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What have you been clicking on this weekend?

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The weekend is almost over and a nice week full of news is about to begin. Before it does, let's get talking! What have you been playing?

Brigador: Up-Armored Edition has been sucking up a lot of my time recently, thanks to a new update coming out with a bit of new content. I have so much love for the destruction in this game it's unreal! This is where I have honestly spent most of my time, stomping on everything and identifying explosive areas to set off fun chain-reactions from a shot or two and just watching everything go to hell. Love the customization too, plenty to unlock from vehicles to pilot to ridiculously powerful weapons.

Since Abandon Ship got a Linux beta recently, I've also been putting some time into that while chatting to the developer to help ensure a smooth release later this month.

I also helped the developer of Elteria Adventures identify a bug preventing the upcoming Linux version from launching, so that was fun too.

What have you clicked on lately? Do give us your recommendations in the comments.

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TobyGornow 4 Aug, 2019
Didn't have much time to play this week-end, you know... Work.

Still, I've finished Thimbleweed Park, great old-school Point & Click. Really good.

And I've launched Borderland Pre-sequel, so far so good, to bad they scraped the soldier class playing with a turret was fun, instead I've choosed to play the one with the 2 drones.

I've bought Civ 6 but I'm to afraid to launch it, Civ 5 ate a lot of my sleeping time when it came out.

Last edited by TobyGornow on 4 August 2019 at 6:01 pm UTC
Snowdrake 4 Aug, 2019
Spent most of the time on Diablo 3 (the 17st season is almost over and haven't finished guardian's conquest)
emp64 4 Aug, 2019
Arma 3 using Proton

Last edited by emp64 on 5 August 2019 at 6:24 am UTC
MrNilsson 4 Aug, 2019
I didn't play much this weekend. I was configuring my Linux Mint install, because it's now my main system. Bye Windows. Beside that I was watching the first season of Disenchantment.

Today I played a bit and CS 1.6.
tuubi 4 Aug, 2019
I did a bit of Euro Truck Sim 2 to check out the new event and to relax after work on Friday. Played some World to the West, the excellent Zelda-like followup to Teslagrad. Finished the lovely A Short Hike and finally started a playthrough of good old Planescape: Torment tonight. (Enhanced edition of course.)
TobiSGD 4 Aug, 2019
Jupiter Hell. Great game, needs a lot of tuning and more content, but I expected that, it is Early Access after all. But even in this early state a great game and the Vulkan renderer is rock solid.
Purple Library Guy 4 Aug, 2019
Loads of Stellaris. Bought a couple DLCs on sale recently and now I'm trying to get my civ up to where I can make some big-ass things I've never made before. Also I'm getting ready to crush a couple of corporations. Put branch offices in my homeworld will they?
Unfortunately the chair in my office is kind of crap and I put my back out, so I'm gonna have to stop for a while, and probably get a new chair.
buckysrevenge 4 Aug, 2019
I played some Doom (using GZDoom) and A Short Hike - great light hearted game!
Tiedemann 4 Aug, 2019
Been through:


Merchant of the Skies

The Last Roman Village:
Purple Library Guy 4 Aug, 2019
Quoting: TiedemannMerchant of the Skies
That is indeed a majestic carrot.
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