Combining together a turn-based card game that needs strategy and a little puzzle solving, Astral Towers along with the open source game engine powering it comes to Linux. Developed by Ivan Polyacov of Apus Software, who also made Spectromancer and Astral Heroes, it's powered by their home-grown game engine Apus Game Engine which is available on GitHub under the BSD license.
Originally released September 2020, as of March 19 this year it now supports Linux too. Check out the trailer below:
More about it:
Astral Towers is a turn-based card game mixing strategy and puzzle elements.
- Rich single-player campaign: 89 missions at 2 difficulty levels
- Smart AI enemies for single-player experience
- Hot-seat multiplayer: play together on a single computer
This is a remastered version of the original Astral Towers game released in 2011. It features improved interface, better graphics (was: 1366x768, now - FullHD/4K) and tuned balance.
You can buy it on Steam.