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Being A Linux Gamer Is The Best


Sitting here this morning sipping my coffee, I decided to have a look at ProtonDB, the best source for game compatibility information for Linux users. It's really great to see how many games just work now, thanks to the collective effort of WINE developers, DXVK's developers, Valve, and Proton's developers. Long story short: on Steam, […]

Linus Trinus


I've been playing with VR and ran across LinusTrinus, a somewhat-raw but quite functional bit of code that allows an Android phone with the Trinus VR client app to connect to Linux to make it into a SteamVR-compatible 3DOF headset. While it does not allow movement tracking, and only rotation, it is sufficient for a […]

Woven


This game is unreasonably cute. So far it seems like a fairly simple, straightforward puzzle(ish) game, no idea if there are any platforming aspects to it but so far the gameplay seems to revolve around exploration, collection of patterns and materials for customizing Stuffie, and using abilities gained from the patterns to progress. Runs good […]

Stupid Linux Steam Tricks #312


Is a native game crashing? Would you like a log file? Go into the game's properties and set its launch options to: script -c "%command%" /home/YOURUSER/log.txt Make sure that YOURUSER is your actual home directory (obviously), or point the log file path wherever else you want.