As another week comes to a close it's time to have a chat with the GOL readership about what you're all playing lately, come and let us know.
This week saw the release of the absolutely magical Spiritfarer. I can't get over how wonderful a game it is, fully deserving of all the praise it has been receiving. Taking care of spirits, while doing a little building and crafting on your fancy boat while also giving out hugs to those spirits that need it. Absolute joy.
Spiritfarer is just so lovely, we're going to need Sin to livestream it I think. Keep an eye on our Twitch Channel for that. Although, with 7 Days to Die Alpha 19 being out it's going to be difficult to tear Sin away from it.
Quite a bit of my own personal time has also been testing out NVIDIA GeForce NOW. It's another game streaming service, which recently opened up to Chromebooks / ChromeOS in the browser so it works on Linux too. You can see a video of Fortnite running here as another example. It's certainly an interesting service but I still personally much prefer Stadia technically speaking, as I find it just works much better overall but I won't deny how good NVIDA did the game access side of things by it using existing accounts for people. Over the next many years, it will be very interesting to see all these cloud services fight for users.
I've also personally continued playing Orcs Must Die! 3 on Stadia with a partner, the huge battleground battles are just so much fun it's ridiculous. Getting to launch catapults at hundreds of Orcs, while another is running around hacking away at them is quite a sight.
As a reminder of some deals going:
- Humble Headup Games Band Boost Bundle - Vambrace: Cold Soul, Dead End Job and more
- There's also a Humble Killing Floor Bundle going
- Steam 0451 sale - celebrating Ray Bradbury's 100th birthday with games that reference the iconic Fahrenheit 451
- GOG Weekend Sale - save on games where you only live once
- HITMAN titles cheap on Humble Store
Over to you in the comments: what have you been gaming on Linux lately?