Puppy Games latest game Basingstoke [Official Site], which mixes in stealth and action is going to release April 27th with full Linux support. It was originally due to launch back in March, but they decided to delay the release for some spit and polish.
I'm happy to report that I did some private testing for Puppy Games on this one. Originally Valve denied their Linux build on Steam due to issues with gamepads on SteamOS. After a little digging and reporting back to Puppy Games, we found the issue was a Unity plugin, so I personally spoke to the developer of the plugin to get a new build done that works properly on SteamOS and they were very quick to action. Thanks to this and my testing, Puppy Games have since re-enabled the Linux version on Steam. It's also going to be available on GOG, Humble Store and itch.io.
About the game:
Basingstoke is a tense roguelike that mixes stealth and arcade action. Explore the smouldering ruins of apocalyptic Basingstoke, UK, a world of extreme peril where reanimated undead and ferocious alien monsters roam!
Loot and craft as you explore. Lob a tasty sausage roll as a diversion, or poison a kebab for bait. Sneak up and knock a monster out with a whack from a cricket bat, or slice them up with a chainsaw. Tranquillize them with a dart fired from a homemade blowpipe, or set them alight with a DIY flamethrower. There's over a hundred useable items to loot or craft!
Puppy Games were one of the earliest indie developers to support Linux, way back before even Steam was released for Linux, so they're well worth throwing some monies.