Songs of Syx is a fantasy city-builder that in many ways could be compared with Dwarf Fortress, only with a graphical style that's just a bit more modern. A new Beta release went up recently and it's another big one. It also has Native Linux support.
Currently in Early Access it already has quite a lot of depth to it, and I was incredibly impressed with the first EA release I tried out ,putting a fair amount of hours into it. Honestly it sucked away a lot of my time when it first came out, good to see it continue to add some really good stuff.
Some of what version 63 includes:
- Fishing events.
- A new Machinery resource for upgrading rooms, along with a machinery workshop for it.
- Difficulty settings for random games.
- A whole newly added Tourism system.
- A serial killer event (oh my!), along with individual crime statistics.
- Herbs you can now grow.
- Mini-actions for people like giving out free drinks, free money, a day off etc.
- Benches, at last people can find a nice spot to sit.
- + Absolutely LOADS more.
You can see the full update overview from the developer below. It's in Beta that you can opt into on Steam, and should roll out for everyone a few weeks after: