Hero of the Kingdom is a nice looking casual RPG, and the Linux release is almost upon us. The developers took to their Steam forum to keep everyone informed.
The latest game in the fantasy hidden object puzzle adventure series Grim Legends was released on Steam for Linux last week. I've played through the game, and here are my thoughts on it.
The crowd-funded choose-your-own-adventure survival game Dyscourse by Owlchemy Labs launched on Steam yesterday. We've had a look at the game and offer our thoughts on it.
The game was funded on Kickstarter two years ago, and was released for PlayStation 3 and 4 in May. This week it was released for PCs, but due to Bluetooth driver issues one of the four games in the compilation is missing in the Windows version.
As one of GOL's newest contributors I thought I'd introduce myself through the medium of gameplay video. In that spirit I take a look at Goat Simulator's latest DLC.
The first of three sets of puzzles for Sigils of Elohim was released for Linux on Steam as part of the promotional campaign leading up to their next bigger title, The Talos Principle. Playing it unlocks reward codes that can be used to unlock content in the upcoming game.
Autumn is one of those games that stretches the term game a little bit. There isn't a lot of interaction required, and it's more about relaxing and watching what happens.
Beyond Gravity has been on Linux for quite a while now on Itch.io, but now it joins the many Linux games on Steam. It's a casual high score fest platformer.
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