Posts from February 2013

  • Blog: Steam Client now available in Ubuntu Software Center

    Starting today, users can install the Steam Client with a few simple clicks in our Software Center, the fastest and safest way to install thousands of paid and free applications on Ubuntu. Canonical and Valve have worked closely together to make Ubuntu the best performing open platform for gaming and now the ultimate entertainment platform […]

  • Blog: Four new hot indie games arrive in Ubuntu Software Center

    The Humble Indie Bundle 7 is in the Ubuntu Software Center and just in time for some holiday gaming. The masterful indie games coming to Ubuntu this time are Closure, Shank 2, Snapshot and Legend of Grimrock. These games debut in Ubuntu thanks to the Humble Indie Bundle 7 which is our favorite cross platform, […]

  • Blog: Unity Technologies releases 4.0 including game export for Ubuntu

    The Unity cross-platform development tool version 4 has been released from beta into the growing world of Ubuntu game development. Every Unity developer is now only a few clicks away from publishing in the Ubuntu Software Center with Unity 4.0’s new Linux Deployment Preview. You can download a 30-day preview of all the Pro features, […]

  • Blog: Humble Indie Bundle 6 brings six new games to the Ubuntu Software Center

    UPDATE: We’ve just added four more amazing titles to the Humble Indie Bundle 6! If you’ve already picked up a bundle, you’ll find BIT.TRIP RUNNER, Gratuitous Space Battles, Jamestown, and Wizorb available now if you beat the average. This brings the bundle to ten games strong! Humble Indie Bundle 6 is upon us – and […]

  • Blog: Ubuntu and Unite 2012

    We’ve already written about Unity Technologies, supporting publishing applications to Linux in the next release of their platform, Unity 4.0. Canonical attended Unity’s Unite developer conference in Amsterdam, held 21-24 August, to meet with the nearly 1,200 Unity employees and developers and see first hand what to expect in Unity 4.0. In Amsterdam, the Unite […]

  • Blog: Another major game platform to support Ubuntu; Unity 4 to support Ubuntu

    Unity Technologies announced Monday that the next version of Unity will support publishing to Ubuntu. This is fantastic news because it will enable developers to deliver their new and existing games to Ubuntu users very easily. The Unity 4 game engine delivers new features like the Mecanim animation technology and a boost in game fidelity […]

  • Blog: Humble Indie Bundle 5 comes to the Ubuntu Software Centre

    Good news for Ubuntu gamers! We’re excited to be partnering with the Humble Indie Bundle for their newest collection of incredible games, which is available now. This means that following the purchase of the games from Humble Bundle, Ubuntu users will be able to install their games on Ubuntu more easily than ever, using the […]

  • Blog: New titles in the Ubuntu Software Center

    Things are really ramping up with submissions into the Ubuntu Software Center. With a app per day being submitted, the packaging team is getting busy keeping up with the cool applications arriving! TRAUMA is likely the most interesting new submission. Very unique. You are in the mind of a traumatized young woman as she has […]