This database is updated twice a month, usually the 1st and 16th of the month.
- In Tellico format : It’s “The Linux Games Book” in Tellico format. To use it, install Tellico (2.3.5 or above).
Last update: 08/15/2019.
- RSS file : an RSS address database of a growing number of games. To use it, install an RSS Reader (i recommend you QuiteRSS). Then open it, and find in its menu the option “Import Feeds”.
– QuiteRSS is the least beautiful but the most complete and the fastest (very powerful)
– FeedReader is the most beautiful, but at version 2.7.1 there is no export function.
Last update: 08/15/2019 (This is the 5th release).
- Install Tellico from the Debian/Ubuntu repositories or from the Tellico site.
- Download “The Linux Games Book” above in Tellico format.
- Unzip it.
- In it’s directory, click on the file “Le Bottin des Jeux Linux.tc”
- That’s all folks : Enjoy!
- Skins for Tellico: skins & icons
(Not necessary, improves the readability and appearance. Documentation is included)
Last update: 06/04/2017.
- To convert this Tellico database into a SQLite database (thanks to Yves MAINGOY): BottinToSQLite v.1.0 (Python script)
(CC-BY license. Not necessary, allows you to launch all sorts of search queries, and possibly to create a Linux game site with dynamic pages but unfortunately I do not have the time nor the skills for that. Documentation is included)
Last update: 08/17/2019.
- Filters and tags of this data base on Tellico: Filters and Tags
(CC-BY license. Not necessary, perhaps usefull for you if you wan’t to create your own game site)
Last update: 07/29/2019
- Screenshots of games: Screenshots
(If you want to fork this site for example, we provide below all the Screenshots of this site).
Last update: 01/19/2019
Licenses of those screenshots:
- For mines (screenshots with a border of window, when i have made a test of the game) : Do with it whatever you want”.
- For others (Mod DB / Indie DB, Steam, Debian, authors of games) : keep on mind you make promotion of games. Even if some of this screenshots wouldn’t be free, i can’t imagine they complain about using their screenshots (99% of them had been created by authors of games themselves).
Some games or tools difficult to find elsewhere:
(Nothing to see with The Linux Games Book, it’s just for some safeguarding of the software heritage)
- AGS (v.3.1.2 beta 3) et AGS (v. 2.72).
- alienbreed2k5x6.zip (by Team 17) (data for the Wiiab game).
- Chocolate Keen (by NY00123) (v. 0.9.4 Alpha (20140429)).
- Doom 3: the official 1.3.1 patch for Linux (by id Software) (v. 1.3.1).
- Fishie Fishie (binary, 32-bit only, v.1.0).
- FunRacing Crazy drift ! (by Clément Slempkes) (v.3.1).
- Gannatsu (by Alpha Secret Base) (v.1.04).
- GoOllie (v.1.3).
- Green island (by Alpha Secret Base) (v.1.0).
- Invasion of the Blobs (by PyMike) (v.0.5).
- Kaiten Patissier (v.1.03).
- Lunaroid (by PyMike) (v.1.0).
- Mr Fuze (by PyMike) (v.1.2).
- Ore Explorer (Linux demo of an old commercial game, with Debian Python package).
- Paratrooper (by Bart Spaans) (v.1.2.3).
- Pixelman 3 (by PyMike) (v.1.0).
- psX emulator (binary, v.1.13).
- Pycadia (v.0.5.1).
- Robolts (by Satanas, PyMike & Geometrian) (v.0.4.7).
- Steel Storm episode 1 (v.1.00.02718).
- StuffIt (v.520.611, an utility to compress/uncompress on “.sit” Mac format).
- Super Mario War (Linux binary v.1.8 Beta2).
- Super Mario War (Windows binary v.1.8 Beta2).
- Super Mario War (Linux source v.1.8 Beta2).
- Super Mario War: Stomp Arena (v.Alpha).
- ThrustIIreloaded.love (It works with love 0.9.1 and 0.10.0).
- Tundra (v.0.7).