Lutris is a new gaming platform for Linux that aims at providing easy game installation, configuration and launching system for games. It is different from other services like PlayOnLinux as it integrates a large number of games from a number of different systems that includes console emulators also.Read more »
The Wine development release 1.1.41 is now available.
What's new in this release:
- A wide range of Direct3D improvements.
- Support for SHA-256, SHA-384, and SHA-512 algorithms.
- A number of MSHTML fixes.
- Support for mp3 decoding on Mac OS X.
- Various widl improvements.
- More typelib fixes.
- OLE storage improvements.
- Various bug fixes.
If you yearn for the operating systems or arcade games of the past, and are willing to make the effort to bring them back to life, free and open source software is definitely the way to go. Green screens and might-have beens, operating systems and games, BeOS, Amiga OS or DOS can be relived and replayed through a host of emulators, simulators or rewrites in varying stages of completion.Read more »
QEMU, the popular open-source processor emulator that can be run as a user-space program and also has found its way into use by the KVM and VirtualBox projects, will soon reach version 0.10.0Read more »
DOSBox is a freely available, cross-platform PC emulator. Rather than attempting to be the technology leader as a business-orientated virtualization environment like VMware or Qemu, DOSBox instead offers a rich set of features aimed at closely recreating the behaviour of a retro gaming PC.Read more »