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Canadian customers seeing a temporary delay for the Steam Deck

Friday 23rd of September 2022 08:07:55 PM
While Valve has been able to repeatedly speed up production of the Steam Deck smashing expectations, they've hit a snag when it comes to Canada.

Valve upgrade Steam Deck when docked in new OS Beta, plus big Steam Deck Client update

Friday 23rd of September 2022 07:25:27 AM
Two big pieces of Steam Deck news for you today, with two major updates now available. First there's a big Steam Deck Client Stable update and a Steam Deck OS Beta.

Valve launches Steam Charts giving us better details on games

Friday 23rd of September 2022 07:06:04 AM
Steam Charts, the name of the new system Valve just launched gives us a better look behind the curtain on how games are doing on Steam overall.

Short point and click adventure The Plague Doctor of Wippra is out on October 5th

Thursday 22nd of September 2022 02:30:43 PM
The Plague Doctor of Wippra will see you attempt to help people but ignorance, superstition, and religious zeal will firmly get in your way.

Paradox Arc to publish sci-fi base builder Stardeus, entering Early Access in October

Thursday 22nd of September 2022 01:54:04 PM
Stardeus from developer Kodo Linija (Bloody Rally Show) has found a publisher with Paradox Arc (Paradox Interactive's new publishing arm).

GNOME 43 is out now with Quick Settings, refreshed Files app and lots more

Thursday 22nd of September 2022 01:23:40 PM
GNOME 43 is officially out now, bringing with it some pretty wonderful sounding changes to one of the most popular Linux desktop environments.

DOSBox Staging 0.79.0 is out now

Thursday 22nd of September 2022 12:54:30 PM
DOSBox Staging is a fork of the original DOSBox aimed at getting new features in faster, along with a better overall experience for users.

Core Keeper and Terraria are getting cross-over updates

Thursday 22nd of September 2022 11:19:55 AM
Two rather great sandbox mining games are set for an official cross-over. Terraria and the new kid on the block Core Keeper will both be getting free updates for it.

HYPER DEMON is a vision-bending FPS from the creator of Devil Daggers

Thursday 22nd of September 2022 11:03:13 AM
Devil Daggers was a great time-survival FPS and now the creator is back with HYPER DEMON, which will blow your tiny little mind. Well, it might blow your eyes wide open at least. It's nuts.

Get a whole lot of Serious Sam in this game bundle

Thursday 22nd of September 2022 09:21:53 AM
Humble Bundle are making sure you can get serious this week with The Serious Sam Bundle containing plenty of action ready for you to dive in.

Steam Beta lets you create a collection filtered by games you and friends own

Wednesday 21st of September 2022 03:52:51 PM
Here's a rather useful feature Valve just added to a recent release of the Steam Beta Client. You can now filter your Steam Library based on what you and your Steam Friends own.

Minigalaxy, a simple open source GOG client for Linux adds lots of new features

Wednesday 21st of September 2022 02:36:04 PM
While plenty of people use apps like Lutris, Heroic and Bottles there's also Minigalaxy which is a dedicated launcher just for GOG on Linux.

Isometric fantasy RPG Zoria: Age of Shattering gets a new demo and Kickstarter

Wednesday 21st of September 2022 10:55:48 AM
Zoria: Age of Shattering from Tiny Trinket Games is not a name I've mentioned for a while but the developer is back with an updated demo and a Kickstarter campaign to finish it up.

GE-Proton 7-35 out now with more fixes for Linux / Steam Deck

Wednesday 21st of September 2022 09:25:11 AM
GE-Proton (GloriousEggroll), the community maintained version of the Windows compatibility layer version 7-35 is out now and here's what's new.

Valve finally fixes up the Steam Deck on-screen keyboard some more

Wednesday 21st of September 2022 09:14:46 AM
There's a new Steam Deck Client Beta update available and with it comes some much needed improvements to the on-screen keyboard.

NVIDIA Linux driver 515.76 is out, as is Mesa 22.2 for AMD / Intel

Wednesday 21st of September 2022 08:59:15 AM
Two new driver releases are now available for desktop Linux users with NVIDIA 515.76 and Mesa 22.2 for AMD / Intel.

A new Proton Experimental release hooks up NVAPI for lots of games on Linux

Wednesday 21st of September 2022 08:52:12 AM
Proton Experimental has a new release out from September 20th, that as usual fixes some bugs but also does a rather big change in enabling the NVIDIA NVAPI for a long list of games.

NVIDIA announces Ada Lovelace their 3rd generation RTX, DLSS 3 and Portal RTX

Tuesday 20th of September 2022 03:33:04 PM
NVIDIA has revealed the first details of their third generation of RTX GPUs with Ada Lovelace, plus DLSS 3 is coming with big improvements too.

System76 reveal their new and improved Thelio desktop design

Tuesday 20th of September 2022 02:42:05 PM
Linux hardware vendor and Pop!_OS distro maker System76 have today revealed their brand new Thelio desktop design, and I must admit I continue to be jealous and feel like I just need to own this case.

KDE are raising funds for the Kdenlive video editor

Tuesday 20th of September 2022 01:08:00 PM
Kdenlive, a powerful free and open source video editor from the KDE team is now having a dedicated fundraising campaign to support the team working on it.

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