That's right, The 25th Ward: The Silver Case the follow up title to The Silver Case which gained Linux support in an update to the remastered version last year. This time around, we saw day-1 support.
Slime Rancher, the game about running around sucking up cute (and some not so cute) slimes and running a farm is easily one of the sweetest games available on Linux and the Mochi's Megabucks update is rather good.
The MMO Project: Gorgon has officially entered Early Access on Steam and they've even put out day-1 Linux support.
Another huge update to the open-world MMO Albion Online is now live, with a bunch of new features to make it more interesting.
The two WWI FPS games from M2H and Blackmill Games, Tannenberg & Verdun, both got an update recently which upgraded Unity for a performance boost and more.
Where The Water Tastes Like Wine is a rather strange narrative-driven adventure game about travelling and it's now out. Sadly, it's not good right now.
I recently took a look at the psychological horror Rise of Insanity and after finishing it, I've been left rather underwhelmed.
A while ago the Unity game engine sadly introduced a bug which has caused many games to either display a black screen or give no input, Slime Rancher is another I've discovered with it. Here's a temporary fix.
Albion Online is set to expand again with the 'Lancelot' update that has been announced for release on March 12th.
Shroud of the Avatar: Forsaken Virtues is looking to officially leave Early Access next month, which is a little surprising.
The developer of Mercury Race emailed us about their fast-paced racing game that's inspired by Wipeout and F-Zero, as they plan to support Linux.
Black Ice is an in-development cyberpunk hack and shoot FPS that I'm quite a fan of, this new update makes it feel like a whole new game.
Think you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur and build up a big network of factories, transport lines and build an industrial and financial empire? Take a look at Rise of Industry.
It's been a while since Can't Drive This gained Linux support, so I finally set aside some time to take a proper look. An amusing idea, where one player races and the other builds the track as you go.
The developers of Albion Online mentioned before they plan to make the world a bit more interesting and now they're talking more about roaming mobs.
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