Short on time and want to try something new? It's Free Game Monday™! Come check out Fate of Dynasty which is open source.
Love your short action-adventure games that have the feel of classic Zelda? Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion hits the spot and as a bonus it's completely hilarious.
Love your small experimental games? I sure do and one I came across recently called Island Artist is absolutely wonderful.
In the game qomp you are the ball, the ball that has been thrown around games like Pong for a very long time and you've had enough - it's time to escape.
Edgar - Bokbok in Boulzac, a comedy point and click adventure by La Poule Noire that released in early 2020 has been given a big permanent price cut.
Intergalactic Wizard Force, developed for the AdventureX Game Jam is well worth a look as it's absolutely hilarious and won't take you long to complete.
After a short Beta testing period, it seems Delores: A Thimbleweed Park Mini-Adventure is now out properly for Linux from developer Ron Gilbert and Terrible Toybox.
Originally made for the Ludum Dare 46 Game Jam, Cubic Currency has been expanded and overhauled for a full release to have you deal a crazy new currency: dice.
Enjoy your coffee break games? Oneons: Prisoners looks like it could keep you busy, with an experimental take on tactical rogue-lite combat.
I don't quite know what to make of this. My Exercise is completely bizarre and yet ridiculously charming at the same time, all about some chubby kid doing sit-ups with their dog.
Spin the conversation wheel of fortune in the short-form narrative game We should talk. that's out now with Linux support.
It's not what you say, it's how you say it. We should talk. is an upcoming short-form narrative game about having a chat and it looks delightful.
TimeOut is a free and somewhat short narrative adventure from solo dev Christopher Lee and the style is simply incredible.
Depanneur Nocturne is a short, sweet and experimental game from KO_OP about finding a gift for a special someone in a store that's soon to close.
Just like with Planetfriend, we're continuing to highlight a few smaller experimental and outright weird games and another recent discovery is Dwellers of the Gut.
One Dreamer: Prologue, a narrative adventure about a failed VR game developer needs some Linux testing
Developer Gareth Ffoulkes is currently working on One Dreamer, a narrative story adventure about an indie game developer suffering burnout. There's a Prologue and it now has a Linux Beta that needs some testing.
Keep It Alive - a short game that has you keep a heart beating and a train running from the Pony Island dev
Developed for the Ludum Dare 46 Game Jam that happened in April this year, one of the most interesting games to come out of it was Keep It Alive.
The absolutely exhilarating short horror visual novel Critters for Sale, which was originally released the first day of 2019, had its second chapter ("Goat") available for some time (Jun 2019, actually) and it's worth a look. Note: The article may cause issues if you have photosensitive epilepsy.
'Discover my Body' is a 10 minute long free body-horror minigame about transhumanism and social alienation
Discover my Body takes place twenty years in the future, in a dystopian society where a strange medical procedure was developed to enhance human consciousness, which is being used by people to escape their miseries and existential despair.
Monument is an indie FPS that was released in June 2015 to meet 'mostly positive' reviews on Steam. It also got a massive revamp nearly five years later.
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