Steve Baker is the main developer of PLIB and Tuxedo T. Penguin: A Quest for Herring, and a co-developer of TuxKart with his son, Oliver Baker. He is of British heritage but currently lives and works in Texas. He attended the University of Kent.Read more »
OpenArena is a FPS game intended to be a free replacement for the proprietary Quake III Arena. Both the media and the game are licensed under the GPLv2. The latest version of the game is version 0.8.1 released on October 31th, 2008. The OpenArena project was established on August 19, 2005, the day after the id Tech 3 GPL source code release.Read more »
History is a master list of historical events in the free gaming community organized by years, then by months. They are compiled from various articles on the Libregamewiki.
Information included in here are release date, contests that took place, when projects are started, and much more.Read more »
Tux is the offical mascot of the Linux kernel and is a widely known symbol among the Linux and free software community. He is short, fat, and has yellow duck-like flippers and a beak. He was designed by Larry Ewing based on a suggestion by Alan Cox and he was named by James Hughes. He represents no known penguin, but he most looks the most like a little/fairy penguin.Read more »
Review on the NAEV's project hottest bun right now. NAEV is a 2D top-down perspective free-roaming space game inspired by the game trilogy Escape Velocity. Underlining that its a very promising project, the fourth beta release is already fun to play, as opposed to many other FOSS game projects.Read more »
SuperTuxKart is a racing game featuring the Linux mascot Tux. It is an enhanced fork of TuxKart. The latest version of the game is 0.5 and was released on May 31th, 2008. It is written in the C++ programming language. It uses the library SDL and PLIB for graphics and OpenAL for sounds.
SuperTuxKart was worked on by the GotM team through July to December 2004.Read more »