Here's a fun one, Lord of Dwarves from developer Stellar Sage Games is a game about helping a kingdom of dwarves survive, build, and prosper. It's made on Linux too and releasing in Early Access in March.
For those wanting to check out another open source game or perhaps see how they're made, Dead Ascend might be a fun choice for a little adventure.
System Shock, the remake coming eventually from Nightdive Studios continues along in development and it's looking impressive.
At the start of this year, I gave a little mention to vkQuake2, a project which has updated the classic Quake 2 with various improvements including Vulkan support.
For those brave enough to attempt to get more Windows games to run through Steam Play, Protontricks is a handy solution and it's been forked.
Hello everyone, I hope you're all having a good weekend playing some fun games. Just a reminder, that we rely on user support.
Valve are pushing out updates rather often to the Steam client lately, with the fourth this month now out.
No need to worry about a sour aftertaste here, we're of course talking about the wonderful software and not the tasty liquid.
We've seen plenty of robots and we've seen a fair amount of fish, but have you seen a fish controlling a robot with a sword? Say hello to Feudal Alloy.
Another lovely looking retro-inspired platformer! Ravva and the Cyclops Curse from developer Galope just released this week with Linux support.
Sometimes when looking around for new games I come across something that really catches my eye, Battle Motion is one such game as it looks completely silly.
Now that Steam has the ability officially to override a Linux game and run it through Steam Play instead, let's take a quick look at some differences in performance.
If you have one of the more recent NVIDIA RTX graphics cards, here's an interesting project for you to try. Q2VKPT from developer Christoph Schied implements some really quite advanced techniques.
We have a lot of roguelikes available on Linux (seriously, we do) yet Dicey Dungeons from Terry Cavanagh, Marlowe Dobbe, and Chipzel still remains fresh due to the rather unique game mechanics.
Zombie Panic! Source is currently going through an overhaul, as part of this it's coming to Linux with a version now in beta and the latest update should make it a better experience.
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