Proton. The opensource Windows compatibility layer for Linux gaming

An open-source compatibility layer developed for running modern Windows-exclusive Steam games on Linux, this is Proton. Valve made a compatibility tool for Steam Play based on Wine and some additional components, this brought the Linux gaming experience to a new level. A high level. Proton is based on Wine (Wine Is Not an Emulator, the compatibility layer capable of running[…]

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Install Godot game engine on Fedora or Ubuntu

Godot is like Unity3D, but opensource and free Okam Studio has recently released a new version of Godot, a game engine opensource and multi-platform that aims to provide developers with a development platform like Unity3D. Godot offers an excellent graphical user interface that allows developers useful tools for the design of new 2D and 3D game, including various animations, scripting,[…]

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Opensource music for videogames and videos

Indie techno music for games and multimedia Some time ago, I made some music. A playlist of electronic indie music, perfect (I think!) for videogames and multimedia production. All the song is under Creative Commons License, so you’re free to use them wherever you want. Creative Commons helps you legally share your knowledge and creativity to build a more equitable,[…]

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