There is nothing like Retro FPS games and Gaming on Linux.
The two are almost mutually exclusive to each other anymore. Recently I decided to throw a flavor of Ubuntu onto a Modern Desktop of mine.
Everything worked like it would on a Windows OS.
This is because Steam has been hard at work making Linux a great gaming platform.
Warfork, Quake, Duke Nukem to name a few worked straight out of the box. Doom 2016 is said to be supported fully now on Linux.
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Quakefans covers Arena, Retro/Indie First Person Shooters. This includes but is not limited to games like Quake, Doom, and Team-based fps. Diabotical is on the rise and will become a focal point.
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Gaming on Linux Episode Topics
- Morning Spill
- Gaming On Linux with Retro FPS Games
- Quake, and More New Indie Games Coming out
- Prodeus – https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/prodeus/prodeus/posts/2740459
- Ultrakill – https://hakita.itch.io/ultrakill-prelude
- Freesync post on Reddit
- Quake 3 Mods
Down below you will find some cool links that you should check out.
Things like the YouTube Channel, Twitter, and Podcast links!
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