Free, open source and a lot of fun to get mixing, FamiStudio is a wonderful application for making some retro tunes and there's a new release available.
After a new VR game that's supported on Linux? There's not a lot to pick from but you can now add Groove Gunner to your collection.
Currently available in Early Access, the game Wildermyth is a very impressive mix of an RPG with turn-based tactical battles with a brilliant papercraft style. It also appears to be getting a slick new soundtrack.
Another great project we are following is FamiStudio, a free and open source NES-style music maker and they have a fresh release up now.
Love your musical rhythm adventures? Duckbridge, developer of hiphop western game Luckslinger is coming back with BOY BEATS WORLD.
A chiptune/8-bit version of the Dead Cells soundtrack? Absolutely sign me up. Oh, there's also a brand new free content update out now which is nice too.
FamiStudio, a pretty fun looking program designed for people making chiptune music and NES homebrewers recently had a big new release and it came with their first Linux build.
Need something to truly get your bloody pumping? HyperCore mixes together a bullet-hell with a musical rhythm game in the style of a retro space shooter.
Songs for a Hero - A Lenda do Herói has been around for a few years now, and it ended up quite popular for a good reason. It's a platformer with a clever musical twist but until now it wasn't available in English.
With fast beats and quick finger work needed to hit all the notes, the community-driven rhythm game 'Project Heartbeat' is now available with Linux support in Early Access.
Unbeatable from developer D-Cell Games is an upcoming rhythm-adventure where music summons dangerous monsters and it looks really quite sweet.
osu!, going under the current development name of osu!lazer is a very popular free rhythm game and they're now doing official builds for Linux gamers.
Stretch your fingers and get ready for a workout, as a new rhythm game is in town named Project Heartbeat.
What was originally supposed to launch last month, the Steam Soundtrack Sale is now live as Valve celebrate the new feature of the Steam store and client dedicated to Soundtracks.
Valve have announced that they're going to be giving Soundtracks their own special section on Steam instead of them being a generic DLC listing.
I spoke to the developer of the first-person adventure game The Norwood Suite about their plans for Linux.
For those who love their music, you might want to take a look at Clone Hero (they're working on a better name) which aims to be a cross-platform clone of Guitar Hero.
Last month, ERSATZ, the speed focused hardcore action-platformer with a musical twist added Linux support and since I love a good beat I gave it a go. Here's some thoughts.
For a few more days, you can get both 'Frederic' rhythm games for a massive 90% discount, demos available
There is a huge 90% discount for a double package featuring both 'Frederic' rhythm games until September 26th. Right now, if you buy the games separately, they would cost you USD 10.98 in total, but with this deal you'll only pay USD 0.89 for both.
Auto-Staccato is a new action rhythm game coming to Linux and it's trying to get on Steam. Think of Audiosurf with swords and magics, it looks amusing.
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