For those who love their top-down shooters, State of Anarchy: Master of Mayhem is a pretty good one that recently had a big free content update.
Feeling brave? Point and click horror game Without Escape might test that a little and it's heading to Linux.
Cultist Simulator looks like a very interesting narrative crafting digital card game, where dangers are many.
Rise to Ruins, the awesome godlike village simulator has a new unstable build out with a new villager ageing system.
How does it feel to be a god? You can find out as the indirect god sim 'Crest' released last month with Linux support.
KeeperRL is a surprisingly engrossing mix of dungeon building, exploration and roguelike with a recent update
I've recently taken quite a liking to KeeperRL, a surprisingly good mix pulling in features from dungeon building, exploration and roguelikes to make quite an engrossing game. The developer also recently put out Alpha 24.
sphereFACE is an arcade shooter that will send your mind in spirals and it's actually pretty darn good.
Depth of Extinction is a retro-inspired turn-based tactics game, it's a little like XCOM with some rogue-lite features thrown in and it's getting better all the time.
Do you love your precision platformers but find they're often just too difficult? Mobility aims to make them a little more accessible.
For those searching for a bit of poetry in their games, Kingdom Ka from Carrot Cake Studios may satisfy that craving.
Always on the lookout for something unique, Ganbare! Super Strikers ticks a few boxes for being really quite a unique idea. It mixes together a tactical RPG with Football.
Fancy exploring a peculiar Museum while reading short stories? a Museum of Dubious Splendors is a free game that has Linux support.
For those of you who like the smaller experimental games, Exit84 is an interesting idea. It's a frustrating typing-platformer game, where you can only move by typing what's on the screen.
All Our Asias is the most recent offering from Sean Han Tani, the developer of Anodyne. The game is a mix of narrative exploration (so-called “walking simulators”) and visual novel styles, although it does not offer branching paths or multiple endings.
For those of you who love real-time strategy games but you don't have a lot of time, Abstractanks might be what you need.
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