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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.

Using open source tools to play Dungeons and Dragons

How a Dungeon Master generates ideas, makes maps, and more for this face-to-face game.
Young programmer turns love of gaming into a Google Summer of Code project

Recently I installed the GCompris educational software suite on a friend's Linux laptop. While...
K-Type Mechanical Keyboard

Input Club's mechanical keyboards aren't just about producing exceptional products. They're also...
Hazardous Attack. Oxl Games

Occasionally you come across a small project in a quiet corner of the internet that just ticks all...
How game design can help you build better software

Even small changes can make a big difference in your ability to craft software that has an...
Not playing around: Lessons from indie game developers

Find out what open source communities can learn from their long-lost cousins in indie games.
How to program games with the LÖVE gaming engine on the Raspberry Pi

What's the next step after you've outgrown drag-and-drop programming? We explain how to get started...
Open gaming roundup for March 11-25, 2017

In this bi-weekly open gaming roundup, we take a look at a Game Boy emulator for your Apple Watch,...