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Command & Conquer source code released, C&C Remastered now available for $20

As promised, EA has released the source code for the first two games in the Command & Conquer series of real-time strategy games. The source code for the original C&C Tiberian Dawn and Red Alert games is now available at Github under a GPL version 3.0 license. The move came ahead of today’s release of Command […]

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Command & Conquer Remastered Collection is coming soon — and so is source code for two games

Popular real-time-strategy came Command & Conquer turns 25 this year, and EA plans to release a Command & Conquer Remastered Collection in June to celebrate the anniversary. The new $20 package will feature updated versions two games in the series — Tiberian Dawn and Red Alert featuring 4K graphics and remastered music. Ahead of launch, EA’s […]

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60+ freebies for while you’re stuck at home

Disclosure: Some links on this page are monetized by the Skimlinks and Amazon affiliate programs. An unprecedented number of people around the globe are being told to stay at home as a public health measure in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus and COVID-19. But just because you’re stuck at home doesn’t mean you […]

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Epic Games Store will keep giving away free games in 2020

When the Epic Games Store launched in 2019, one of the company’s strategies for getting folks to install its Steam alternative was to give away at least one PC game every week for free (and sometimes more than one). The promotion was originally set to run through the end of the year. But now Epic […]

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Microsoft’s game streaming coming in October, next-gen console in 2020

Google isn’t the only company getting ready to launch a game streaming service later this year. Microsoft has announced that it will launch a preview of its upcoming Project xCloud service in October, allowing users to stream over 3,500 games over the internet. Users will also be able to stream games from their own Xbox […]

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Daily Deals (1-11-2019)

Epic Games recently launched its own game store, and the company is hoping to attract developers by taking a smaller share of revenue than Steam and most other competitors. Meanwhile, Epic is hoping to attract customers by offering a free game every two weeks. Right now that means you can pick up a free copy […]

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Google’s Project Stream will let you play AAA games in the Chrome web browser (starting with Assassin’s Creed Odyssey)

Google wants to let make it possible for you to play the latest PC games in a web browser. Rather than load a game on a PC with powerful hardware, the game would actually be running on a remote server — which means all you need to play is a halfway decent computer and a […]

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Steam for Linux now lets you play (some) Windows games on Linux

Valve’s Steam game platform supports Windows, Mac, and Linux. But up until recently it was up to developers to decide which operating systems to support… and the vast majority are Windows-only, followed by a smaller number of apps that support macOS and around 3 thousand that support Linux. But now the number of Steam games […]