Well, I have to admit I am surprised that the takeover of YoYo Games (who develop GameMaker) by Opera has been largely positive with them making more moves towards open source.
Here's a fun one for open source fans and game developers, as YoYo Games have open sourced their HTML5 runtime.
Available now with Native Linux support, APICO from TNgineers and Whitethorn Games might be one of my new favourite was just to chill-out.
Probably one of the most important creatures on Earth and now you'll be looking after them in APICO on May 20, 2022.
Loop Hero, the fantastic deck-builder from Four Quarters and Devolver Digital now has controller support, making it work even better on the Steam Deck.
Mondealy: Day One from developer uglycoal seems pretty quirky and it's also free, although something of a prologue / demo for an upcoming bigger game.
City of Gold brings some pretty big changes and feature additions to Stoneshard, the challenging turn-based RPG set in an open world.
APICO is an upcoming casual wholesome game about saving the bees, breeding them and building up your own beekeeping dream and the developer recently revealed online multiplayer support.
So, some time ago Toby Fox released the second chapter of the Deltarune series. Sadly, as was the case with the previous chapter, this one too comes without official Linux support. However, if the [HeartShapedObject] is willing, there is a way to play the game natively on Linux, albeit without official support.
Back in early August we wrote about how YoYo Games were introducing the GameMaker Studio 2 editor for Linux, well as of the latest official update the Beta is actually out.
Well this is certainly a surprise. YoYo Games have announced an early Beta for GameMaker Studio 2 version 2.3.4 that brings with it a new IDE for Ubuntu Linux. So you can make GMS games on Ubuntu now.
For World Bee Day, TNgineers worked to produce a brand new demo for the casual and chilled-out APICO.
Well, that certainly is a headline isn't it. I'll admit that the idea and style of Zapling Bygone pulled me in right away, along with the description of what you'll be doing.
Chronicon, one of my favourite 2D action-RPGs developed by Subworld just released a major 1.2 upgrade and after quite some time being out of date - the Linux build is once again sorted.
Love your 2D action-adventure games? How about collecting everything you possibly can? Shield Cat from CyanSorcery has a brand new demo available with support for Linux desktops and the Raspberry Pi.
Game Maker and later GameMaker Studio is a very popular game engine with indie developers and YoYo Games just recently sold it off and it appears they did so at a loss. Update: Opera confirmed as the new owner.
The Raspberry Pi sure is a versatile device and thanks to GameMaker Studio 2 from YoYo Games, it might even end up as more of a gaming unit with newly added support for exported games.
With a strange otter/cat as the protagonist, Shield Cat seems like one to keep on your watch list with some really charming visuals and you can try the free demo.
To promote the release of Disc Room, Devolver Digital sponsored a Game Jam. Here are some of the gems I've found in the entries.
Small rooms, lots of spinning blades - what could possibly go wrong? Disc Room is insane and I absolutely love it.
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