Skip Navigation
Jump
The penultimate list of Free Linux games, with over 100 titles!
  • Been a long time since I played it myself, but it was my first introduction to space sims.

    Development of the game picked up again just a year or so ago, after a long time of hiatus.

    Yeah, the game looked nice over 15 years ago, but the graphics haven't updated at all, so the visuals are incredibly dated. Gameplay is still quite solid, though, and the background simulation aspect of the game is still on-par with Elite Dangerous, so I'd say it's a pretty good choice if someone is looking for a FOSS space sim.

    1
  • Jump
    The penultimate list of Free Linux games, with over 100 titles!
  • The space sim lidt seems to be missing Vega Strike.

    1
  • Jump
    Roku explores taking over HDMI feeds with ads
  • We are living in a cyberpunk dystopia right now. Or the beginnings of one. We're just missing all the cool and badass stuff from the genre.

    1
  • Jump
    What is that movie you saw at too young an age that still haunts you to this day?
  • Watership Down.

    Like, after I saw that movie as a kid, horrible things in other movies didn't really have an impact. Well... That, and I understood movies were all make-belief. I used to love watching making-of features for movies.

    1
  • Jump
    Do not DARE call me cute!
  • Literally every cute person ever. XD

    11
  • Jump
    No Man's Sky Orbital Update brings full ship customisation and a complete space station overhaul
  • I have yet to find any mods that improve the game in the way I'd like... Or that will even work with the latest version of the game.

    1
  • Jump
    No Man's Sky Orbital Update brings full ship customisation and a complete space station overhaul
  • Yeah. Kind of.

    Some people have already given their take, so I'll add to it:

    The game has a couple of hours of actual, fun content. After those couple of hours you'll start to notice that everything is the same. Oh sure, the creatures and plants are made of different parts, but that's as far as the differences go. Every planet has the exact same pattern, every system has a space station with the exact same functions, so eventually it really feels like exploration doesn't matter. Which kinda sucks for a game that's supposed to be about exploration.

    I've always said that exploration would've been far more impactful if the universe of No Man's Sky had just a bit more realism in it. This would mean most planets would be frozen iceballs or low atmosphere dustballs with no life on them. This would make discovering a planet with life on it quite momentous. It would also eliminate the problem of quickly finding out all life on every planet is exactly the same.

    4
  • Jump
    Twelve years after the death of Steve Jobs, the cracks are starting to appear at Apple
  • Except he didn't. Jobs progressed technology by essentially bullying engineers into making it a reality. Musk didn't even put that effort in. He bought companies that were already doing these things

    6
  • Jump
    Twelve years after the death of Steve Jobs, the cracks are starting to appear at Apple
  • Except I can look at Jobs' history and see an actual progression in technology. With Musk there is literally nothing but nonsensical hyped up promises.

    24
  • Jump
    TIL you can remove tags such as horror from itch.io using ?exclude=tg.horror in the url.
  • Yes, I use this to hide visual novels, otherwise one would drown in them.

    Unfortunately it only works for excluding just one tag, and there are people in the forums, going as far back as 8 bloody years, begging for there to be a proper tag exclusion system.

    5
  • Jump
    Who’s Behind All the ‘Pussy in Bio’ on X?
  • Baby don't hurt me, don't hurt me, no more.

    14
  • Jump
    That's why we need two ssds for dual boot
  • This is why I don't dual-boot.

    7
  • Jump
    At a coffee shop in Kyiv after a missile attack, "We are unbreakable. The missile hit, we continue our work"
  • This strongly reminds me of WWII England and their "Carry on!" attitude. Read stories about how families would hide together in the London Underground, and just have casual social conversations with tea and biscuits while the bombs destroyed their homes above their heads.

    12
  • Jump
    How many times have you pooped your pants as an adult? What were the situations you were in when that happened?
  • As an adult, only once ever. Though it's rather difficult to properly call it poop:

    Dysentery. Was homeless. Was thirsty. Drank contaminated water. Ended up shitting transparent slime mixed with blood.

    11
  • Jump
    Video Shows First Neuralink Patient Playing Mario Kart With His Mind
  • I keep reminding people that this technology was already in development, that Elon and is Neuralink isn't a unique invention...

    11
  • Jump
    Modder claims Star Wars: Battlefront Classic Collection used their work without permission
  • If you're not looking for a debate, don't say stupid things.

    17
  • Jump
    The Magnificent Seven (1960 1080p)
  • Aw man, I was hoping to see the full movie in Swahili.

    1
  • Jump
    That's such a Tom thing to do
  • Tom Bombadil is a weird character that appears early in the Hobbit's journey in the first book.

    He lives alone in the forest with his wife and lives very carefree, despite potentially being the most powerful entity in all of Middle Earth or Arda in general. The ring has no effect over him, and he didn't turn invisible when he wore it.

    Tom Bombadil is just sort of... A thing that happens. It has no real bearing on the story and contributes to almost nothing. He does save the Hobbits, twice; once from some grumpy tree and once more from some restless dead, but cutting him out entirely doesn't change the story of The Lord of the Rings in any way, which is why he's not in the movies.

    The only other mention of Tom Bombadil in all three books is Elrond hoping he would've accepted his invitation to his Council.

    23
  • Jump
    Landlord wants to throw the garage out with the bathwater
  • What kind of professional help would you recommend?

    Shinobi? Persian Immortals? A French hitman, perhaps?

    2
  • I apologize if this video has already been posted here. I did a rudimentary look through the posts of the past few days and couldn't see it.

    139
    24

    Recently discovered The Art of Noise by looking up Max Headroom. Found a bunch of tracks I like that fit well with my already existing Spotify playlists.

    However, I want to find more music like three of the dance tracks on the album Dreaming. specifically like the tracks "Colour Red", "Colour Maroon", and "Colour White".

    Any recommended tracks/albums/artists?

    4
    1

    I want to get back into reading, so I'm thinking of getting a Paperwhite. But I have no idea if it's possible to transfer files to it from a computer, and I have no experience with pirating books.

    Do I go to the same places I torrent movies and games or are there special places dedicated to E-Books?

    EDIT: So many awesome answers on here! You guys have been very helpful. Thanks a lot!

    293
    125