Gaming on Linux – Open 3d engine
This was posted to Mastodon, so am sharing here to. Update on the Ppen 3d gaming engine.
Still moving alone quite quickly! The Open 3D Engine (O3DE) from the Open 3D Foundation (headed by The Linux Foundation) is a game engine donated by Amazon based upon Amazon Lumberyard.
An open source voxel game engine. Play one of our many games, mod a game to your liking, make your own game, or play on a multiplayer server.
Available for Windows, macOS, GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, DragonFly BSD, and Android.
I have found this to be a really nice game, I never really got in to Minecraft, but this should easily appeal to those who like minecraft and similar games. Lots of options to build on this, develop levels, mods etc.
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GoDot Conference 2021
Event : GoDot game engine conference
Date : 23rd January 2021
Debian GNU+Linux info
godot3/stable 3.0.6-2 amd64
Full 2D and 3D game engine with editor
godot3-runner/stable 3.0.6-2 amd64
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godot3-server/stable 3.0.6-2 amd64
Headless Godot game engine run-time
golang-github-gobuffalo-envy-dev/stable 1.6.4-1 all
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golang-github-joho-godotenv-dev/stable 1.2.0+git20180115.6bb0851-1 all
Go port of Ruby's dotenv library