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Albion Online's upcoming Corrupted Dungeons sound fun

By Liam Dawe,
With the next massive update 'Rise of Avalon' coming to Albion Online in August, Sandbox Int have started giving out more in-depth details about the new features coming to this MMO.

Command the undead as shields and weapons in Millions of Minions

By Liam Dawe,
Millions of Minions: An Underground Adventure is a brand new dungeon crawler that recently released into Steam Early Access, giving a slightly unique take on it.

Unity Learn Premium has been made permanently free

By Liam Dawe,
After initially opening up their developer resources for a few months, Unity Technologies have now decided to make Unity Learn Premium actually free for all.

The next big Albion Online update arrives in August

By Liam Dawe,
Albion Online is set to expand once again with the Rise of Avalon that will bring in 'a new era' according to the developer Sandbox Interactive.

Troll Patrol is a heavenly mix of an RPG with Match-3 mechanics

By Liam Dawe,
Sometimes picking up a new indie game release on a whim turns into a new love and that's very much the case with Troll Patrol.

Exit: A Biodelic Adventure has outrageous art and a world where everything is alive

By Liam Dawe,
A world in which computers can be fed and cured, where DNA-passwords open gene-locks, insect hormones revitalize memory, biofactories that give birth to household utensils and a lot more await in Exit: A Biodelic Adventure.

Time-travel action-RPG 'Last Epoch' has a huge update out

By Liam Dawe,
Currently in Early Access the action-RPG with a jolt of added time travel, Last Epoch, recently had a massive content update and it's sounding great.

Theme park builder 'Parkitect' now uses the Vulkan API on Linux

By Liam Dawe,
Parkitect, one of the most magnificent games from 2018 had one of it's usual monthly updates but it turns out for Linux it was more than just some bug fixing.

Wipeout inspired racer BallisticNG to get a big expansion in July

By Liam Dawe,
BallisticNG, what the developers openly call a love letter to the classic Wipeout, is set to get a big DLC filled with new content to blast through.

Historically-accurate WWII adventure Attentat 1942 looking at Linux builds

By Liam Dawe,
Attentat 1942, a historically-accurate adventure about World War 2 from developer Charles Games has recently switched to the Unity game engine and is looking into Linux support.

Steampunk base-builder Volcanoids adds online co-op

By Liam Dawe,
Volcanoids is pure joy if you love steampunk and great big machines, as it combines the two together and now it has online co-op.

Dwellers of the Gut has you rescue the townsfolk inside a giant

By Liam Dawe,
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.

The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall continues living with Daggerfall Unity

By Liam Dawe,
Daggerfall Unity is a recreation of The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall built on the Unity game engine, with the project source code also available.

Keep It Alive - a short game that has you keep a heart beating and a train running from the Pony Island dev

By Liam Dawe,
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.

Go on a free and slightly disturbing journey as an egg cell in Swallow the Sea

By Liam Dawe,
I love short experimental games and Swallow the Sea is up there in my favourites this year, as it's so delightfully weird that it's absolutely captivating.