Category Archives: Games for Linux
Sometimes, workarounds for playing native Windows games on Linux can be dodgy. Some will play well on plain WINE implementation, other times, helper software, such as Crossover, Wine-Tricks, or PlayOnLinux get you to the finish line with a feasible amount of frustration. One such game is Black Mesa, a modification on the original Half Life title, consisting of a set of modifications to the Source SDK 2007 base engine. So how do you install the title? Read on for more! Read the rest of this entry
There will be an ongoing Steam machine buyers guide located under the resources section of the top menu navigation of the site. I will also place a small link in the featured workarounds article. Over time I hope to keep this moving as hardware develops and changes. The formatting is a bit rought right now, but I will tidy it up over time.
An interesting perspective on what happend to the tiny Steam box that ran out of Gas
This is my very first Linux game review, so be kind! I am much better at things other than games 🙂 Please leave a comment below or on the youtube video page. Any suggestions of criticisms are highly welcome.
Note: video is currently uploading to youtube, which should be done within the hour. I wanted to post this before I fell asleep 🙂
I recently went through several methods to try out SteamOS. When it came to video issues, some of my test hardware still exhibited the same issues. I found either AMD or Intel was quite acceptable for a CPU but Nvidia preferred for the graphics card. Having recently acquired a low profile ATI 6670 (who would have thought those massive cards could shrink that small!), I decided to revisit my Steam gaming options apart my my more powerful desktop.
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Yes, that is the real name of this game. AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome, is literally one of the freshest games I have come across on Steam lately. I was sceptical to hit the buy button, but with a current price of 4.49 USD for the Steam Holiday Sale, I couldn’t resist. So, how did it stack up? Read on for more