Tag: Linux

How to play House Flipper on Linux

House Flipper is a unique game that allows the player to renovate homes. The game was developed by Empyrean and published by Frozen District and PlayWay SA. Here’s how to get it working on Linux. Getting House Flipper working on Linux House Flipper natively supports both Microsoft Windows and Mac OS and not Linux. However, […]

How to play The Riftbreaker on Linux

The Riftbreaker is a base-building survival video game with RPG elements. It was developed by EXOR Studios and published by Surefire Games. Here’s how you can play The Riftbreaker on Linux. Getting The Riftbreaker working on Linux The Riftbreaker isn’t native to Linux, but you can play it on Linux if you configure it correctly. […]

How to install Calligra Words on Linux

Calligra Words is a wordprocessor from the KDE project. It allows for frame-based editing, document embedding, user interface customization, and other excellent features. Here’s how to set up Calligra Words on your Linux system. Ubuntu installation instructions Since Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, Calligra Words has been available for users to install. So, if you’re an Ubuntu […]

How to play Project CARS 2 on Linux

Project CARS 2 is a racing video game developed and published by Slightly Mad Studios for Windows and other platforms. The game was never released for Linux, but it is possible to play on the platform thanks to some tweaking. Here’s how to do it. Getting Project CARS 2 working on Linux Project CARS 2 […]

How to install Oracle VirtualBox on Linux

Oracle’s VirtualBox tool is excellent for emulating other operating systems. If you’re using Linux and you need to run something like Microsoft Windows, Android x86, BSD, and others, you’ll want to install this program on your computer. Here’s how to do it. Ubuntu installation instructions On Ubuntu, the Oracle VM VirtualBox app is available in […]

How to play DayZ on Linux

DayZ is a survival game developed and published by Bohemia Interactive. It is the successor to the ARMA 2 modification that bears the same name. Here’s how you can play DayZ on Linux. Getting DayZ working on Linux DayZ is not a native Linux game, sadly, but thanks to Valve’s hard work with Proton and […]

How to play Super Flight on Linux

Superflight is a wingsuit adventure game. It was developed and published by GrizzlyGames. The game was released on Windows. However, it is possible to it working on Linux. Here’s how to set it up on your Linux computer. Getting Super Flight working on Linux Superflight isn’t a Linux game, but thanks to Proton and Steam […]

How to play Crab Game on Linux

Crab Game is an FPS multiplayer game where players compete through minigames until one player remains. It is based upon the popular Netflix series “Squid Game.” Here’s how to play it on Linux. Getting Crab Game working on Linux Crab Game is a native Linux game, so you will not have to configure Steam Play […]

How to play PlanetSide 2 on Linux

PlanetSide 2 is a free-to-play MMOFPS video game developed by Rogue Planet Games and published by Daybreak Game Company. This guide will go over how you can play PlaneSide 2 on Linux. Getting PlanetSide 2 working on Linux Planetside 2 works on Linux excellently, thanks to the recent updates to Battle Eye, allowing anti-cheat through […]

How to upgrade to Blender 3 on Linux

Blender 3.0 is here! With it, 3.0 comes many excellent new features and performance improvements. If you’re an avid user of Blender, you’ll want to get this latest upgrade. Here’s how you can upgrade Blender to 3.0. Ubuntu instructions If you’d like to upgrade to Blender 3 on Ubuntu Linux, you must install Blender via […]

How to play Borderlands 3 on Linux

Borderlands 3 is the third installment in the Borderlands action RPG FPS series. The game was developed by Gearbox Software and published by 2K Games. Here’s how you can play it on your Linux PC. Getting Borderlands 3 working on Linux Unlike the other Borderlands games, Borderlands 3 is not a native Linux title. Instead, […]

How to play Timelie on Linux

Timelie is a single-player stealth and puzzle game developed and published by Urnique Studio. The game was developed in Unity and was released on Microsoft Windows and Mac OS. Here’s how you can play it on Linux. Getting Timelie working on Linux Timelie is native to Windows as well as Mac OS. However, there was […]

How to play Arma 3 on Linux

Arma 3 is an open-world, realistic tactical military FPS. It was developed and published by Bohemia Interactive. If you’re a fan of real shooters, Arma 3 is a must-play. Here’s how you can play Arma 3 on your Linux PC. Getting Arma 3 working on Linux Arma 3 is a Windows game, but it works […]

How to play Bayonetta on Linux

Bayonetta is a hack and slash video game series developed by Platinum Games and published by Sega. Here’s how you can get Bayonetta working on your Linux PC. Getting Bayonetta working on Linux Bayonetta is a game meant for Microsoft Windows. However, it can work reasonably well on Linux with the help of Steam. That […]

Black Ops III on Linux

Call of Duty: Black Ops III is a military FPS game developed by Treyarch and published by Activision. It is the 12th game in the COD franchise. Here’s how you can play this game on Linux. Getting Call of Duty: Black Ops III working on Linux Call of Duty: Black Ops III is a game […]

How to play Dead Cells on Linux

Dead Cells is a roguelike video game inspired by Metroid and Castlevania. It was developed and published by Motion Twin. Here’s how you can play Dead Cells on your Linux PC. Getting Dead Cells working on Linux Dead Cells is a native Linux video game. That said, it can only be played on your Linux […]

