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Gaming is rapidly expanding beyond proprietary operating systems to a wide variety of platforms, including Linux, and open source games are regularly being released. Would you like to learn more? Check out our introduction to open gaming.

Get started developing games with Godot

Learn to use Godot Engine, one of the best open source, multi-purpose game engines available.
Open Jam leaves a mark with 45 game entries and 3 big winners

In early October 2017, the inaugural Open Jam , a video game jam focused on open source game...
10 open source alternatives to Minecraft

Interested in a free Minecraft alternative? Here's a quick look at some clones and derivatives out...
Open Jam, our open source game jam, kicks off this week

We're less than a week away from the start of the first-ever Open Jam, a 72-hour game jam dedicated...
Announcing Open Jam

Participants will build an open source game in 72 hours or less, play and judge other games, and...
How many of your games run on Linux?

Gamer? Check. Linux user? Check. For years, one of the top excuses I heard from friends who would...
How to livestream games like the pros with OBS

OBS Studio records from multiple sources, helping gamers and other users share top-quality video...
Revisit Colossal Cave with Open Adventure

Groundbreaking 1970s interactive fiction game Adventure gets new life—and new contributors—with an...