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HITMAN out now on Linux

1 week 7 hours ago by RootGamer on Rootgamer.com

HITMAN, the AAA action-adventure stealth game from Io-Interactive, is out now for Linux.

As the cool and calculating Agent 47, take out your targets in six compelling chapters as you travel the globe from Paris to Bangkok and beyond.

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Protected: Casual and serious (casino) games

1 week 3 days ago by RootGamer on Rootgamer.com

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Super Rad Raygun on Linux

2 weeks 3 days ago by RootGamer on Rootgamer.com

It is the year 198X. Big hair is hot, and the war with the Soviets is colder than a refreshing glass of New Coke. RAD RAYGUN must travel the world fighting communist robots, and save the 1980′s by shooting his way through the decade in a totally fresh, expanded version of the original XBLIG game

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The most Bad-Ass Chicken you play

2 weeks 3 days ago by RootGamer on Rootgamer.com

“Cyber Chicken was built with old-school gaming in mind. Growing up as a gamers, we embraced that while also adding plenty of modernized elements. We offer players lots of weapons, upgrades, melee moves and enemy encounters — and while the action is pretty relentless, we’ve integrated humor and some playful mechanics such as our unique

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Political Animals launched

2 weeks 3 days ago by RootGamer on Rootgamer.com

Political Animals is a political strategy game set in world populated by corrupt crocodiles and meritocratic mice. In a political contest where corruption is always around the corner, we want players to find out how incorruptible they really are. In this turn-based strategy game you get to decide whether you’re going campaign based on the

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Ellipsis updated (with linux)

2 weeks 3 days ago by RootGamer on Rootgamer.com

Ellipsis is an action-packed Avoid ’Em Up with minimalistic, yet powerful neon styled visuals. Guide your ship through a mysterious universe while deftly avoiding hordes of roaming enemies, spikes, lasers and more. Changelog Added three additional worlds, including 75+ levels Improved controller support Fixed collision issues Fixed issue where triggers weren’t activated Fixed issue where

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Fully Open Source 3D Killer Rabbit | Lugaru HD 1.1

1 month 2 weeks ago by Iwan Sounds and DIY on Free Gamer

Lugaru HD, aka OSS Lugaru, is now fully freely licensed. November 30th, 2016, the license was changed to state that all Wolfire assets are CC-BY-SA 3.0 licensed. Two weeks later, version 1.1 was released. My favorite change: modern screen resolutions (e.g. 1080p) are now supported! 1.1 Highlights- Multiple campaigns support, making it easier to install and play mods!- These Lugaru mods are included by default as alternative to the Turner official campaign:-- Temple, by Silb--...

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Hexoshi - inspired by Metroid

2 months 3 weeks ago by Charlie on Free Gamer

Hexoshi (forum thread) is a libre game generally inspired by the Metroid series, notably the older versions.It is seeking funding using CrowdSupply for a budget of at least $1100 to achieve "Milestone 1" which involves fleshing out the first world of the game, including new enemies, player abilities, and 30-40 rooms, and the graphics for it all (which seems to be the bulk of the funding requirement).It already looks quite well done, even though it is in the early stages of development. Smooth animations, accurate and responsive movement, and...

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First Japanese sales figures for Sun and Moon Pokémon

2 months 3 weeks ago by adminroot on Rootgamer.com

A week after Japanese release of the new versions of Pokémon and four days after their French release, the first sales figures of Pokémon Soleil and Pokémon Lune begin to unveil. And the least we can say is that the success around the pocket monsters is always there. Thus, the figures recovered by Famitsu are

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Ways to bring your computer games to life

2 months 3 weeks ago by RootGamer on Rootgamer.com

We all love our games. More people are playing computer games than they ever have before and games have been given so many platforms to reach passionate gamers that it’s almost impossible to avoid getting addicted to them these days. So, are you one of the fanatics?

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