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Battle Motion, a really silly massive fantasy battle game will have Linux support

liamdawe,
Sometimes when looking around for new games I come across something that really catches my eye, Battle Motion is one such game as it looks completely silly.

Comedy point and click adventure 'Guard Duty' to arrive on Linux this Spring, looks awesome

liamdawe,
If you need a sprinkle of comedy in your life, the comedic point and click adventure Guard Duty looks like it could hit the spot.

DYSMANTLE from 10tons is an open world action RPG where you can ruin everything

liamdawe,
10tons Ltd the team behind Crimsonland, Neon Chrome, Time Recoil, JYDGE, Tesla vs Lovecraft and more have revealed their next title, DYSMANTLE.

Road to your City, the city-builder with a heavy emphasis on Football has a new trailer and Steam page

liamdawe,
Road to your City is a city-builder I highlighted here on GOL back in November, as it's going to set itself apart with a focus on Football (Soccer) and it's starting to look pretty good.

The cute and quirky puzzle-exploration game 'Pikuniku' is coming to Linux

liamdawe,
Pikuniku from the studio Sectordub and Devolver Digital is releasing January 24th and it will support Linux at release.

Arc Savior, another space combat game will be supported on Linux after release

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Arc Savior, a new space combat game from developer Squid Monkey Studios is releasing later this month and it looks quite interesting. Turns out the developer is going to support Linux too.

Spinnortality, a cyberpunk management sim with an aim of becoming immortal is coming to Linux

liamdawe,
Quite a surprise turned up in my inbox recently. Spinnortality, a cyberpunk management sim that looks really good is releasing with Linux support next month.

Eastshade, the open world adventure where you're a travelling artist has a new trailer and release date

liamdawe,
Eastshade certainly looks like a wonderfully peaceful experience and the new trailer show it off rather well, it's releasing soon too on February 13th.

Cultist Simulator to get a free update this month with a new game mode and challenges

liamdawe,
Weather Factory have announced that Cultist Simulator is to get a free update later this month to expand what you can do and become even further.

First-person base-building survival game 'Volcanoids' is making great progress on a Linux version

liamdawe,
I often find it hard to hold in my excitement about certain games, Volcanoids is one of them as it looks completely awesome. A game with steampunk-like massive moving drills you build your base on, sign me up doc!

Tropico 6 release delayed until March, Linux still confirmed for same-day support

liamdawe,
Kalypso Media sent word today that El Presidente has been delayed, so now Tropico 6 is going to be releasing in March.

Single-player 3D platformer 'Spiralagon' looks ridiculously fun and it should come to Linux

liamdawe,
I have to admit, while watching the video for Spiralagon it did make me chuckle quite a bit. It's not a very serious game but it sure looks like fun.

Space station building sim 'Meeple Station' to enter Steam Early Access on January 17th

liamdawe,
For those who just can't get enough of building sims, your next fix is coming soon. Meeple Station is to enter Steam Early Access on January 17th.

Elteria Adventures, an open-world RPG MMO plans Linux support and it looks very interesting

liamdawe,
Elteria Adventures is a tough game to describe. It seems like it's an open-world RPG MMO with world-building features and it's coming to Linux.

More updates on Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation with Vulkan for Linux

liamdawe,
A nice way to end the week, Stardock have given some more updates on Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation for Linux and they said something rather interesting.
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