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Bendy and the Ink Machine & Prison Architect going cheap in the new Humble Very Positive Bundle 3

Humble just released a new bundle full of highly rated games, with 2 great picks in there for Linux gamers.

Something for the weekend: Age of Wonders 3 free to keep, Humble Store sale again

It's Friday, which means the weekend is almost ready to crash into our lives once again. Here's a few tips in case you need a new game or two to try out.

Physics-based building game "Besiege" just had a pretty big update, new levels and plenty of bug fixes

Building machines to destroy in Besiege is pretty fun and it's progressing towards the final release with a pretty huge update now available for this physics-based building game.

The next Humble Monthly is out, with two more interesting early unlock games

Humble have put up a fresh Humble Monthly bundle and this time around, it's actually a pretty good deal again.

The awesome co-op space sandbox game "Avorion" now has modding support

Avorion is a fully 3D co-op space sandbox game, where players build a ship and eventually a fleet from single blocks and it's quite engrossing. This latest update enables proper modding support, with integrated Steam Workshop support.

Co-op submarine adventure game "We Need To Go Deeper" is releasing on August 1st

After being in Early Access for over two years, We Need To Go Deeper from developer Deli Interactive is gearing up for an official release on August 1st.

The strategy RPG "Pathway" is to get a big free update later this Summer, now allows you to respec skills

Not only are Robotality continuing to polish their strategy RPG "Pathway", they're also working towards a big free update.

The excellent deck-builder "Slay the Spire" is getting a 4th free character, update out with touch-screen support

Slay the Spire fuses together a deck-builder card game with some roguelike mechanics to make it a very engrossing beast and it's set to get a little bit bigger.

Rocket League turns 4, moves into the 2nd phase of the Radical Summer event with a Spike Rush game mode

Not only has Rocket League moved onto the second phase of the Radical Summer event complete with a new time-limited game mode, it's also about to turn four.

Humble Store is doing a "DRM-Freedom" sale, GOG also has multiple themed sales going

It's not just Steam doing a big event at the moment, as both Humble Store and GOG just released two new sales events.

City-building strategy game 'Hearthlands' has a surprise update going 64bit only

Hearthlands, a medieval/fantasy city-building real time strategy game released officially back in 2017 just got a nice surprise update.

Prison Architect just got a nice update now that Double Eleven are keeping a watchful eye

Following on from the recent news that Double Eleven are the new developers of Prison Architect, as promised they just released a brand new update.

The Colonists is a city-builder that's worth your time with cute little robot workers

Now that the dust has settled with the Linux version of The Colonists out in the wild, I spent some time playing it and came away quite impressed by it.

Move or Die, one of the funniest party games around has added the previously exclusive PS4 content onto PC

Move or Die, a 4-player local and online multiplayer party game that's absolutely hilarious just got that little bit better, with new content for the PC version.

Dead Cells "Fear The Rampager" update is live and it continues being awesome

Still one of my top games, Dead Cells just got another big free update "Fear The Rampager" so it's time to jump back in for one more run.
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