Could this be your next time sink? Mindustry merges together Tower Defense style gameplay with production chains from the likes of Factorio.
Fast-paced arena shooter Warsow has been forked, updated under the name of Warfork and it's now in Early Access on Steam.
How about a little open source news to get your Monday flowing? Game porter Ethan Lee recently announced the release of wsPublish, an open source Steam Workshop Interop Library with a little history.
Ah yes, one of my favourite days of the week. The day I get to unleash more glorious puns about Wine with another release now available for those of you wanting to run Windows games and applications on Linux.
Superstarfighter is a FOSS local multiplayer game made with Godot Engine that continues to impress me and the latest update is out now with more great features.
Don't get frustrated by the lack of official support from Logitech for their steering wheels on Linux, reclaim your hardware with these two handy open source tools.
In a post on the official Libretro website, the team notes that open source Dreamcast emulation with Flycast (a fork of Reicast) has progress along tremendously.
The Goldberg Steam Emulator is an interesting project and one that could be important if Steam ever goes fully offline.
The RPCS3 team continue hacking away at their code for this impressive PlayStation 3 emulator and they've reached another milestone.
With the 1.0 release of the OpenXR 1.0 specification, Collabora have begun to detail more work going on with Monado their open source OpenXR runtime for Linux.
Godot Engine developer Juan Linietsky continues pushing ahead with Godot's move to Vulkan, with another impressive progress report now available and it all sounds great.
Here's something that's awesome! Thanks to the new features in the Steam client on Linux that came with Steam Play, you can add in other compatibility tools to run games through and Boxtron is one such tool.
Not one I've covered before: Pegasus Frontend, a free and open source (GPL) game launcher that seems pretty sweet has Linux support.
For our third bit of Valve news today, they also recently announced that their Mesa shader compiler "ACO" had a bit of an upgrade recently as well.
Valve seem to be pushing Linux support even harder now, with the announcement of the open source xrdesktop project from Collabora.