Great news from our friends of the SuperTuxKart project! Read all the details on their latest blog-post here.They also made a nice new trailer showing off a more unusual game-mode: Clearly this project has come a long way and looks better with every release! So grab your copy over at their fancy new website.This post was retrieved from freegamer.blogspot.com.Full article: SuperTuxKart 0.9.2 released & new website
Seem like some people want to revive the old QuakeExpo tradition this year, which is after all the 20th anniversary of Quake1:https://qexpo2016.com/Booth pre-registration started on the 18th of June, and the for those that wonder what it is all about:If you are a qexpo old-timer: The format is virtual ‘booths’ set up for a limited number of days just like the past. But unlike the past, this site has a built-in comment and messaging system. The site-wide stream of discussion is available on the ‘Activity’ tab. However, any booth owner may disable comments on their particular booth page by checking the ‘Comments Disabled’ category.We also have a fancy event...Full article: QuakeExpo2016 16-30th of July, register your virtual booth now!
Check out this interesting (recently GPLv3 re-licensed) game Blackvoxel:As you can see it has some interesting mechanic which they call "Molecular Voxel Interaction Engine". As seen in the trailer above, it basically allows you to automate crafting, resulting in interesting "programmable" factory setups.Of course this might sound a bit too much like actual work and not fun... but given the big fan scene for the closed source game Factorio, I would say it can be more fun that it looks at first ;)Blackvoxel itself probably needs to be a bit more of a game instead of "just" a sandbox, but there is big...Full article: Blackvoxel, an ambitious Minecraft/Factorio mix?