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Another week down, most of us are still in lockdown with the Coronavirus and there's plenty of time to play games. Playing games can be a truly wonderful way to get your mind off everything too!

Personally, I've been very surprised by Iratus: Lord of the Dead which recently left Early Access with added Linux support. The mix of party-building from body parts, with reverse dungeon crawling as you're trying to escape is quite a wonderful. It's quickly become my new go-to game for a few rounds, replacing Slay the Spire. Apart from that, jumping into a few rounds in PUBG on Stadia (article info - see video) has proven quite fun.

Over to you in the comments!

What have you been playing recently on Linux and what do you think about it? What's tickling your fancy this weekend?

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xavi 4 May, 2020
  • Hollow Knight is great!!!

  • Rocket League great game, very bad on disappearing Linux support and all their in-game selling abuse.

MrNilsson 5 May, 2020
Quoting: PhiladelphusDo you mean playing Planet Zoo on Linux? (And if so, how?) I've been interested in it since it was announced, but it's been listed as borked on ProtonDB since release, though I just checked and see two positive reports.

Hey, sorry for the late reply. Yes, it's now possible to play it with a custom Proton version.

Just download this one and extract it into: .steam/root/compatibilitytools.d

I also made a topic in the forum.
Philadelphus 6 May, 2020
Quoting: MrNilssonHey, sorry for the late reply. Yes, it's now possible to play it with a custom Proton version.

Just download this one and extract it into: .steam/root/compatibilitytools.d

I also made a topic in the forum.
Huh! :O Ok, interesting, thanks. Admittedly, I haven't tried dealing with custom Proton versions yet and I've got a few new games absorbing my attention just at the moment, but I will definitely keep this in mind. :D My birthday's coming up in a few weeks…
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