Purism wants to teach you how to create games for your phone with Linux

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Purism, the maker of security and privacy-focused Linux notebooks, has announced a upcoming partnership with GDquest.

GDquest, a company focused on designing indie games, will have a partnership with Purism to teach you how to create games that are compatible with the upcoming Linux-based smartphone, Librem 5.

GDquest founder Nathan Lovato will produce several tutorial videos for Purism in order to demonstrate how to create a mobile game for GNU / Linux systems and publish them on the PureOS Store.

"Indie game designers will want to know that Nathan Lovato, expert designer and founder of GDquest, will be running a series of tutorials explaining how to make high-quality adaptive games using the Godot graphics engine; the tutorials show how to make a game and release it for the Librem 5, as well as publishing it on the PureOS Store.”Mentions Purism.

The mobile game design Nathan Lovato will try to teach will be based on the popular Godot graphics engine, a tool that works for 2D and 3D. One of the tutorials will teach you how to install your game in Librem 5 and play it. A total of three videos will be published in the next week.

Purism recently announced that it would launch its first app store, PureOS Store, which will contain apps for both your mobile and your laptops. The company hopes that many developers will be interested in creating applications for their mobile with Linux, which will reach the world in April.


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