A few months ago I wrote about how it is so difficult to submit games to Linux gaming sites, based on my experience with trying to spread the word about the latest update of Stop That Hero!
One of those sites is The Linux Game Tome. It was one of my favorite Linux gaming sites, . . . → Read More: The Linux Game Tome Is Shutting Down
I did it.
I thought I had a design that was a bit too ambitious, but I somehow managed to finish my March entry for One Game a Month.
“The New Worlds” is a space exploration game. Your homeworld’s star is known to go nova eventually. Evacuating everyone is the only option, and evacuation . . . → Read More: March #1GAM Entry: The New Worlds
I managed to put my February entry for One Game a Month together mostly in the last couple of weeks, sometimes with only 15 minutes at a time to dedicate to working on it. It’s amazing how much comes together in 15 minutes.
Electromagnetic Play is currently only available for 64-bit Linux as I . . . → Read More: February #1GAM Entry: Electomagnetic Play
It’s mid-December, which means people are remembering their New Year’s resolutions and rushing to accomplish them before 2013 rolls around.
Last year, I managed to release the Stop That Hero! alpha after many months of delay. This year, I similarly managed to get the next update out a few months ago after many . . . → Read More: 12 Games in 12 Months #OneGameAMonth
What I love about the Humble Indie Bundles is that they are DRM-free, allow me to pay what I want, and the games are available for GNU/Linux, my preferred platform. The people behind it were involved in Wolfire Games, and I reviewed Lugaru years ago for Game Tunnel, so I was familiar with them. Even . . . → Read More: The Response to the Humble THQ Bundle