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xoEl Empire, a puzzle game that's just utterly weird is on Linux

By liamdawe, 22 September 2017 at 8:35 am UTC (1 Comments)
A little overdue, but I took a look at xoEl Empire as the developer sent in a copy. This puzzle game is just completely weird.

Blowing everyone up in EVERSPACE, my thoughts

By liamdawe, 19 September 2017 at 7:35 pm UTC (18 Comments)
After a long wait, EVERSPACE arrived for Linux recently, here’s my thoughts of this rather intense space shooter.

Surviving a frozen world in ICY: Frostbite Edition, some thoughts

By liamdawe, 18 September 2017 at 1:07 pm UTC (4 Comments)
ICY: Frostbite Edition is the complete remaster of ICY (which did not have a Linux version), here’s some thoughts on surviving this narrative-driven post-apocalyptic survival RPG set in a new Ice Age.

Stealing cars, helicopters and blowing stuff up in Voxel Turf, some thoughts

By liamdawe, 16 September 2017 at 8:01 pm UTC (11 Comments)
Voxel Turf is the new block based urban sandbox from developer L Twigger, some may see it as a voxel sandbox version of Grand Theft Auto, so here’s some thoughts.

Some thoughts on Swim Out, a relaxing puzzle experience

By BTRE, 14 September 2017 at 10:13 pm UTC (2 Comments)
A game about swimming might not be the most obvious premise for the puzzle genre. Swim Out, released today, nonetheless combines stylized visuals and audio into a relaxing package.

Astral Traveler, the runner-style racer has released for Linux, some thoughts

By liamdawe, 13 September 2017 at 7:05 pm UTC (3 Comments)
Astral Traveler, the brand new runner-style racer from Dragon Slumber and Brainoid that released with day-1 Linux support. Here’s my review.

Eat or be eaten in Tooth and Tail, a new strategy game with day-1 Linux support, my thoughts

By liamdawe, 12 September 2017 at 5:15 pm UTC (14 Comments)
As a big fan of real-time strategy games, I couldn’t pass up checking out Tooth and Tail from Pocketwatch Games.

Death Point, a top-down action and stealth game released with Linux support, my thoughts

By liamdawe, 12 September 2017 at 1:46 pm UTC (3 Comments)
Death Point is a new top-down action and stealth game from Andiks LTD, it recently released with Linux support. Always on the lookout for a new stealth game, I couldn't pass it up.

Breaking out in The Escapists 2, some thoughts

By liamdawe, 11 September 2017 at 11:32 am UTC (1 Comments)
The Escapists 2 launched recently with day-1 Linux support, Team17 sent over a key and I’ve taken a look.

Tyranny – Bastard’s Wound released, some thoughts

By BTRE, 7 September 2017 at 3:11 pm UTC (6 Comments)
The latest DLC for Obsidian’s RPG has been released today. I was given the chance to play through it and have some thoughts to share.

Some thoughts on Castle Story, the voxel-based strategy game

By liamdawe, 4 September 2017 at 2:35 pm UTC (7 Comments)
Castle Story finally released in full and it came with day-1 Linux support, I've taken a look at this voxel-based strategy game to see if it's worth your cash.

spaceBOUND, the clever zero-gravity puzzle-platformer now works on Linux, it's very good

By liamdawe, 1 September 2017 at 4:25 pm UTC (0 Comments)
I mentioned spaceBOUND recently, but it didn't really work. Thankfully, now it will if you use the usual Unity trick to overcome the broken fullscreen. It's a clever game too, well worth a look.

Songbringer, a procedural action RPG released with Linux support, my thoughts

By liamdawe, 1 September 2017 at 1:59 pm UTC (6 Comments)
Songbringer, a rather beautiful adventure and exploration RPG with procedural worlds has released for Linux, here's my thoughts.

Some thoughts on Axis Football 2017

By BTRE, 31 August 2017 at 8:07 pm UTC (14 Comments)
Touting much gridiron action, Axis Football 2017 is the latest installment in the American Football franchise. I took the game for a spin and have a few thoughts to share.

A Hole New World, a retro platformer with two worlds that's actually pretty good

By liamdawe, 26 August 2017 at 7:25 pm UTC (13 Comments)
The release of the retro pixel platformer A Hole New World went a bit unnoticed, so I took a look to see if it's worth diving in.
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