The developer behind the fun indie hit Vox a voxel based, action, adventure and creation game with a big focus on player created content has re-confirmed their plans for the Linux version. The good news is that the major content patch is now out, so once dust settles on that the Linux version will come!
Don't Starve is easily one of the best indie games ever made and they have now unleashed Don't Starve: Reign of Giants DLC in full.
Darkwood is a top-down, oldschool, sandbox survival horror set in a procedurally generated, open world. It was funding on Indiegogo nearly a year ago and it is built using Unity, sadly even with Unity it won't see day 1 Linux support.
So once again the world relies upon my puzzle solving skills. I feel sorry for the world already. At least we can take a look at what these interesting environments have to offer before certain doom. Let's see what TRI is all about...
With FarSky, you take the role of Nathan who got lost in the Ocean after the crash of his submarine. You need to learn how to survive in the depths of the Ocean.
Exogenesis is hoping to win it big on Kickstarter. A PC adventure/visual novel hybrid inspired by Ace Attorney and Zero escape games set in post-apocalyptic Japan. It offers up a demo for you to try before you back it too.
Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink is an adventure game in a steampunk world. The games visuals look fantastic and the story sounds great too!
Vangers was originally release in 1998 and it's now on Steam for Linux with a reworked edition. It has a complex story-line and is all-out weird.
Starsector previously known as Starfarer is a game I have been following since early 2011 and I am glad to say it's still being fully worked on. Starsector is an open-world single-player space-combat, roleplaying, exploration and economic game.
If pointing and clicking is mainly your thing then The Samaritan Paradox will interest you. Billed as an Old-school style point & click adventure.
Synergy is the Half-Life 2 cooperative modification that enables you to play with others through Half-Life 2 and its episodes (Episode 1 and 2).
Secrets of Rætikon has some of the best style in a game I have seen recently. I just love the fact that it includes a full-game editor to create entirely new games within it.
There really is an odd mix of game-play types being pushed out recently and keeping with that theme Heldric - The Legend Of The Shoemaker has been released.
Good news for casual adventure game fans as Humongous Entertainment have unloaded a truck-load of them onto Steam!
Earth: Year 2066 looks like it could be amazing in a few months when it has some more content, are you ready for yet another survival game?
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