Oh my, what have they done to Chess! Something glorious, that's what. Pawnbarian is coming to Linux and the demo is out for Linux now too.
The Universim, the game that mixes in a god sim with a city-builder has expanded once again and in quite a big way with the environment.
Civilization VI - New Frontier Pass went live yesterday, well the first part anyway and it appears it's launched without Linux and macOS.
In Northgard you take control of a clan, trying to try to settle new lands while dealing with all the other clans also wanting riches. There's a major caveat for Linux though.
Artifact 2.0, the revamp of Valve's failed competitive card game inches ever closer with the announcement of invites starting to slowly go out.
Hnefatafl, the ancient 'board game of the vikings' just recently had a version ported to Linux from developer Philippe Schober and it sounds like quite a complete package.
After waiting quite a while, Subset Games finally gave us the Linux port of Into the Breach and it's been working well for us but they just put out a fresh update to fix some issues.
Two Point Hospital continues building up more content with ipdate 1.20 - R.E.M.I.X V2 out now and there's quite a big discount going on it.
Dungeons 3, the delightfully evil strategy game from Realmforge Studios and Kalypso Media is finally complete.
Paradox Interactive and Paradox Development Studio today announced that desktop monarchs will be able to attempt to claim vast lands in Crusader Kings III on September 1.
Continuing to be a favourite indie game I keep a close eye on, The Fertile Crescent is a Bronze Age real-time strategy game that's currently entirely free to play.
Much like the recently covered and pretty good Radio General, the slightly older Radio Commander from Serious Sim now has a Linux build that's in need of testing.
Paradox Development Studio and Paradox Interactive today announced Europa Universalis IV: Emperor to release on June 9.
Radio General, a strategy game that puts you in a tent with a radio and a map and has you direct troops around released recently with Linux support.
Stellaris turns 4 with the big 2.7 'Wells' update - free to play for a few days and a big milestone hit
Today Paradox Interactive and Paradox Development Studio have released the huge 2.7 'Wells' update for Stellaris, as it recently turned 4.
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