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The Battle of Polytopia gets a huge diplomacy update

By Liam Dawe,
The Battle of Polytopia, a very highly rated turn-based strategy game that hopped over from mobile to PC back in 2020 is still expanding with a whole new diplomacy mechanic.

Pixel-art people-sim Tiny Life adds gamepad support, works on Steam Deck too

By Liam Dawe,
It's like The Sims but pixel-art and comes from an indie developer, what's not to love about this? Tiny Life has you take care of a family, build up their home and try not to kill them.

Kulebra and the Souls of Limbo gets a fresh demo and relaunched Kickstarter

By Liam Dawe,
Kulebra and the Souls of Limbo is a thoroughly wonderful looking 3D adventure about a dead snake that wakes up in Limbo.

Demo now up for high-speed future-combat racer FLASHOUT 3

By Liam Dawe,
Ready for high-speed explosive racing? FLASHOUT 3 was announced last month and dev Jujubee S.A. has now put up a demo.

Lacuna – A Sci-Fi Noir Adventure now Steam Deck Verified

By Liam Dawe,
Lacuna – A Sci-Fi Noir Adventure is celebrating one year since release, and it seems they only needed to do one tiny fix to be fully Steam Deck Verified too.

Bee management game Hive Time gets a sweet update

By Liam Dawe,
Hive Time from developer Cheeseness is a mixture of hive-building and bee management and it recently had a rather sweet update for World Bee Day.

Kingdoms and Castles has a huge AI Kingdoms update out now

By Liam Dawe,
It's finally here! The huge AI Kingdoms update for Kingdoms and Castles has now landed, greatly expanding this wonderful city-builder with more strategy elements.

V Rising now works on Linux and Steam Deck with Proton Experimental Beta

By Liam Dawe,
V Rising, the latest huge Steam hit can now run on Linux desktops and Steam Deck, thanks to updates to the Beta version of Proton Experimental.

Meg's Monster has you help a lost girl get home before she causes the apocalypse

By Liam Dawe,
Well, this is quite a story. Meg's Monster is the next and biggest game so far from developer Odencat, where you need to help a lost little girl get home. The problem is, she has some awesome power and might just cause some kind of monster apocalypse.

Bonfire Peaks - Lost Memories announced, plus Photo Mode update out

By Liam Dawe,
Bonfire Peaks, one of the nicest puzzle games released in 2021 is getting an expansion in Lost Memories plus an update is out now with new features.

APICO is a very relaxing beekeeping game out now

By Liam Dawe,
Available now with Native Linux support, APICO from TNgineers and Whitethorn Games might be one of my new favourite was just to chill-out.

Project Zomboid version 41.71 out with Steam Deck and controller upgrades

By Liam Dawe,
Project Zomboid, a survival game from The Indie Stone that's currently in Early Access just had a big new stable release, and it should now work better on the Steam Deck and with controllers overall.

Broken Sword 5 - the Serpent's Curse gets spruced up, works on Steam Deck

By Liam Dawe,
Broken Sword 5 - the Serpent's Curse from Revolution Software just had a big update to improve how it handles on modern systems and screen resolutions. It also works great on the Steam Deck.

Pixel art survival horror game Lamentum now supported on Linux

By Liam Dawe,
Do you love pixel art and survival horror? Have a look at Lamentum from Obscure Tales and Neon Doctrine, as they have just released an official Native Linux build.

Space souls-like expands with Hellpoint: Blue Sun set to arrive on July 12th

By Liam Dawe,
After not hearing much from Cradle Games and tinyBuild on Hellpoint, they've now announced the first major expansion Hellpoint: Blue Sun releases on July 12th. This is along with console next-gen stuff.

Songs of Conquest looks good on Linux, works quite well on Steam Deck too

By Liam Dawe,
Songs of Conquest is a brand new release from Lavapotion and Coffee Stain Publishing, a turn-based tactical RPG with kingdom management that definitely feels like Heroes of Might and Magic.

Super Hexagon is getting a big overhaul available in Beta now

By Liam Dawe,
Super Hexagon Neo is the upcoming big upgrade for Super Hexagon from Terry Cavanagh, originally released in 2012 it's remained a rather popular title.

Bad at Chess? Bring a shotgun in this roguelike spin

By Liam Dawe,
If, like me, you're terrible at Chess, how about the chance to jump across the board with a Shotgun? That's exactly what you do in Shotgun King: The Final Checkmate.

Doom & Destiny Worlds gets Steam Deck Verified, dev gives info on what they changed

By Liam Dawe,
Doom & Destiny Worlds is an open world turn-based RPG with crafting, building, farming, and 4 players local co-op option. Recently it was Verified for Steam Deck.

Deck Builders Round Up

By scaine,
Deckbuilders! I love 'em. Slay the Spire got me into this genre digitally, after originally feeling the pull of Magic the Gathering in the late 90's. After over a hundred hours playing Slay the Spire, the classic that invigorated the whole genre, I had the bug, bad. So since late 2019 I’ve been hunting for more. MOAR! Here’s a round up of a few favourites.
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