Currently in development from Trese Brothers who made Star Traders: Frontiers and Templar Battleforce, the upcoming Cyber Knights: Flashpoint looks exciting.
Up for trying out a new buddy-cop RPG? My Familiar has a fantastic art-style and really looks like something that could be a bit special.
REDLINE CROOKS from developer Alexander Golke is a top-down 2D roguelite about smashing vehicles into more vehicles. It's pure unfiltered chaos and I love the idea.
Survivors of the Dawn is another bullet hell horde game in the spirit of Vampire Survivors and the many others now like it but it does a few things that make it fresh and worth a look.
As it turns out, bringing extraction mechanics into a modern roguelike works like a charm. Here's some thoughts on Quasimorph.
With a minimalist art style and a more casual setting, Lueur and the Dim Settlers is a genuine little delight to play for those after a city-builder with survival elements but there's a more relaxed game mode too.
Shogun Showdown: Prologue is a demo of the upcoming turn-based combat game with rogue-like and deck-building elements.
Roadwarden is a really quite fantastic illustrated text-based RPG, and now the world is set to expand in a big way with Windy Meadow - A Roadwarden Tale.
Dreamed Away from Nicolas Petton and Pineapple Works is an upcoming emotional action-adventure RPG with psychological horror elements. There's now a demo available to try.
Ah hell, going to say goodbye to any free time I had for the next month. Halls of Torment has sucked me right in being a blend of retro Diablo and Vampire Survivors.
Deadnaut: Signal Lost from Screwfly Studios is an upcoming fast-paced sci-fi roguelike with a pretty unique style. The developer got in touch, as they want plenty more Linux testing.
Set in an alternate timeline where WW2 ended in a full nuclear holocaust, the classic base-building RTS named Dying Breed is worth keeping an eye on. You can even try a demo right now.
Valve developer Pierre-Loup Griffais mentioned that they've updated Proton Hotfix, which should allow the new Resident Evil 4 Chainsaw Demo of the remake to run on Linux and Steam Deck.
Bits & Bops looks sweet! A fun collection of rhythm mini-games, and the developer has upgraded the demo to include Linux support for this upcoming game.
I have mentioned before how I was unable to get Dave Taylor's original port of Doom to work as it was built as an outdated a.out binary rather than ELF. Since then, I stumbled on an article by Jason Heiss that describes how to load the binfmt_aout kernel module to attain a.out binary support, as well as installing packages from earlier Red Hat Linux releases to provide the necessary libraries.
Getting a job is tough but college graduate Art was lucky enough to catch the eye of the Grim Reaper.
Getting some Beneath a Steel Sky vibes off of this one. With a demo available on Steam now (with Native Linux support), Full Void looks worth a look.
After going through development hell and being long delayed, Nightdive Studios have put up a fresh demo of their System Shock remake that includes controller support and a new intro.
Splittown is an upcoming point and click adventure about the Cold War, where the world is split in two and now there's a Linux demo.
In the mood for something just a bit different? The End of the Sun is a Slavic-fantasy adventure and you can try it out now.