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Free stealth game The Dark Mod v2.10 is a HUGE upgrade

By Liam Dawe,
Inspired by the Thief series, The Dark Mod is a brilliant free and open source game and game engine for people to make various levels with. The Dark Mod version 2.10 is out now and it's BIG.

Bomb Club Deluxe is an explosive puzzle game out now

By Liam Dawe,
Bomb Club Deluxe from Antoine Latour and Lozange Lab is a fresh and quality puzzle game, all about setting off explosive chain reactions to solve a level.

Aperture Desk Job from Valve is out now and it's ridiculous

By Liam Dawe,
Aperture Desk Job is the latest game from Valve, it's free but it's also just a tech demo to show off the Steam Deck controls and features.

Steam Deck - using Luxtorpeda for Morrowind, Warzone 2100 and X-COM

By Liam Dawe,
The Steam Deck is clearly great with a lot of modern titles and plenty of AAA games, but what about the classics? For that Luxtorpeda can provide a great experience on Deck.

Valheim updated with full gamepad and Steam Deck support

By Liam Dawe,
Time to wander through the Black Forest from your bed, as Valheim now has a fresh update available that was previously in a public Beta to add in gamepad support and work nicely with the Steam Deck.

Dying Light gets a cross-play update

By Liam Dawe,
Techland might have their shiny new Dying Light 2 now available but they're apparently not even finished with the first Dying Light with a big update out now.

Inscryption from Daniel Mullins Games gets a Linux Beta

By Liam Dawe,
Here's your chance to help test another upcoming native Linux build, as Daniel Mullins Games have put up a Beta you can try for Inscryption.

Slay the Spire gets Steam Deck and Steam Input compatibility

By Liam Dawe,
You'll soon be throwing cards around and defeating monsters with ease, as Slay the Spire now has proper Steam Input support so it's ready for the Steam Deck.

Factorio devs experimenting with Steam Deck improvements

By Liam Dawe,
Factorio is one game that I've yet to try on my Steam Deck but it sounds like it's not ideal right now. Thankfully Wube Software LTD. are working on it.

Terraria gets another update, this time for Steam Deck Optimizations

By Liam Dawe,
This is terrible news for my free time, as if I didn't have enough to play in bed. Terraria has a new patch out to make it even better on the Steam Deck.

The Long Dark gets fixed up for Linux with Vulkan and Steam Deck Verified

By Liam Dawe,
The Long Dark, a very chilly survival game that's not really like any others recently had an upgrade. It's also a Steam Deck Verified title.

Albion Online getting gamepad support for Steam Deck

By Liam Dawe,
Running some errands and doing some guild battles in Albion Online on the go, or in bed? Why not. Albion Online is getting gamepad support real soon.

Aperture Desk Job from Valve coming March 1 and it's free

By Liam Dawe,
Along with the release of the Steam Deck, Valve also announce a new upcoming game in the Portal universe named Aperture Desk Job that will release March 1.

RimWorld upgrades for Steam Deck delayed by the situation in Ukraine

By Liam Dawe,
RimWorld will be getting some upgrades to make it look great on the Steam Deck but it's going to take a little longer.

Dota 2 gets another new hero with Primal Beast, Techies reworked

By Liam Dawe,
Dota 2 just got a pretty huge update that not only brings in a fierce new hero with Primal Beast, but finally reworks Techies in the gameplay patch too.

Challenging epic RPG adventure 'Tails of Iron' gets Linux support

By Liam Dawe,
This is a bit of a surprise. Tails of Iron from Odd Bug Studio that released for Windows back in September 2021 just added official Linux support.

Roguebook adds a timed Tournament system, new character DLC

By Liam Dawe,
Roguebook, the singeplayer roguelike deckbuilder from the developer of Faeria just got a big upgrade with a new Tournament system, plus a DLC character.

Dwarf Fortress gets a roadmap, Linux version included

By Liam Dawe,
The new Steam version of Dwarf Fortress sounds exciting, bringing in a whole new generation to the classic and they've finally given something of a roadmap to release.

3.3 'Libra' update out now for Stellaris

By Liam Dawe,
Paradox Interactive has released the 3.3 'Libra' Update for Stellaris, as their "custodians" initiative continues with a dedicated team working on free updates.

The next release of free RTS 0 A.D. will have some new graphics options

By Liam Dawe,
0 A.D. is a free and open source historical RTS that's been in development for a long time. Each release is impressive and it sounds like the next release is going to look pretty shiny.
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