Aug 222012
 

I’ve just discovered that beside the “usual” Humble Indie Bundle, featuring this time some games for Linux, Windows and dedicated to Android Games, there are also 2 Book Bundle, while they are not related to open source or Linux topics, I like initiatives that propose DRM free products, donate a part of the cash to charity and allow the customers to make a good deal.

The first Book-Bundle is from StoryBundle and is composed by Sci-Fi books while the second book bundle come from http://snugnugget.com/ and includes mainly Novels.

Let’s take a closer look at these Bundle, some of them end in a couple of days so this could be your last chance to get them !.
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Dec 172010
 

indieIf you have not already heard of it i’d like to point out the excellent initiative  “The Humble Indie Bundle #2” for 5 days is still possible to buy 5 good games and choose the price you want to pay too good to be true?

Then I add also that you can decide whether, and to what percentage, to allocate part of the sum for charity in two associations.

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Nov 202010
 

We often hear that there are no games on Linux, or that are much worse than their counterparts for windows, so today I want to show some unusual games that run perfectly on our favorite operating system.
Caph

Caph

Caph is a sandbox game, based on physics. The game target is to make contact red object with green object. You can use various objects, solid, wire (rope), and bendable objects. Gravitation will help you.

Caph available as C source code, and can be compiled on any suitable GNU/Linux distribution.

Available on http://www.playdeb.net/software/Caph for Ubuntu dafrom release 9.10.

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