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Enlightenment DR 0.18 Released

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Just one year after the long-time coming official release of Enlightenment 0.17 (E17), Enlightenment 0.18 has been released! The new release features 242 individual changes and a host of new features and bug fixes. One of the more interesting changes is the built-in compositor has now been merged…

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How to Create an RSS Scope for Ubuntu Phone

softpedia: At our readers's request, we've decided to make a tutorial about how to create an RSS Scope for Ubuntu Phone,

An open source database for realtime applications

 opensource.com: The world of databases is no stranger to open source.

Half a dozen reasons why openSUSE is a great OS for your PC

 ITworld: While I must also add the standard disclaimer that the best OS is the one that works for you, here are some of the reasons I consider openSUSE to be a great, if not the perfect, desktop OS for just about any user.

Chivalry: Medieval Warfare Exits Beta For Linux, Some Thoughts & A Sale

 GamingOnLinux: Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is now fully out for Linux, and so you may draw your swords.

LibreOffice 4.4.1 “Fresh” is available for download

LibreOffice 4.4.1 is the first minor release of LibreOffice 4.4 “fresh” family, with over 100 fixes over LibreOffice 4.4.0.

How to Manage KVM Virtual Environment using Commandline Tools in Linux

 tecmint: We use virt-install CL tool to create and configure virtual machines

Krita 2.9 Released with RAW Image Import and PSD Compatibility Improvements

 softpedia: Key features of Krita 2.9 include support for opening and working with multiple documents at the same time

The Tremendous Features Of Fedora 22

Phoronix: There's many changes to find for Fedora 22,

Build a Raspberry Pi-Based Cable Shutter Release for Sony Cameras

 scribblesandsnaps: Replacing a simple and inexpensive remote cable release for your camera with Raspberry Pi may seem like a classic case of over-engineering

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Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado Released, My Thoughts

Paradox has released the El Dorado expansion for Europa Universalis IV, adding a bunch of new features and most importantly a nation designer which allows you to create your own country to dominate the world with.

Chivalry: Medieval Warfare Exits Beta For Linux, Some Thoughts & A Sale

I guess I had better announce this or the flurry of emails about it will never stop! Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is now fully out for Linux, and so you may draw your swords. It's also 66% off right now!

Pixel Heroes: Byte & Magic, Some Thoughts On This Party-based Roguelike

Pixel Heroes is one of the more interesting indie titles released recently, and I had a chance to take a look at the game and give you some thoughts on it.

Republique Remastered, A Beautiful Stealth Action Game Could Come To Linux

Thanks to a tip we have found out that the recently released Republique Remastered could see a Linux version.

Dungeons 2 From Kalypso Media Due Out For Linux In April, First Game-play Shown

The Dungeon Lord is back – and this time he’s serious! In Dungeons 2, fulfil the Dungeon Lord’s insatiable quest for vengeance by recruiting fearsome new monsters from all corners of the underworld in order to undertake his evil bidding.

Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty Released On GOG & Steam, We Take A Look At The Linux Port

Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty is a revamp of one of the platformers I used to love, so how is it on Linux? Hint: It's good.

Adorable Sokoban-Like Puzzler 'A Good Snowman Is Hard To Build' Released Today, A Must-Have For Puzzle Enthusiasts

The long-awaited puzzle game by Sokobond creator Alan Hazelden is finally released. Time to solve some challenging puzzles and let the lovely animations by Benjamin Davis and the soothing soundscapes of Ryan Roth melt your heart, as the the snow too melts and makes way for spring.

Pre-orders For Cities: Skylines Stand At Nearly 2% For Linux Gamers

The developers of Cities: Skylines are doing a reddit "ask me anything", and they kindly responded to my question about Linux pre-orders so far.

Space Grunts, A Fast-paced Turn-based Action Game From OrangePixel Coming To Linux

Space Grunts is a fun looking and quick turn-based action game, and we have it confirmed it will come to Linux.

Mechs & Mercs: Black Talons, A Real Time Strategy Game, We Take A Gander

Mechs & Mercs: Black Talons is admittedly a game that has been on the back burner with the wave of news recently, so I decided to sit down and take a proper look at this promising looking strategy game.

NEON STRUCT From Eldritch Developer To Release For Linux In March

NEON STRUCT, A political thriller stealth game has been revealed to be releasing in March, and it has a newer trailer.

Speculation: Shadow Of Mordor Appears In A Seemingly Linux Focused App Bundle On SteamDB

This is mighty interesting, just before GDC next week, a new app bundle has appeared on SteamDB comprised almost entirely of Linux games, the only games that aren't on Linux are Shadow of Mordor and Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition.

Commander Cool 2, A Tribute To Old 2D Arcade Platformers

Commander Cool 2 is a frantic looking tribute to old platformers, and it looks good. We have a massive amount of platformers now, but it could still be what you’re looking for.

Valve Will Launch Own VR Device, To Be Shown At GDC

Valve aren't stopping at gamepads and console-like boxes, as they have announced a VR device they will demo at GDC.

Lay Waste To A Fortress In Besiege On Linux, Initial Thoughts Included

Besiege is a physics based building game in which you construct medieval siege engines and lay waste to immense fortresses and peaceful hamlets.