Megaquarium from Twice Circled will have you dazzle your visitors with all sorts of aquatic attractions and it's releasing with Linux support on September 13th.
I spoke to the developer today after the announcement was sent out, they confirmed to me the date does include the Linux version—just to be clear on that.
About the game:
From the creator of Big Pharma comes a brand new economic simulation game. Megaquarium follows in the footsteps of classic theme park management tycoon games and adds an aquatic spin!
A living simulation - Starting with just a few tanks and the most basic of livestock, you’ll grow your aquarium to a thronging metropolis filled with hundreds of guests, tens of staff and a multitude of different aquatic lifeforms, each with their own unique care requirements.
Megaquarium features almost 100 different marine species including fish, sharks, crustaceans, corals, jellyfish, other invertebrates and even a turtle! You’ll be spoilt for choice as you design, decorate and populate your tanks.
Pretty excited about this, as I've been following development along since it was announced. I absolutely love my building games, so this will likely suck up a lot of my time. I'm hopefully going to be doing some pre-release testing of the Linux build for the developer, so hopefully I can spot any bugs before everyone gets their hands on it.