Linux is a free, open source, Unix-like operating system that forms the basis of many other operating systems, such as Ubuntu. This tag should be used when the question is specifically about a Linux-based version of a game, or about gaming on Linux devices, (such as PC and mobile).
I have a small Minecraft server (beta 1.5), and every time I log in via offline mode from a client, my name is "Player". How can I change that? I know of a way to do it in Windows but it doesn't ...
I am currently trying to make my own texture pack for Minecraft, I keep looking for the BIN file on the folders but I can't find anything. I want to make my own texture pack but I can't seem to find ...
I have downloaded the game "Undertale" on the Linux Steam client using this method. However, Steam recognizes that the game does not run natively on Linux and will not allow me to start "Undertale" ...
In nethack, you can't save and reload if you die. I want to do this. Is there a distribution of nethack that will let me?
I get a strange rendering problem in Portal on Linux (via the latest Steam beta). I'm running on integrated Intel HD4000 with fairly recent modules/drivers (up to date Arch). Everything is smooth and ...
I was wondering if it is possible to install and play Steam games like Skyrim off a Linux or Unix-base Operating System (OS), such as FreeBSD or OpenSUSE? Update: Apart from installing through Wine, ...
I put off getting the humble indie bundle because I wanted to wait till I could make a large donation and I apparently waited too long. How do I buy Torchlight for Linux now that the bundle is over?
I have tried to search for it in my home directory and my .minecraft directory without any success. find / -name terrain.png also outputs nothing.