Monthly Archives: July 2012

Gamers asking for games for Linux on GOG.com

Another digital game platform GOG.com (former Good Old Games) is becoming increasingly popular. Although there have been very successful, mainly older, titles like Wing Commander or Carmageddon distributed on this game platform thus far (often bundled with DOSBox or ScummVM), today there are more newer AAA titles such as The Witcher 2 being included in the game catalog of GOG.com. Unfortunately… Read More »

Unity is finally coming to Linux

One of the best game engines Unity has been presented yesterday as a preview version. Now the new version of Unity supports Linux apart of Windows, Mac OS X, Android, Wii and other platforms. Furthermore, a new animation system, support for DirectX 11 and Adobe Flash have been added to the game engine. Today, Unity is used… Read More »

CodeWeavers releases CrossOver 11.2.1 and gives it away for free

CodeWeavers, the company behind CrossOver and Wine, has released CrossOver 11.2.1. CrossOver Linux not only allows to run games such as Diablo III and Left 4 Dead, but it also supports running of other Windows applications like Microsoft Office 2010. CrossOver is currently the easiest way to install Steam and the games from the Steam catalog on… Read More »