After multiple Release Candidates, the Homesteading update (which is huge) is out now for Vintage Story, one of the best survival games available for Linux.
Caves & Cliffs: Part II is in development at Mojang as the next major Minecraft upgrade and you can now test the new world generation is a special build.
WorldBox gives you a pixel-art god game all about doing whatever they hell you want. It's actually fantastic and a new release is out now.
Want to try what could potential end up as the next big thing? Elteria Adventures is an upcoming creative online sandbox adventure game and they're accepting testers on Steam through the Playtest feature.
The day many have been waiting for, the first part of the huge Caves & Cliffs update is out now for Minecraft.
Pick up your sword, your shovel and prepare for an almighty headbutt as Minecraft Caves & Cliffs: Part 1 has been confirmed for release on June 8.
Terraria, the 2D pixel-art sandbox survival adventure has now officially turned 10 years old and it's going as strong as ever.
Do you like watching a world evolve over time? Or perhaps you like watching pure chaos unfold. WorldBox is an in development sandbox god sim and now it has a Linux build too.
Sprinkle in a little RimWorld, Space Haven, Starmancer and more together and you get what looks like Stardeus.
Mojang say that the Caves & Cliffs update for Minecraft is "the most ambitious one we've ever developed" and so they're going to need a lot more time to finish it.
This is wonderful! Texel Raptor, developer of the absolutely fantastic theme park building game Parkitect have announced a new Beta is available that brings in cross-platform online multiplayer.
Need to spice up your Terraria a little? It's now easier than ever, if you have it on Steam that is, as Steam Workshop support is now hooked up with the latest upgrade.
Despite being nearly 10 years since the full release, Terraria appears to show absolutely no signs of slowing down with more milestones being hit and a tease of more content to come.
Boxelware did exceptionally well with Avorion, a space exploration sim that lets you build ships together with blocks and they've teased a massive 2.0 update to come.
Out for your next survival game that isn't Valheim? Do give Vintage Story a go, which on the surface looks like Minecraft but it's so much more interesting and far deeper mechanically.
Minetest, the Minecraft-like voxel game engine (and a basic game that comes with it) has a big new release out with Minetest 5.4.0 and it's worth trying again.
Grand Theft Auto style mechanics blended in with some Minecraft blocky style and city-building, that's sort-of a basic overview of what you can expect in Voxel Turf.
In need of a new fun physics sim? How about one that's free, open source and can be played in multiplayer? Rigs of Rods might be what you're after and they have a new release.
After a promising Alpha release on itch.io back in 2018, the day has finally come to enter purgatory in Valheim.
Minetest is the free and open source voxel game engine, inspired originally by Minecraft it's gradually becoming bigger and better with lots of available games for it.
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