Wyndle Gedit, Geany, Visual studio code, Atom.. Don't need anything fancy you just need a text editor. Pythons pretty handy that way! Also since you are on Linux it's already installed. Just make sure to run python3 if you want to use python 3.
I use vim with YouCompliteMe. I'm not sure if I'd recommend it though, as people who might like vim usually already know vim.
MrSatan Haha isn't that the truth 😃
CodeLite (Open Source)
NeoVim (Open Source, replacement for Vim)
No love for Amethyst?
It's a bit rough around the edges, but it's looking to become something great.
Somthing I just found is called helm, its a synthisyzer. Ive been playing around with it and just making a bunch of awesome sounds.
There is a free software video editor called Pitivi.
Gamefromscratch Is a great YT channel all about game dev stuff. Not all of it is about Linux or open source software, but there is a lot of OSS and Linux compatible programs. What i like the most about him is that he tries to find small and sometimes great software that you may have never heard of. He also has two websites Gamefromscratch, and Devga.me.
GraphicsGale is what I personally use for dedicated spriting/pixel art. It's Windows only but runs flawlessly through WINE.
Hubro every valve game up until 2004 uses goldsource; dota 2 and artifact use source 2. so you were nearly right haha
how about GZDoom engine?
this too (Vault) is being made for linux:
Yeah it's in the list! Also I meant to add Godot but for some reason left it out will definitely add it now.
Add GZDoom! Love me some GZDoom or more specifically brutal doom 🙂
GoDot is looking great! That's a great video. Click to watch it! I'd like to see GoDot be in common use.
Unity Technologies announced a Unity Linux Editor.
Raven67854 I was linking an amazing promotional Godot video. Godot is in your list twice.
Axiom Is it really? I honestly didn't see it though! Ugh the list so massive rofl.. Maybe I need to sort it better.
The thread is so handy 🙂
gbryant as handy as libhandy?
Very handy 😁
Very handy indeed, I've discovered so many new tools from this list. Thanks Raven!