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.
Continuing on from my previous articles on how to get both Doom 3 and Quake 4 running on modern Linux systems, I felt the time was right to look at Prey, another id Tech 4 based game with a native Linux port. It did not take me long to discover that the main issue people were likely to run into with Prey had nothing to do with the game itself.
Here's one that fell through the cracks. The Red Strings Club, a cyberpunk adventure game from Deconstructeam recently released with Linux support.
Combining tabletop aesthetics and inspirations, this tactics game pits a small band of warriors against challenging odds. I played a fair amount of Warbands: Bushido and have a few thoughts to share.
Attack of the Earthlings, a new strategy game from Monstrum creator Team Junkfish plays like a reverse XCOM and it's pretty good.
I had been complaining about how hard it was in DiRT Rally with a tiny gamepad stick, so I picked up the Logitech Driving Force G29 Steering Wheel and here's some initial thoughts on it.
Few games make me repeatedly go back and try to improve my times, with Remnants of Naezith being one such game that has completely hooked my attention.
Tesla vs Lovecraft is another top-down shooter from 10tons Ltd that puts you in the shoes of Nikola Tesla as you face off against lovecraftian nightmares.
A throwback to earlier generations of games, R-COIL tries to capture the spirit of that era while providing modern conveniences and flourishes.
This point and click game meshes stories of people trying to create and discover new truths in prewar Vienna. I’ve completed the episodic series and have a few thoughts to share.
Railway Empire, a game about building an elaborate and wide-ranging rail network officially released with same-day Linux support.
The Last Time is a short but good point and click adventure written by a single developer. It's also quite cheap.
I'm always happy to see more party games on Linux, but Super Slime Arena is quite disappointing overall.
Two years on from the release of the original game, Arcen games have released an expansion to their sometimes over-the-top action shooter/dungeon crawler hybrid. After dodging my fair share of bullets and dying quite a few times, I have a few thoughts to share on the experience.
It's not often I enjoy a game as thoroughly as Iconoclasts, there's so much about it to love it's something I will remember for a long time.
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