Finnish developer Frozenbyte has today announced Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power, a third game in their award winning Trine series.
A recent editorial from Defenders Quest developer Lars Doucet has sparked my interest, and it has arisen from the news that GameMaker has been acquired by a gambling company.
The 2D adventure game Shipwreck is now available on Steam. It's been covered previously before when it was only available for Linux gamers via Desura and the Humble Store. Fans of the older Zelda games will probably jump at this.
The horror-themed Decay: The Mare arrived recently on Steam, adding to the list of darker games available for Linux.
Destination Sol is an open world game featuring spacecraft and randomly generated star systems and planets. It's an open source project and has recently found its way onto Steam.
Dota 2's popularity is still continuing to surge, and it has recently hit a new milestone of over 1 million players.
Bundle Stars have unleashed their 'Trinity Bundle' and all games support Linux. You can save a massive amount of money buying this bundle!
Feral Interactive really do love their teasers don't they! This time we have a music sheet for you to work out!
Legends of Eisenwald never reached the Linux stretch goal to come to Linux right away, but it was always coming and the developers have reconfirmed this.
xoreos is a FLOSS project aiming to reimplement BioWare's Aurora engine (and derivatives), covering their games Neverwinter Nights and potentially up to Dragon Age II. This is a status update on the work involving the game Jade Empire.
Enter the Gungeon is a recent discovery that has me excited! It looks similar to Nuclear Throne in an over the top kind of way, and I love it.
An indie tribute to J-RPG classics. Explore a universe blending fantasy with science-fiction, intense ATB battles and branching story.
Linux Gaming is dead they said, Linux Gaming is pointless they said...ah whatever. Here’s a look at what’s to come for us in 2015 and beyond.
Techland have release a bigger patch this time around to fix lots of issues, but the game is still damn awful on Linux.
Artifex Mundi has had a strong presence on Steam for Linux since they got through Steam Greenlight last year. Last month they published their 14th game on the digital store, and as usual it was a same-day release for Linux on Steam.
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