How to install Aseprite on Linux

Aseprite is a pixel-art program that users can use to create 2D animations for video games. It is paid software, and users can purchase the product via the official website. However, the source code is also available for free. Here’s how to install Aseprite on Linux. Steam If you’re OK with paying 19$, Aseprite is […]

How to play 911 Operator on Linux

911 Operator puts the player in the role of a 911 dispatcher for emergency lines and services. It is a fun and challenging video game. It was developed by Jutsu Games and published by Games Operators. Here’s how you can play 911 Operator on Linux. How to get 911 Operator working on Linux 911 Operator […]

How to play The Witness on Linux

The Witness is a 2016 puzzle-exploration game developed and published by Thekla Inc. In the game, the player explores an open island and solves puzzles hidden in the environment. Here’s how to play it on your Linux computer. Getting The Witness working on Linux The Witness is an excellent game, but unfortunately, it doesn’t work […]

How to play Spelunky on Linux

Spelunky is a 2D platformer game for Microsoft Windows, Xbox, PlayStation, Chrome OS, and Nintendo Switch. Here’s how you can play Spelunky on your Linux computer. Getting Spelunky working on Linux Spelunky is not a native Linux game, but it still works thanks to Steam in Proton. Unfortunately, the Proton feature only works on Linux […]

How to install LosslessCut on Linux

Are you in need of a good video editor on Linux that can handle lossless footage? Check out Lossless Cut. It is a light non-linear editor for Linux and can take your footage without any quality loss. Here’s how to install it on Linux. AppImage installation instructions A great way to install the Lossless Cut […]

How to install SpeedCrunch on Linux

Are you in need of a scientific calculator for your Linux PC? Can’t find anything good to use? Check out SpeedCrunch! It’s a high-precision, scientific calculator that sports tons of features and a speedy keyboard-driven interface. Here’s how to set it up on your system. Ubuntu installation instructions SpeedCrunch is available for installation on Ubuntu […]

How to use the Buttercup password manager on Linux

Buttercup is an advanced, open-source password vault. It encrypts your passwords with AES 256bit cryptography to keep them safe. If you’re tired of proprietary password solutions on Linux and want something open-source, you’ll love this guide. In this tutorial, we’ll go over how to install Buttercup on Linux. We’ll also show you how to set […]

How to use YouTube Music on the Linux desktop

YouTube Music is an excellent service. But, sadly, there is no official client for Linux users to enjoy the service. Thankfully, the community has taken it upon itself to create an unofficial YouTube Music app. Here’s how to use it on your system. Installing YouTube Music on Linux YouTube Music isn’t officially on Linux. However, […]

How to use and install Stremio on Linux

Stremio is a media center that allows users to watch movies, TV shows, and even YouTube videos instantaneously. It also supports DLNA and many other features. Here’s how to use Stremio on Linux. Installing Stremio on Linux The Stremio application is available for a wide variety of Linux operating systems through the official Stremio website. […]

How to install JetBrains GoLand on Linux

JetBrains GoLand is a rich Go programming language editor for Windows, Mac, and Linux. It supports dozens of plugins that can be used to make it feel more at home for a wide variety of developers. Here’s how to get it working on Linux. Generic Linux installation instructions The best way to get JetBrains GoLand […]

How to install Prusa Slicer on Linux

Prusa Slicer is the in-house developed slicer tool built by Prusa for their 3D printers. If you’ve got a Prusa rig and need to slice some 3D files on Linux, you’ll want to install the Prusa Slicer app. Here’s how to do it. Note: To use the Prusa Slicer application on Linux, you will need […]

How to play Trine Enchanted Edition on Linux

 Trine Enchanted Edition is the updated release for “Trine,” a 2009 side-scrolling platforming video game. Trine takes place in a medieval fantasy setting and was released on Microsoft Windows, PS3, PS4, MacOS, and Linux. Here’s how to play  Trine Enchanted Edition on your Linux PC. Getting Trine Enchanted Edition working on Linux Trine Enhanced Edition […]

How to record your Linux desktop with Kooha

If you’ve ever wanted to record your Linux desktop but don’t like how the existing screen recorder apps on Linux are ugly and confusing to use, you’ll like Kooha. It is an elegant screen recorder app that is designed around user-friendliness and ease of use. Here’s how to use it to record your desktop on […]

How to play Trine 2 on Linux

Trine 2 is the sequel to Trine, a puzzle-platforming action-adventure side-scroller game. It was developed by Frozenbyte and released in December 2011 for Windows, PS3, and Xbox 360. Later in 2012, it made its way to Linux. Here’s how to play it on your Linux system. Getting Trine 2 working on Linux Trine 2 is […]

How to play Trine 3 on Linux

Trine 3 is an action/puzzle-platformer video game developed by Frozenbyte. It is the successor to Trine 2 and was released on August 20th, 2015. The game is on Microsoft Windows, Xbox, PS4, Mac OS, and Linux. Here’s how to get it working on your Linux PC. Getting Trine 3 working on Linux Trine 3 works […]

How to play Elite Dangerous on Linux

Elite Dangerous is a space flight simulator game developed and published by Frontier Developments. In the game, the player takes control of the “Commander” and goes on exploration missions. Here’s how to play the game on Linux. Elite Dangerous works on Linux, but only if you install the Linux release of Steam, as it is […]