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War Thunder’s “The Valkyries” update is now live, adding helicopters

The vehicular combat MMO has released its 1.81 update which brings a number of goodies for players, including several helicopters that are available for testing.

You can now show everyone your mad skills using Descenders' new Replay Mode

Descenders, the downhill freeriding game has been updated with a Replay Mode so I took a look to see what fun things you could do with it.

One of the fine folks in the Intel Mesa driver team has written up a post on their work improving games in DXVK

Writing on their personal blog, Jason Ekstrand from the Intel Mesa team has written up some information on what they've been doing to improve the Intel drivers on Linux.

Godot Engine 3.1 will have support for simplex noise generation which looks incredibly useful

Godot Engine 3.1, the big upgrade coming to the open source game engine has gained another exciting feature with simplex noise generation.

Never Split the Party, a free online team-based action-RPG is now on Linux

Never one to pass up trying out a free game, today I tested out some of Never Split the Party, an "an ultra social rogue-like" and it's not bad.

Puzlogic combines elements from Sudoku and Kakuro to make an interesting puzzle game

Puzlogic from developer Eduardo Barreto was released on Steam back in July and it just recently gained Linux support.

Roguelike RPG 'Depth of Extinction' is nearing release with a launch trailer

I'm personally very excited about Depth of Extinction, a roguelike RPG with turn-based battles and an interesting setting. The release is closing in for this month and they have a new launch trailer.

Village building god sim 'Rise to Ruins' had an absolutely massive update

Rise to Ruins, a village builder that mixes in some god sim fun just went through a bit of an evolution with the latest patch, which really is absolutely massive.

Aspyr Media have announced a Layers of Fear and Observer bundle making them cheaper together

Aspyr Media along with Bloober Team have announced that they've bundled up Layers of Fear and Observer, two great horror titles and getting them together makes them cost less.

Valve have opened up the code for their VR 'Moondust' tech demos, also a third revision of the Knuckles controller

What will hopefully help developers work on VR projects using Valve's experimental "Knuckles" controllers, Valve have opened up the source code for their Moondust Knuckles Tech Demos.

The Humble One Special Day Bundle is live with two nice Linux games

The Humble One Special Day Bundle just went live and it has two rather nice native Linux games available. Others may work with Valve's Steam Play.

Valve have been fined 147 thousand euros in France

Thanks to a tip in our Discord, we've found out today that Valve have been fined 147 thousand euros in France.

The Count Lucanor, a 2D mystery and horror adventure is now on GOG

For you GOG fans, they've added another quality Linux game! The Count Lucanor, a 2D mystery and horror adventure is now up with Linux support.

FPS game Ballistic Overkill's Bloodlust update is out

Ballistic Overkill, a cheap and quite decent online FPS game has released a new update named Bloodlust full of tweaks for their newer Rounds game mode.

Distance, the amazing atmospheric racing platformer is now officially out

I've been waiting on this for what feels like forever, after a great run in Early Access the atmospheric racing platformer Distance is now out.
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