Linux game development on Ubuntu: Godot and Unity | Ubuntu
A new year, a new instalment of our gaming on Ubuntu blog series! This month we’re covering Linux game development tools on Ubuntu Desktop, something that may be particularly useful for anyone taking part in the upcoming Global Game Jam.
Global Game Jam is the world’s largest game creation event taking place all around the globe. Participants run 48-hour game development hackathons, and every project is based on the same theme, announced during the Global Game Jam video keynote. It’s a great way to get started with game development if you’ve never tried it before. For veteran developers, it’s an opportunity to experiment or try out new ideas that might not be possible on their regular projects.
Linux game development on Ubuntu
Whilst game development tools on Ubuntu are still maturing in a lot of ways, that doesn’t mean it’s impossible- or even that difficult- to create great games on Linux. In this post we’ll take you through two of our favourite game…