Video Gaming: Linux (26):
- Blogs, News, Reviews (12)
- Digital Distribution Services (3)
- Forums (2)
- Linux Gaming Platforms (3)
- Pay What You Want Game Bundles (5)
- Repositories (1)
Blogs, News, Reviews (12):
Boiling Steam http://boilingsteam.com/
Free Gamer http://freegamer.blogspot.com/
Gaming on Linux https://www.gamingonlinux.com/
Indie DB http://www.indiedb.com/
Indie Game Magazine http://indiegamemag.com/
Indie Game News http://www.indiegamenews.com/
Indie Game Reviewer http://indiegamereviewer.com/
Indie Games The Weblog http://indiegames.com/
Linux Game News http://linuxgamenews.com/
Mod DB http://www.moddb.com/
Linux Gamers Forum https://www.gamingonlinux.com/forum/
Lutris is an open gaming platform for Linux. It helps you install and manage your games in a unified interface. Our goal is to support every game which runs on Linux, from native to Windows games (via Wine) to emulators and browser games.
PlayOnLinux is a piece of software which allows you to easily install and use numerous games designed to run with Microsoft Windows.
SteamOS developed by Valve Software builds on top of the solid Debian core and optimizes it for a living room experience. Most of all, it is an open Linux platform that leaves you in full control. You can take charge of your system and install new software or content as you want.
Bundle In A Box is a thematic pay-what-you-want gaming bundle, that helps new games debut, supports charity and directly strengthens creators via the Indie Dev Grant. As more people buy it more extras get unlocked and more money is donated.
Groupees runs unique sales on music, games, ebooks and films- benefiting charities around the world.
Indiegala lets customers set their own price for high-quality indie games and music, then donate some or all of the proceeds to Able Gamers and Italian Red Cross for helping Emilia hit by earthquake.
IndieGameStand is a different kind of indie gaming bundle and promotional website. Our site is about featuring and promoting a new independent game every 96 hours for gamers to purchase at a discounted price. That's a new Pay-What-You-Want game sale every few days.
Humble Bundle is a series of collections ("bundles") of books, games, and music that are sold and distributed online at a price determined by the purchaser and buyers can set the revenue split between the developers, charities and humble bundle organizers.