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You can now roll with a gamepad in Dicey Dungeons

By Liam Dawe,
Dicey Dungeons was one of my favourite releases from last year and it keeps getting better! A fresh update recently released making it even easier to play.

Burning Knight is a roguelike where you rob a dungeon, coming soon

By Liam Dawe,
At least the setting is honest, you're totally robbing the dungeons in Burning Knight and then attempting to flee.

Test Tube Titans: Taster Trial lets you play with colossal mutants for free

By Liam Dawe,
Test Tube Titans which released back in March has you create and mutate massive unwieldy creatures, and now there's a sort-of demo you can try.

Winter Falling aims to blend elements of FTL with Total War

By Liam Dawe,
FTL and Total War? Two very different games and one developer is attempting to take parts of both to create Winter Falling.

One Dreamer: Prologue is now supported on Linux

By Liam Dawe,
One Dreamer: Prologue, a narrative-driven story about indie game developers is now supported on Linux.

Bee management sim Hive Time gets an Informational Update

By Liam Dawe,
Hive Time, a very sweet bee management and building sim where you build up your own hive has a big update out now.

Dwellers of the Gut has you rescue the townsfolk inside a giant

By Liam Dawe,
Just like with Planetfriend, we're continuing to highlight a few smaller experimental and outright weird games and another recent discovery is Dwellers of the Gut.

Make your own planet pet in Planetfriend, now on Linux

By Liam Dawe,
Planetfriend is a peculiar game, built by Laura Michet and Brendon Chung during the first few months of the COVID-19 quarantine.

The Fertile Crescent, a Bronze Age RTS gets a tutorial and more improvements

By Liam Dawe,
Continuing to be a favourite indie game I keep a close eye on, The Fertile Crescent is a Bronze Age real-time strategy game that's currently entirely free to play.

Keep It Alive - a short game that has you keep a heart beating and a train running from the Pony Island dev

By Liam Dawe,
Developed for the Ludum Dare 46 Game Jam that happened in April this year, one of the most interesting games to come out of it was Keep It Alive.

If you feel the need to take down capitalism then Tonight We Riot is out now

By Liam Dawe,
Out with same-day Linux support, Tonight We Riot is a game all about rising up with the masses to take down those greedy suits sucking up all the money and joy.

Go on a free and slightly disturbing journey as an egg cell in Swallow the Sea

By Liam Dawe,
I love short experimental games and Swallow the Sea is up there in my favourites this year, as it's so delightfully weird that it's absolutely captivating.

Bullet Express seems like an amusing upcoming 2D action-RPG loot shooter you can try now

By Liam Dawe,
LazyGemsGames are working on Bullet Express, a new 2D action-RPG shooter where you level up and merge guns together to create their ultimate form.

Competitive platformer 'Jumpala' adds a single-player mode, price rising soon as it heads to Steam

By Liam Dawe,
Jumpala, a very unique and super-fun take on a competitive platformer that's captured my heart continues getting bigger and a fresh update is out with a new mode.

Free to play competitive deck-builder 'DragonEvo' now on itch.io and it had a big revamp

By Liam Dawe,
As far as turn-based card battlers go, DragonEvo was quite promising when I tried it out recently and now it looks even better with a big update and a release on itch.io.