Never Obsolete posts screenshots of computing, tech and gaming from times gone by. You can follow at:

➡️ @256

The posts seem to provoke a lot of memories, it is well worth reading the comments 😃

Frame The Game is a video channel about gaming, covering games themselves, game design and history. You can follow at:

➡️ @framethegame

The complete set of videos is also visible at

Al's Geek Lab is a video account about retro gaming, technology and related stuff. You can follow at:

➡️ @alsgeeklab

Because TILvids is quite a new instance, many of the older posts may be invisible on your instance. You can see all of them at:

Godot Engine is a free open source game engine with support for 3D and 2D games. You can follow at:

➡️ @godotengine

It's available for Linux, Mac and Windows. You can download it from

"RPG in a Box" is an example of software created with Godot, you can follow at:

➡️ @rpginabox

It lets you create your own RPGs with isometric voxel graphics.

The Linux Game Book is a database of info about thousands of games for Linux, in English and French. You can follow at:

➡️ @Le_bottin_des_jeux_linux

The website is at lebottindesjeuxlinux.tuxfamily

Head Swap is a bizarre, sometimes disturbing bot which randomly combines heads and bodies of famous characters from games and animation. You can follow at:

➡️ @headswap

Anatoly Shashkin has an account full of nostalgia about DOS games, including screenshots, clips, videos and podcasts. You can follow at:

➡️ @dosnostalgic

The website is at

Gaming On Linux is a news site about (yes, you've guessed it!) games that run on Linux computers. You can follow their official account at:

➡️ @gamingonlinux

Their website is at

Chris Were's PeerTube channel is an entertaining collection of videos about Linux, FOSS, computing, gaming and sometimes other stuff. You can follow the channel at:

➡️ @chriswere

(Also, if you want to browse the videos in the full PeerTube interface, try going to )

Chris has Mastodon accounts for non-video posts at:

➡️ @ChrisWere (computing stuff) & @ChrisWere (non-computing stuff)

GamesIndustry is a gaming business news site, and is one of the first major news sites to have an official account on the Fediverse.

You can follow them at:


Their site is at

Minetest is a free open source alternative to Minecraft. The official account is:


You can also follow a Minetest world building project called Illuna:


There's also an unofficial Minetest video channel:


The actual Minetest app is available for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and BSD from the official site at

0 A.D. is a free open source real time strategy game with a historical setting (sort of like "Age of Empires"). The developers are on the Fediverse:


The alpha version is available for Windows, Mac and Linux from the official site:

If you want to help development or donate to the project, you can find out how on their website.


This is a brand new server run by the main developers of the project as a spin-off of 🐘 It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!