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A Void Hope looks like a fun atmospheric adventure with a synthwave soundtrack

By Liam Dawe,
Elden Pixels who made Alwa's Awakening and Alwa's Legacy have announced their next game, A Void Hope. An atmospheric puzzle adventure with a slick sounding synthwave soundtrack not to be missed.

Competitive party game Unspottable gets online play

By Liam Dawe,
Unspottable was a lot of fun at release, giving you competitive hide and seek amongst the crowd gameplay but local multiplayer was pretty limiting. Now though, it has online play!

Check out the new trailer for Cyber Knights: Flashpoint a squad-tactics heist RPG

By Liam Dawe,
Currently in development from Trese Brothers who made Star Traders: Frontiers and Templar Battleforce, the upcoming Cyber Knights: Flashpoint looks exciting.

Three Minutes To Eight announced by developer of ENCODYA and Clunky Hero

By Liam Dawe,
Three Minutes To Eight is the latest game coming from Chaosmonger Studio following ENCODYA and Clunky Hero, this time with publishing help from Assemble Entertainment.

Use a camera to solve puzzles in hand-drawn adventure TOEM

By Liam Dawe,
TOEM, a hand-drawn black and white adventure puzzle game from developer Something We Made now has a Native Linux build available.

Fantasy buddy-cop RPG 'My Familiar' looks great with a demo up

By Liam Dawe,
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.

Colony building strategy game Imagine Earth adds Linux support

By Liam Dawe,
Imagine Earth from developer Serious Bros that originally released back in May 2021 just got upgraded, and now it has Native Linux support.

Roguelite vehicle combat game REDLINE CROOKS is pure chaos

By Liam Dawe,
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.

Bullet hell game Survivors of the Dawn features mini campaign, text events

By Etienne Mahler,
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.

Dead Cells hits over 10 million sales

By Liam Dawe,
Something that not many indie titles are able to do, Dead Cells has now managed to hit over 10 million sales and still going strong.

Sandtrix is Tetris with sand - delightful, free and renamed after a DMCA

By Liam Dawe,
Have a few minutes to kill here and there? Sandtrix could be what you need. It's free, has a Linux version and got the attention of Tetris Holding, LLC under the previous name Setris so it got a DMCA takedown but now it's back.

Transform creatures into tools in puzzle-platformer Transmogrify now with Linux support

By Liam Dawe,
Released originally back in April, Transmogrify is a puzzle-platformer where you play as Chris — a janitor stranded at Future Perfect Labs where strange and deadly specimens have breached containment and overrun the facility.

Claim a free copy of Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs on GOG

By Liam Dawe,
To celebrate the release of the new Amnesia: The Bunker, GOG are giving away free copies of Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs.

Quasimorph is a brutal sci-fi extraction roguelike

By anewson,
As it turns out, bringing extraction mechanics into a modern roguelike works like a charm. Here's some thoughts on Quasimorph.

Try the demo of Lueur and the Dim Settlers, a minimalist and relaxing survival builder

By Liam Dawe,
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.

Halls of Torment hits over 70K sales in the first week

By Liam Dawe,
Here's a nice little indie success story for you! Halls of Torment from Chasing Carrots launched on May 24th into Early Access with Native Linux support and it works great on Steam Deck. They've announced that their launch week was pretty great!

Physics be damned, go build some crazy stuff in Poly Bridge 3

By Liam Dawe,
Dry Cactus have now released Poly Bridge 3, the latest in their multi-million selling physics-based bridge-building puzzle game series and it looks to be the wildest yet.

New Stars is a slimmed down quicker Stellaris-like strategy sim

By Liam Dawe,
Need your 4x space fix but find the likes of Stellaris just a bit too long? Perhaps keep an eye on the upcoming release of New Stars.

Settlement-building strategy game Circle of Kerzoven is up on Kickstarter

By Liam Dawe,
Made with Godot Engine with full Native Linux support planned, Circle of Kerzoven is an upcoming settlement-building strategy game with some heavy simulation going on.

Do some drifting with a cruise ship in Summer Trip Cruise

By Liam Dawe,
Summer Trip Cruise looks like a fun little game, giving you control of a cruise ship that you need to keep afloat while avoiding various obstacles with on-screen controls.
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