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Valve Has Turned On The Greenlight For 34 More Linux Games This April
Posted , 18 April 2014 at 6:12 pm UTC / 9110 views
That's right folks Valve are bringing the easter cheer lighting the way for another 34 Linux games to come out on Steam!

My personal choice items
These are the games I liked the most!

Escape: Sierra Leone

Escape: Sierra Leone is an exploration and survival game created with the CryEngine 3. You're dropped in an open world, based loosely on the real life Banana Islands, about 20 square kilometers in size. Your only goal is to survive and escape the island. You start with no weapons, no supplies, no idea of where to go. Finding these things is totally up to the player.

Dead Years

This is not just another zombie game. It's a rework of the genre where you have to work as a team with the only friend you have left, your dog!

Get Even

Eschewing the usual clich├ęs and gung-ho settings currently inhabiting the FPS genre, Get Even subtlety removes the classic division between single-player and multiplayer experiences to unfold two linked stories.

Confirmed for Linux
These are the titles that prominently listed Linux as a platform on the greenlight page.

Aaru's Awakening
Army and Strategy: The Crusades
Brain Cube Reloaded
Chester United
Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow comes Today
Dead Years
Defense zone 2
Draconian Wars
Escape: Sierra Leone
Get Even
Graywalkers: Purgatory
Hero Generations
Hunted
Inescapable
Knight Squad
Lumo
Magnetic By Nature
Merchants of Kaidan
NeonXSZ
Olympia Rising
Orbital Gear
Popup Dungeon
Positron
Qasir al-Wasat: A Night in-Between
RGB
Spice Road
Spirited Heart
Still Alive
Tales of Adventure 2
The Breakout
Technolust
The Dungeoning
The Saturn 9 Collection
White Noise Online

What are your stand-out games from this set folks? See the full list here. There are some fantastic games lined up for us to destroy our wallets with.

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Anonymous commented on 18 April 2014 at 6:42 pm UTC

Man I was really hoping mists of stagnation would go linux. I was looking into the comments and got a tentative maybe from it, Oh well...we'll see.

The games listed above + Popup Dungeons, Draconian Wars all look pretty good. Nice to see NeonXSZ on that list as well.

Worth mentioning was CubeZ is going UE4, so possible we may see a port of that as well.

Man I was really hoping mists of stagnation would go linux. I was looking into the comments and got a tentative maybe from it, Oh well...we'll see. The games listed above + Popup Dungeons, Draconian Wars all look pretty good. Nice to see NeonXSZ on that list as well. Worth mentioning was CubeZ is going UE4, so possible we may see a port of that as well.

ElectricPrism commented on 18 April 2014 at 8:13 pm UTC

NeonXSZ will be coming to Steam on Linux Fall 2014!!!

I hear there was a major content update too (3 months of development work).
www.NeonXSZ.com

NeonXSZ will be coming to Steam on Linux Fall 2014!!! :) I hear there was a major content update too (3 months of development work). www.NeonXSZ.com

edo commented on 18 April 2014 at 11:48 pm UTC

The game than I have been waiting to be greenlighted is Cue Club 2

The game than I have been waiting to be greenlighted is Cue Club 2

GoCorinthians commented on 19 April 2014 at 2:26 am UTC

Escape: Sierra Leone - A new linux MUST

Escape: Sierra Leone - A new linux MUST :D

Anonymous commented on 19 April 2014 at 6:26 pm UTC

Graywalkers, Lumo and Popup Dungeons all look pretty intriguing.

Graywalkers, Lumo and Popup Dungeons all look pretty intriguing.

manny commented on 19 April 2014 at 6:44 pm UTC

"dead years" is kinda like I am legend movie, cool.

"dead years" is kinda like I am legend movie, cool.

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