The last game from Space Budgie, Glitchspace, a first-person puzzler that involves reprogramming the environment is now officially free.
Are you a quick thinker? Do you like trains? Train Valley 2 is a pretty good puzzle game that's now in Early Access.
For those who have fond memories of Marble Madness, you might want to drop what you're doing and check out The Little Ball That Could.
Always on the look-out for new games, today I came across Algo Bot. A story-based puzzle game where you're trying to contain a crisis on a colonization ship. It looks like quite a treat for fans of puzzle games, especially since it pulls in aspects of programming.
CROSSNIQ+ is the followup to the free puzzle game CROSSNIQ, it's a little like Bejeweled (or any other match-x game) mixed with a Rubik's cube. It's on Kickstarter with full Linux support just like the previous free game.
Flying Oak Games certainly get points for originality here, as Boo! Greedy Kid is a pretty amusing idea for a casual fast-paced puzzle game.
For those of you looking to fly across rooftops and solve puzzles in the dead of night, this new puzzle game may tickle your fancy. It was released earlier today with same-day Linux support and I have a few brief thoughts.
We Were Here Too is a very interesting puzzle game, one where you and a friend team up and walk through different rooms and solve puzzles together using your walkie-talkies.
Think you're smart? Puzzle game PATHOS might make you think again and it's now available on Linux to fry your brain.
The Fall Part 2: Unbound is the long-awaited follow-on from Over The Moon's previous story-based adventure and puzzle game The Fall.
Boo! Greedy Kid is a game about a boy with an unhealthy soda addiction that's wreaking havoc in order to obtain more of the good stuff. You can also use your own voice in the game to scare people.
HyperRogue is a non-Euclidean roguelike that has not only messed with my brain, it also combines a free and paid development model with code that's under the GPL.
If you're after a point & click game that's a little creepy, Goetia might be a good fit for you to try out this week.
In the mood to challenge your brain? Dawn of a Soul, a mathematical puzzle game has recently put up a Linux version.
The Fall Part 2: Unbound, the sequel to the 2014 game The Fall is to officially release on February 13 with Linux support and there's a new trailer out.
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