Sumoman is confirmed to be coming to Linux and after watching the trailer I'm officially sold on it. We do have a great variety of platformers, but the physics at play here looks hilarious.
I've spent a bit of time flailing about in VThree, a new Early Access run and jump game based on speed-running to the end of a level. It's fun, but difficult.
I only wrote about signs of Fossil Echo finally coming to Linux yesterday, but it has already seen a release!
Doing my usual perusing of SteamDB while something is uploading or compiling I came across Fossil Echo. A game that was supposed to be on Linux quite some time ago, but it looks like it's finally happening.
Polyball is quite a weird game to describe really, as you're just controlling a ball and racing along platforms across various levels. That doesn't sound like much, but it's actually pretty fun.
Lambs on the Road, a post-apocalyptic platformer survival game is coming to Linux and it looks pretty decent.
The developers of Caveman Warriors sent in a copy of their in-development 1-4 player action platformer and it's really quite good.
The developers of World of One emailed in details about their dark puzzle platformer and it really does look interesting.
Fumiko! An incredibly strange platformer was sent in by the developer, it was developed on Linux so I was keen to take a look.
The developers of Eternum emailed in to let us know that their pretty good looking platformer will have Linux support. They are looking to get some Steam Greenlight votes.
In Alwa's Awakening you are a stranger who has been summoned to help rid Alwa of evil! A very retro throwback at the NES era and it pulls it off pretty well.
The developers of Signs of Life switched from XNA to MonoGame a few months ago and now the Linux build has been promoted to an officially supported platform.
An indie puzzle platformer, where you must control the world around you with words, by the name of Typoman: Revised has made its way onto Linux via Steam.
This action-adventure platformer Gunmetal Arcadia, with smooth retro-styled art, was released earlier in the week.
The developer of Tinertia sent in some keys at user-request for us to take a look at this rather amusing twin-stick shooter.