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Megaquarium: Deep Freeze is the biggest DLC yet for the aquarium building sim

By Liam Dawe,
An often overlooked gem is Megaquarium, a game where you build your very own aquarium but developer Twice Circled is still expanding it with Megaquarium: Deep Freeze announced.

Unity nuked their Terms of Service on GitHub as 'views were so low'

By Liam Dawe,
The current saga of Unity is not quite over yet, as they're still trying to clean up developer concerns after the botched announcement of the Runtime Fee. One bit currently in the spotlight is their Terms of Service and how they previously pulled the rug from developers.

Unity announced big changes following the hated Runtime Fee

By Liam Dawe,
After the absolute disaster that was their original Runtime Fee announcement, Unity have now put up another apology and announced what the new plan is going forward.

Core Keeper gets a mod SDK and support + Shimmering Frontier update due October 4th

By Liam Dawe,
The wonderful mining, exploration and crafting game Core Keeper just got a big upgrade adding in modding support via, there's a new modding SDK and next month a new free expansion launches.

MonoGame plan to create a non-profit foundation to support development

By Liam Dawe,
The fallout from the big Unity mess continues, with the MonoGame team jumping in to present a new plan for the future of this open-source and cross-platform framework for game developers.

Robot Gentleman dev of 60 Seconds! blasts Unity, switches to Godot and increases funding

By Liam Dawe,
The fallout from Unity's recent ridiculous pricing changes and terrible communication continues, with developer Robot Gentleman now waving goodbye to Unity and joining up with Godot Engine.

Terraria dev Re-Logic donates $100K to Godot Engine and FNA, plus ongoing funding

By Liam Dawe,
Taking a firm stand against what Unity have been doing, Terraria developer Re-Logic announced today they've begun funding Godot Engine and FNA with a big donation and ongoing funding.

Check out the demo for Beacon Patrol based on the popular board game

By Liam Dawe,
With a planned full release in 2024, developers BrutalHack and Shapes and Dreams have put up a demo for Beacon Patrol - a relaxing game all about exploring the ocean. It's actually a digital adaption of the board game of the same name, one that's quite highly rated too.

Unity Considers Tentative Changes To Controversial Policies

By Smellbringer,
In the ongoing saga of changes with Unity's revenue model, Unity seem set to make some changes but not a full reversal so here's the latest.

Unity apologises for the new runtime fee, say they will make changes

By Liam Dawe,
After leaving developers furious for nearly a whole week after the recent announcement of making developers pay for game installs, Unity put up a fresh statement.

Unity attempt to clarify new install fees as developers revolt

By Liam Dawe,
The saga with the Unity game engine continues, after their completely botched announcement of a new fee system game developers will need to pay.

Here's some alternatives to the Unity game engine

By Liam Dawe,
In the wake of Unity setting everything on fire with their new revenue model for developers, here's a reminder on what other game engines and tech is out there for developers to look into.

Unity introduces new fees for game devs based on revenue and game installs

By Liam Dawe,
Unity Technologies have announced an overhaul to their fees for game developers, which now includes tracking game installs and revenue.

Vampire Survivors co-op and new game engine upgrade is live

By Liam Dawe,
The game that started off a sudden craze and lots of clones, Vampire Survivors 1.6 is out now adding in local co-op along with moving over to the Unity game engine.

Heart of the Machine from Arcen Games dropping Native Linux for Proton

By Liam Dawe,
Arcen Games developers of AI War, The Last Federation, Bionic Dues have said they're no longer doing Native Linux support for their upcoming game Heart of the Machine and will instead rely on Proton.

Rightfully, Beary Arms is an incredibly bizarre bullet-hell shooter

By Liam Dawe,
Rightfully, Beary Arms is a weird and wonderfully whack twin-stick shooter rogue-lite that's now in Early Access with Native Linux support and it works on the Steam Deck too.

Retro-inspired JRPG 'Alterium Shift' enters Early Access

By Liam Dawe,
Love your classic JRPG-likes? Alterium Shift is another good looking entry that recently entered Early Access on Steam with Native Linux support.

Vampire Survivors switching to new game engine on August 17

By Liam Dawe,
The smash indie hit Vampire Survivors is planning to finally move over to their newer and upgraded game engine on August 17th.

7 Days to Die gets another huge overhaul in Alpha 21

By Liam Dawe,
7 Days to Die has surged in popularity thanks to a huge new upgrade coming amount, with developer The Fun Pimps bringing some pretty surprising stuff to the game.

Use a camera to solve puzzles in hand-drawn adventure TOEM

By Liam Dawe,
TOEM, a hand-drawn black and white adventure puzzle game from developer Something We Made now has a Native Linux build available.
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