OpenMW release, Zotac steam machine review, and more open gaming news

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Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at OpenMW gaming engine new release, Zotac Steam Machine review, Rocket league to launch, and more.

Open gaming roundup for November 28 - December 4, 2015

OpenMW 0.37 released

OpenMW is a new and modern gaming engine, and it's based on the engine that ran the 2002 open-world RPG Morrowind. This new release comes with a new OpenSceneGraph renderer, which yields quite massive performance improvements over the older Ogre3D renderer. Get more details here.

Zotac Steam machine impresses OC3D

OC3D is a popular technology discussion forum, and they recently reviewed the Zotac Steam machine ZBOX NEN SN970. The result is they are appreciative of the product and the whole Linux/Steam gaming scenario. Read the full article here.

Rocket league for Linux to be launched by December

Rocket League is a futuristic action sports game that combines Football and Sports cars. As per the discussions on their forum, the game will launch for Linux platform by end of December.

Pick of the week: SuperTux

Super Mario remains one of the most loved games. SuperTux is an attempt to recreate Super Mario magic in an open source way. You can download it for all the major platforms here.

New games out for Linux

Mighty No. 9

Mighty No. 9 is ready for its February 9 release date.

Linux games News: Mighty No. 9 seems to be getting ready for the February 9th release. The new trailer for Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune’s upcoming crowdfunded project was released by Deep Silver. The trailer for Mighty No. 9 showcases a number of the game’s features and modes, including Boss Rush (one-hit-death) mode, Challenge mode, Maniac mode, a two player online co-op challenge and an Online Race Battle mode.

Europa Universalis IV

Europa Universalis IV was launched on 2nd December for Linux, Mac and Windows PC.

Linux games News: The day has come! Europa Universalis IV: The Cossacks has arrived on Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Bringing with it, hosts of invaders and rebels, plus a pile of new features, mechanics and improvements to the best-selling historical grand strategy game from Paradox Development Studio! .

Nitish is a software developer and open source enthusiast. He loves to read and explore anything open source. In his free time, he likes to read motivational books. He is currently working for Minio - an open source object storage server, compatible with AWS S3 API. You can follow him on twitter @nitisht_.

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