Valheim continues to get improvements and it's easily one of my favourite survival games, it's just fantastic with a couple of friends. This new update should make it even better.
Barotrauma, a game that's about exploring the ocean on Jupiter's moon Europa, where many horrors wait below the surface of the water.
Love your mechs? Lancer Tactics was announced recently, as a video game adaption of the popular crowdfunded tabletop roleplaying game.
Up for a challenge? Marble-rolling platformer Marble It Up! just recently gained Native Linux support in a Beta.
Trains underwater? It's happening. The frantic and hilarious Unrailed! just got a big free content upgrade.
I think it might be seriously time to play a whole lot more Volcanoids, with the new Ground Support update adding in special drones you can build and it looks awesome.
After a while in Early Access, Terraformers from Asteroid Lab and Goblinz Publishing / IndieArk is officially out now with the 1.0 update.
A day many players have been waiting for, Last Epoch has finally added in multiplayer amongst a number of other big changes to this action RPG.
Relic Space combines together smooth turn-based movement (think like Jupiter Hell) with tactical combat, RPG mechanics and 4X elements.
Seems moi rai games are sticking to what they know, with them moving on from Monster Sanctuary (which is still being updated) to their new announcement with Aethermancer.
Transport Fever 2 is going strong since the release in 2019. They just launched a console version, and upgraded the PC release with some massive improvements too.
Do any of you remember OpenHV? Back in 2020, it was announced as an OpenRA-based free and open source RTS, based on designs from Daniel Cook that never made it into a game planned to be called Hard Vacuum but now it's here and it has a massive upgrade.
Need a fresh party game with simple controls and plenty of mini-games to play? Starship Olympics is free, open source and worth a go.
Atari teamed up with SneakyBox to revamp another classic, with Caverns of Mars: Recharged officially out now with Native Linux support.
It's fast, it gives you six degrees of freedom (6DOF) and it's open source too! Fly Dangerous just had it's second big upgrade since entering Early Access.
Set in a fantasy world of magic and talking animals, Scorchlands is a peculiar city-builder now in Early Access.
Vangers is a thoroughly weird racing role-playing adventure originally released in 1998, and it's still being upgraded.
Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania is a fresh content expansion for the popular rogue-lite, metroidvania inspired, action-platformer and it's available now.
Kujlevka from developer Callback and publisher Crytivo is a quirky adventure about a flying saucer crash landing into a small distant Russian village.
Marble Blast was first released in 2002, before being updated to Marble Blast Gold in 2003. The demo can be obnoxious, with it showing a begging screen imploring you to buy the full game after completing each and every level. Considering the state of the registered version as it exists now, this can feel more than a bit galling.