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Another week has almost finished, it's now the weekend and it's super hot here which means it's time to hide indoors and play games.

For me, it's been a real mix of things recently. With the announcement that EVERSPACE 2 is coming to Linux, I've decided to brush up on my piloting skills in the original. I'm still amazed at how fun EVERSPACE actually is, especially the Action Freeze feature where you can just entirely stop the game to take a picture. Beautiful too, it can result in some awesome shots like this:

Apart from that, Jupiter Hell is another fantastic Early Access game now out on Linux. Already loving everything about it, from the awesome atmosphere to the incredible turn-based action. Although when I'm not looking for something so intense, diving into Dicey Dungeons is always high up on my list.

What have you been playing recently and what are you clicking on this weekend? Let us know your thoughts and recommendations in the comments.

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Corben 25 Aug, 2019
No Man's Sky (experimental branch seems to have improvements for nvidia users, no workaround needed anymore)
And Beat Saber...
Ivancillo 25 Aug, 2019
I'm playing Vaporum.
dzejms 25 Aug, 2019
I played squad
Spoiler, click me
on windows
einherjar 25 Aug, 2019
CS:GO
The Witcher 3

and lots of modelling in FreeCAD ;-)
1xok 25 Aug, 2019
Hollow Knight, my new favorite game.
hummer010 25 Aug, 2019
I played a bit of Space Mercs and Rings of Saturn, but most of my time went to The Witcher 3 using Proton.
stud68 25 Aug, 2019
Gibbous - A Cthulhu Adventure also.

Have not played a decent point and click in time.
Klaas 25 Aug, 2019
Quoting: stud68Have not played a decent point and click in time.
Is it that good or that bad?
Sputnik_tr_02 25 Aug, 2019
Quoting: PixelDropBorderlands the pre-sequel for both.
Finished Borderlands 2 two months back figured it was time to finish the next game in the series.

Thus far it feels like a big DLC for the second game, and I'm not really enjoying it nearly as much. Overall it just feels really cheap story world wise like a mid-budget DLC rather then it's own game.
I am also playing Borderlands The Pre Sequel, but via Proton (D9VK). Performance is twice as better on my system compared to native.
Dunc 25 Aug, 2019
This always happens. Whenever I haven't been playing much and one of these threads pops up, I say what I have been playing, then go off and start playing something else entirely. So I've had one of my periodic returns to Minecraft this weekend. When did it get so complicated? There's a ton of stuff in the in-game recipe book that I've never heard of and don't know what it does. Liking the bees in the development snapshot, though...
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