovers Poe and Munro, as they encounter six unique mysteries on and off the air. Direct the banter and the action as they fend off a nightmare stalker who just won’t let go, a vengeful ghost looking for everlasting closure, a demonic painting that grants wishes - and more - but can you keep Poe and Munro together, and alive…?"

  • Valve Releases Proton 6.3

    We knew it was coming, and here it is: the latest Proton now rebased on top of WINE 6.3 (dating from end of February, so Proton is behind the dev branch by a month or so). Proton 6.3 should now show up on Steam for you all. So what’s new this time around?

SuperTuxKart 1.3 Features New Karts, New Arenas, and Nintendo...

  • SuperTuxKart 1.3 Features New Karts, New Arenas, and Nintendo Switch Support

    A new version of famed FOSS racing game SuperTuxKart is zipping towards release, with a release candidate build now available to download.

    SuperTuxKart 1.3 features a number of exciting improvements like updated karts for several of the game’s famous FOSS faces (including Gnu); a new playable character in Pepper, from libre web comic Pepper&Carrot; plus a pair of new arenas, both of which support multiplayer online ‘capture the flag’ mode.

    The Ancient Colosseum Labyrinth battle arena is inspired by the famous Roman colosseum, while the Alien Signal arena is based on the real-world location of the extra-terrestrial SETI program.

Kart Racing Game SuperTuxKart 1.3 Adds Nintendo Switch Support

  • Kart Racing Game SuperTuxKart 1.3 Adds Nintendo Switch Support

    The popular kart racing game SuperTuxKart 1.3 now release candidate is out!

    After a year of development, the game now is ported to Switch though you need to have Homebrew installed. So the 3D open-source arcade racer now works on Windows, Linux, macOS, Android, iOS (beta), and Nintendo Switch.

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