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It's the weekend and hopefully some of you will find the time to relax and play some games. There's been a lot of new releases lately too!

For me, I'm a little torn.

The new Stoneshard update is really good, filled full of new content to play through and a lot of new weapons to try out. The brutal combat and setting certainly takes getting used to, along with the health system. I've lost count on the amount of times I've died in it over the last few days.

I also want to play a whole lot more Burning Knight simply because it's so incredibly fun to blast through. So much insane action when you manage to build up a list of items. Just look at how ridiculous it can be!

You know what? I'm clicking Play on Burning Knight as soon as this goes up…

Over to you: what will you be clicking on across this weekend and into next week? Let us know in the comments and suggest some good picks for your fellow GOL reader.

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omicron-b 6 Jun
Vaporum - I don't play dungeon crawlers, but I love this one, wishlisted the upcoming prequel
Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition (Proton) - this one is so hard for me, can't believe actual 6 y.o. play this game
Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast (Wine)
MrNilsson 6 Jun
I bought Jurassic World Evolution today and I would also play CS: Go.
Nanobang 6 Jun
Subnautica via Steam Play has been an absolute blast! The world is beautiful and complex, but the UI is simple to learn and use. It's the first game that makes me wish I had a VR rig because it has VR. Swimming through an alien ocean in VR ... how cool would that be?
CatKiller 6 Jun
No One Lives Forever.

With the Moderniser mod and using dgVoodo2/DXVK it's working really well except that the framerate is terrible when zoomed in, so I might be playing NOLF Troubleshooting rather than NOLF itself.

Plus whatever the little one wants to play. (edit: the verdict is in for this category. Contraption Maker it is.)


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Not at home, I'm gaming on my potato laptop (13 years old), refusing to die no matter how bad I treat him, hence I'm playing really low specs games:

I discovered Halfway, a top down Xcom like taking place in a space ship invaded by an unknown force, great atmosphere (Aliens vibe), simple gameplay & mechanics. Got it for 2€ on steam less than a fifth of a cigarette pack in my country, native on linux, made with passion.

And playing "I have no mouth, and I must scream", a point & click from the past with a weird setup, five people try to escape from their own personal hell created by an omnipotent computer. Art is good, fully voice acted, story is unique.

Finally, Blender blowing a fuse on my machine, I tried Wings3d and found it totally unintuitive, basic options not easily accessible (like the near clip plane distance for the orthographic view), keyboard shortcut not well thought, opaque selection box and more. If somebody knows a really light free 3D modeler, I'm all hear, until then I'm stuck with it.
For the first time in my life I got a PC with quite decent GPU (bye Intel HD), so I've been playing Euro Truck Simulator 2.
scaine 6 Jun
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Quoting: TobyGornowNot at home, I'm gaming on my potato laptop (13 years old), refusing to die no matter how bad I treat him, hence I'm playing really low specs games:

I discovered Halfway, a top down Xcom like taking place in a space ship invaded by an unknown force, great atmosphere (Aliens vibe), simple gameplay & mechanics. Got it for 2€ on steam less than a fifth of a cigarette pack in my country, native on linux, made with passion.
If you enjoyed Halfway, their Indiana Jones-like follow up, Pathway, is also worth a look. It's also 50% off right now.
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Since the pandemic, a group of coworkers and I have started a weekly game night on Tabletop Simulator. It's a blast! Pretty much any tabletop game you can think of is available in the Steam Workshop. We've been playing Secret Hitler, Betrayal at House on the Hill, and Forbidden Island. Licensing is a gray area, but I've bought the physical games that we've enjoyed and most publishers seem to look the other way. TTS is easily my top social game of the summer.

Also playing Tower of Time, which I picked up on sale a couple of weeks ago. Hidden gem! Beautiful visuals, tactical RPG battles with an interesting "slow time" mechanic, and quite long. I've logged 12 hours and I'm still only on the second level of the tower. I'm also not very good. ;-)

Probably will go back to Fort Triumph as well. Great turn-based strategy game in the same vein as XCOM, but there was a breaking bug in Act III on Linux. Hoping the latest patch fixes it.
Completeing Ori is my plan. Then some Planet Zoo and maybe if I have time some Overwatch.
God i love the abilty to play these games on Linux :)
Ehvis 6 Jun
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Decided to finally finish my modded Factorio game (Industrial Revolution mod). This is going to take some time :D
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