Become a runecrafting expert, thanks to rune ethereal outfits in Treasure Hunter.
Today, we’re announcing a promotion with Humble Bundle, one of the real innovators in game distribution, that brings eight hugely popular Indie games including the award-winning FTL directly to Firefox users. This promotion only runs for two weeks, so jump … Continue reading
LXQt is the Qt port and the upcoming version of LXDE (a lightweight desktop environment, used by Lubuntu for instance), which resulted from the merge between LXDE-Qt and Razor-Qt projects. After five months of development, LXQt 0.8.0 was released yesterday, bringing quite a few interesting changes, including full Qt5 support, a new lxqt-admin component, two […]
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Blizzard’s Battle.net tool was updated recently, probably in preparation for the upcoming WoW expansion called Warlords of Draenor, resulting in either a black screen or distorted / scrambled graphics on Linux (with Wine) with Intel graphics.It looks like this is not a Wine or Battle.net bug but an Intel graphic drivers bug, at least that’s […]
Ubuntu GNOME with GTK/GNOME Shell 3.12: if you’re an Ubuntu GNOME user, you’re most probably aware that Ambiance and Radiance (the default Ubuntu themes) don’t support GNOME Shell and applications that use header bars look broken. Well, Leo Iannacone has fixed the default Ubuntu themes to work properly under GNOME 3.12. Here are a couple […]
Look out for a whole load of RuneFest videos, coming to our YouTube channel over this week. Watch the hour-by-hour live stream recording now!
After more than a year since the previous release, a new PhotoQt version was released today – 1.1 -, which introduces some interesting changes such as per-session rotation/flipping, new Quick Settings widget, improved fake transparency and more. Also, with this release, PhotoQt switched to Qt5 and Phonon.PhotoQt is a fast, stylish Qt image viewer for […]
Wildfire Games has released the seventeenth alpha version of 0 A.D., which includes some important changes, such as a major gameplay rebalance, units on wall, improved mod support and more.For those not familiar with 0 A.D., this is an open source, historical war and economy RTS game developed by Wildfire Games which features several ancient […]
Kick back and relax with three more resting animations – now available in Solomon’s General Store.
Hang tough in RuneScape today with Ironman and Hardcore Ironman modes, and better drops from beasts and ghosts – as voted for by you.
Wesnoth 1.11.17, our sixteenth publicly announced development release in this series, is now available. Designated as the first release candidate for Wesnoth 1.12, it also marks the beginning of the end of this long and fascinating journey.
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Wildfire Games, an international group of volunteer game developers, proudly announces the release of “0 A.D. Alpha 17 Quercus”, the seventeenth alpha version of 0 A.D., a free, open-source game of ancient warfare. This alpha features a major gameplay rebalance, units on walls, trigger support, improved mod support and more! Easy Download and Install Download … Continue reading →
The thirteenth development release in this series, Wesnoth 1.11.13, continues to deliver a vast number of bug fixes, improvements, and translation updates. Check the forum thread with the full announcement and release notes for a brief description of the most notable changes in this version.
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The very innovative and awesome looking (+ fully FOSS) multiplayer FPS Terminal-Overload got a new release today.Charged x-jump on the new ETH5 map (3rd person camera turned on)One of the new features is a charged jump that lets one take big leaps to r…
WWN Issue 377 was released today.
Idea for a Wine staging tree
GNOME Summit 2014 starts tomorrow. The GNOME Summit is an annual gathering of contributors from around the world that features three-days of discussion and working sessions. After the last Summit, held in Montreal it’s this year back in Boston.
Scheduled topics include: Wayland, App development, Privacy and the GNOME Continuous build system. The summit is an informal event and everyone is welcome.
Tarballs are due on 2014-10-13 before 23:59 UTC for the GNOME 3.14.1
Improved drop tables for beasts and ghosts are coming, and Mod Deg takes us through the mighty fine new rewards in today’s Behind the Scenes video.
What does the future hold for RuneScape? Here’s our very best plans for 2015, as discussed by Mod Mark at RuneFest 2014