Mednafen is a multi-system emulator, driven from the command-line. Many of its cores are ports of other emulators, but many of them are also original. Its Playstation and PC Engine original cores are notable for their high quality, compatibility and accuracy. Mednafen only has a command line interface, so its interface might be hard to use to new users. The best cores in Mednafen are those that
2.- Horror Adventure Game Serena Weaves A Haunting Marital Tale.
If you’re a fan of adventure games, psychological horror and very-much-almost-peeing-yourself-in-fright, then Serena is the right game for you! A point-and-click self-described as a “twisted letter to the adventure gaming community,” Serena is by all means an interesting experience that keeps you on the edge of your seat. The labour of love of over forty contributors, including both developers
3.- Babaliba is a video-adventure with fast movements and frenetic action.
Babaliba is a Sinclair ZX Spectrum computer game programmed by Víctor Ruiz, founder of Dinamic, one of the great software companies of Spanish software "golden age", in 1985. It is part of the trilogy started with Saimazoom, followed by Babaliba and ended with the amazing Abu Simbel Profanation, starring Johnnie Jones. Babaliba is a video-adventure with fast movements and frenetic action.
4.- Axis Runner project is a 3D game with a fast built-in graphics engine.
Axis Runner is a 3D game inspired by the Apple II game "Lode Runner". It features a built-in graphics engine and runs fine without hardware acceleration. All direction is relative as characters climb up on the walls and ceiling, reminiscent of the fighting scenes in movies such as "The Matrix". This idea comes from some years ago; basically a 3D lode-runner type game with a weird topology: if
5.- Atom Zombie Smasher is the perfect post-Iraq zombie game.
As a game, Atom Zombie Smasher is just a series of RTS matches. You’re harvesting resources from a map. Instead of fighting an enemy, you’re fighting time, because the resources go bad in a matter of seconds (these are very short matches). You get three or four units, which makes Atom Zombie Smasher a bit of a puzzle game. Sometimes you’ll get a perfect set of tools for the situation. Other
6.- Top 10 indie games of 2013.
We don't need to tell you that the gaming industry is currently experiencing an 'indie boom' -- the evidence has been piling up throughout 2011, with numerous developers at AAA studios leaving their jobs behind to work on exactly the kind of games they want to make. You only have to look at the Independent Games Festival record number of entries to know indies mean business this year. This time
7.- Asciiquarium is an aquarium/sea animation in ASCII art.
Asciiquarium is an aquarium/sea animation in ASCII art. It includes multicolored fish, a whale, and a fish-eating shark. KDE Asciiquarium is a KDE screensaver based off of Kirk Baucom's FABULOUS asciiquarium program (http://www.robobunny.com/projects/asciiquarium/). Or in other words, it's a simulation of an ocean scene, but using ASCII art instead. NOTE This content is the KDE 3 version of
8.- Abyss: The Wraiths Of Eden Hidden Object Game Released On Steam For Linux.
Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden has been available on Steam for Windows since October 2012, but now the game is also available on Linux. There was no official announcement regarding the release of the Linux version, but the one mentioning the 30% discount. “Discover and investigate a forgotten underwater city built in an intriguing Art-Deco style. This former utopia hides many spine-chilling
9.- The Neurology of Gaming [Infographic].
Do you like video games? Do you like having a brain that can do stuff? Then this infographic is just for you! As it turns out, gaming has an effect on your brain, and it’s not “turning it into mush.” As I am sure many of you know first hand, gaming generates happiness in awesomeness lobe and then moves it to your soul, or at least that’s what it feels like. This infographic from Online
10.- Mining for Gold: the truth about the virtual game economy [Infographic].
With the meteoric rise of online gaming and the resulting production of digital currencies, a new market has been born. Tens of thousands of students and migrant workers make a living across the world by playing online games and selling the resulting virtual assets to wealthier players. A growing number of crowd-sourcing and ‘microwork’ platforms employ unskilled workers in digital tasks
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