Everyone’s favourite good old gaming site now supports Linux.
Having successfully sold over 2.5 million units of their versatile little computer, the creators of the Raspberry Pi have set forth a $10,000 prize to the first person to get Quake 3 running on the device.
The fan community is at it again, this time with a Sonic the Hedgehog game created on the famous Build engine.
Duke Nukem 3D is being re-released on Steam, and it’s bringing a bevy of extras with it.
The year 1996 is calling, and has invited you to revisit the classic game Quake. Why you ask? Well, there’s a new level editor called TrenchBroom out, and it beckons you to build more fiendish levels to blast your way through. Read on to see what this level editor brings to the now 17 year old classic.