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The Humble Double Fine Presents Bundle is out with some nice games

Another week and another new bundle has appeared! The Humble Double Fine Presents Bundle is up for two weeks and there's some pretty good games going.

The 'Linux Steam Integration' project has a fresh minor release out

Back to work at Intel, developer Ikey Doherty has put out a fresh release of the Linux Steam Integration project.

Road to your City, the city-builder with a heavy emphasis on Football has a new trailer and Steam page

Road to your City is a city-builder I highlighted here on GOL back in November, as it's going to set itself apart with a focus on Football (Soccer) and it's starting to look pretty good.

Taste of Power, a new and rather rough real-time strategy game is in Early Access

Taste of Power, a real-time strategy game from OneOcean LLC arrived on Steam back in December in Early Access, I took a look.

Demonizer, a rather intense shoot 'em up on itch has Linux support and a demo

For those who enjoy their classic shoot 'em up experiences, Demonizer on itch is pretty retro looking and the action is rather intense.

ET: Legacy, the open source continuation of Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory has a new release out

I have some pretty fond memories of playing Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory online with friends many years ago, so to see it still alive and kicking with ET: Legacy is awesome.

Odd Realm is a little like Dwarf Fortress and Rimworld that's now in Early Access

Arriving in Early Access just recently is Odd Realm, a 2D simulation game that has you take care of a group of settlers to explore, build and survive.

Tunche, a 2D beat 'em up with a seriously good style will support Linux

Seeking funding on Kickstarter, Tunche is a 2D beat 'em up with intense looking action and a fantastic colourful style to it.

Rocket League can now be played online across Steam and all major consoles

This is a bit of a highlight and something I hope we see more of in future. You can now be matched up with people across Steam and all major consoles in Rocket League.

Valve have detailed some changes coming to Steam in an overview post

I said before we would see Valve start talking a lot more this year, especially with the Epic Store being a thing and we're starting to see that now. Valve have put out a post giving some background on Steam and what's to come in future.

Linux hardware vendor Entroware has unleashed Hades, their first AMD CPU desktop

For those looking to splash out a bit on a new desktop, the Linux hardware vendor Entroware have unleashed Hades, a powerful new desktop computer with Linux pre-loaded.

The FOSS game engine 'Godot Engine' has a very exciting 2019 planned for features

While the big Godot Engine 3.1 release isn't out yet (soon), they're already working out a list of exciting features for the next few versions.

Snip wires, flick buttons and save the world in Bomb Squad Academy

Bomb Squad Academy, a game I totally missed from 2017 (yes really, woops!) is an interesting puzzle game about disarming bombs.

Ultra Off-Road Simulator 2019: Alaska will be supported on Linux with enough requests

The developer of Ultra Off-Road Simulator 2019: Alaska, a surprisingly good looking off-road driving sim may gain Linux support with enough requests.

Rogue Empire, a dungeon-crawling RPG is leaving Early Access later this month with Linux support

Rogue Empire, a dungeon-crawling RPG from Portal Entertainment is ready to leave Early Access on January 25th.
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