Minetest is a FOSS alternative to Minecraft, and has just received a major update. Follow at:

➡️ @Minetest

It's available for Linux, Mac, Windows, Android and BSD from the official site:


The update makes it much easier to access game modes and mods. If you haven't tried it in a while, it might be worth another look.

Also check out this world-building project called Illuna:

➡️ @illunaminetest


If you're interested in news stories about the gaming business right now (goodness knows why 😁 ), you might like to follow GamesIndustry, the largest gaming industry news site. It has an official account on the Fediverse at:

➡️ @GIbiz

The website is at gamesindustry.biz

Slope's Game Room is a popular YouTube account about the history of video games, and they are now also posting their videos on the Fediverse. You can follow at:

➡️ @slopesgameroom

The latest video is a history of Konami's Castlevania series:


GDQuest is an organisation that promotes free open source software in game development. They have a video channel at:

➡️ @gdquest

Their website is at gdquest.com

If the videos aren't yet visible on your instance, you can see them all directly at tilvids.com/accounts/gdquest/v

The FOSS software they promote is also on the Fediverse, such as @godotengine, @Krita and @Blender

Zughy is a pixel artist and creator of mods for Minetest, you can follow at:

➡️ @zughy

Minetest is a FOSS alternative to Minecraft, you can follow it at @Minetest

HexDSL is a video blogger who posts entertaining chats about Linux, video games and assorted tech stuff. You can follow at:

➡️ @hexdsl

Here's an example video which combines all three topics:


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 tilvids.com/accounts/frametheg

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 godotengine.org

"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 dosnostalgia.com

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 gamingonlinux.com

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 share.tube/accounts/chriswere/ )

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 gamesindustry.biz

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 minetest.net/

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 mastodon.social 🐘 It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!