What do you get when you throw cards at a roguelike? Slay the Spire answers that question and then some!
Category: Initial Thoughts
Depth of Extinction is a retro-styled turn-based tactics game with RPG elements. It’s got a very interesting setting, so I took a look.
This rather fun trading card game has had unofficial builds that run on Linux for a little while now. I tried them out and it’s a pretty fun game, but don’t expect official support anytime soon.
Hinterhalt, a WW2 small-scale strategy game that's currently in Early Access has Linux support and it's showing a lot of promise already.
Project 5: Sightseer is a hard game to describe properly, but it certainly has managed to capture my attention.
Haque, a rather great glitch fantasy roguelike has released with Linux support, also something about Penguins
Haque looks like a rather unique roguelike with a suspiciously talkative narrator, cute monsters and a world that's falling apart.
Protect the queen in 'Empires of the Undergrowth' now in Early Access with Linux support, some thoughts
Empires of the Undergrowth is an Ant colony management and strategy game that's now in Early Access, I took a look and here's some thoughts.
I've now spent some time with the recent Early Access release of ATOM RPG, here are my thoughts on the experience.
This single-player experience lets players trade, fight and align themselves with various competing factions in the vastness of space. I was able to spend some time with the game and have some thoughts on its current state.
If you’ve ever wanted to appear on a quiz show or relive past pub quiz glories, Askutron Quiz Show gives you the opportunity to test your knowledge. You can play this title alone or with a group of friends.
Only a day after the main release, Riskers, the game inspired by classic GTA and Hotline Miami has officially released for Linux.
Vigilantes seems like a rather interesting turn-based tactical RPG, inspired by strategy games from the 90s.
This is awesome. Argentum Age is an open source collectible card game that supports both singleplayer and multiplayer.
I gave in and purchased a personal copy of Space Pirates And Zombies 2 to test out the Linux beta, turns out in runs rather well. It runs so well in fact, that the developers have decided to put the SteamOS icon on the store page to show off Linux support.
I've been excited to try Morphite, the low poly stylized FPS that people keep comparing to No Man's Sky and now it's on Linux here's some initial thoughts.
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