[How-To] Stardew Valley on FreeBSD

[How-To] Stardew Valley on FreeBSD

User Wesley Moore shows us how to get Stardew Valley up and running on FreeBSD. Moore credits oshogbo’s post earlier with helping him get Stardew Valley to work properly, among other games. See the link below for the full set of instructions. In, A Year Away...
Games on FreeBSD

Games on FreeBSD

User oshogbo gathers up some notes and guides on how to run Games on FreeBSD. For example, with the command utility fnaify, you can load up some of your favorite Windows games to run on FreeBSD or OpenBSD. Wine is a known Windows emulator originating from Linux....
Nintendo Switch runs FreeBSD

Nintendo Switch runs FreeBSD

The Nintendo Switch, a hybrid home and handheld gaming console, was released last Friday and met with rave reviews. A user found that the Switch runs on a FreeBSD kernel according to the copyright notices. This is the second gaming company to use FreeBSD for their...
Steam on TrueOS via playonbsd

Steam on TrueOS via playonbsd

It looks like running Steam on TrueOS is becoming easier, as reported by Michael Larabel of Phoronix and Josh Smith of TrueOS. Steam can be run using playonbsd, which is based on Wine and can be downloaded from the AppCafe. Check out the link below for the full story...
[How-To] Minecraft with Java and Tmux on FreeBSD

[How-To] Minecraft with Java and Tmux on FreeBSD

This tutorial by user Virtualisation Works will help you get a Minecraft server set up with Java and Tmux on FreeBSD. Follow the link below for the full set of instructions. A virtual world cannot be complete without a virtual reality environment like Minecraft.  In...