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The fun top-down shooter State of Anarchy: Master of Mayhem recently had a big content update

By liamdawe, 25 April 2018 at 9:45 am UTC (1 Comments)
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.

Point & click horror game 'Without Escape' to have Linux support, launching April 24th

By liamdawe, 18 April 2018 at 10:22 am UTC (3 Comments)
Feeling brave? Point and click horror game Without Escape might test that a little and it's heading to Linux.

Roguelike narrative card game 'Cultist Simulator' to release with Linux support on May 31st

By liamdawe, 17 April 2018 at 9:45 am UTC (3 Comments)
Cultist Simulator looks like a very interesting narrative crafting digital card game, where dangers are many.

Your villagers in Rise to Ruins can now grow old and die

By liamdawe, 17 April 2018 at 9:24 am UTC (2 Comments)
Rise to Ruins, the awesome godlike village simulator has a new unstable build out with a new villager ageing system.

Indirect god sim 'Crest' released last month with Linux support

By liamdawe, 5 April 2018 at 2:51 pm UTC (5 Comments)
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

By liamdawe, 4 April 2018 at 1:52 pm UTC (7 Comments)
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.

Retro-styled 3D vector shooter sphereFACE is confusing, but quite good

By liamdawe, 4 April 2018 at 12:06 pm UTC (1 Comments)
sphereFACE is an arcade shooter that will send your mind in spirals and it's actually pretty darn good.

Turn-based tactics game 'Depth of Extinction' continues improving, last round of First Access is up

By liamdawe, 4 April 2018 at 10:49 am UTC (2 Comments)
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.

Mobility is a great precision platformer with an aim to make the genre more accessible

By liamdawe, 3 April 2018 at 1:02 pm UTC (0 Comments)
Do you love your precision platformers but find they're often just too difficult? Mobility aims to make them a little more accessible.

Abstract adventure game Kingdom Ka is a visual treat

By Kels, 19 March 2018 at 9:32 am UTC (1 Comments)
For those searching for a bit of poetry in their games, Kingdom Ka from Carrot Cake Studios may satisfy that craving.

Ganbare! Super Strikers, a game that mixes a tactical RPG and Football together has Linux support

By liamdawe, 13 March 2018 at 12:45 pm UTC (5 Comments)
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.

a Museum of Dubious Splendors, a strange free game that's half storybook and half exploration

By liamdawe, 12 March 2018 at 11:59 am UTC (1 Comments)
Fancy exploring a peculiar Museum while reading short stories? a Museum of Dubious Splendors is a free game that has Linux support.

Exit84 is a frustrating typing-platformer game where you move by typing what's on the screen

By liamdawe, 12 March 2018 at 11:25 am UTC (4 Comments)
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.

Low-fi narrative game All Our Asias is a surprising, surreal experience

By Kels, 12 March 2018 at 10:13 am UTC (2 Comments)
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.

Abstractanks is minimalist real-time strategy game with a focus on fast-paced skirmishes

By liamdawe, 5 March 2018 at 11:20 am UTC (0 Comments)
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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