Blade Symphony, a game where you need to prove you're the world's greatest swordsman is coming to Linux with the Blade Symphony: Harmonious Prelude update next month.
For those who love your arena brawlers, you might want to keep an eye on Mighty Fight Federation, a game inspired by Power Stone, Ehrgeiz, and Marvel vs Capcom as it's confirmed for Linux.
A Gummy's Life, an Early Access fighting game where you control some sort of gummy sweet has Linux support and it looks amusing.
Here's one I missed a while back. Them's Fightin' Herds, a fighting game inspired by My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic will be coming to Linux.
Rivals of Aether is a 2D indie fighting game from Dan Fornace that released for Windows this year, it seems they're open to porting it.
Do you think Linux doesn't have enough fighting games? Way of the Passive Fist should hopefully tick a box for you then.
The developer of Clash of Robots sent over a key to their robot fighting game for me to look at, it's pretty damn terrible.
I know there's a good few fans of fighting games here, so you might want to take a look at Slashers: The Power Battle.
Shaolin vs Wutang, a fighting game that serves as a love letter to classic 70's and 80's Kung Fu films may be on the way to Linux.
Bounty Battle looks extremely fun, with a cast taken from other popular indie games and it's now been fully funded on Fig. They also announced some new character's coming.
River City Ransom: Underground released for Linux originally in February, sadly the developer said they would send over a review key and never did. Now it's available on GOG so I've had a chance to take a look.
Blade Symphony, a fighting game involving some fancy swordplay looks like it will come to Linux along with their free to play update.
After the disappearance of Linux system requirements on their Steam store page, a reader reached out for us to find out what was going on with their release plans.
Now this looks like some good fun! LASTFIGHT, a fighting game where you can pick up any object and smash your enemy with it is now on Linux.
The game, as of the day this article was written, holds "overwhelmingly positive" reviews on Steam, so you may want to give it a chance and spend at least a few minutes playing it. You don't have to pay anything, you simply download it (only 8 MB) and load it in mere seconds. It's very easy to learn but a bit tricky to master.
A couple of days ago I wrote an article here on GOL, to ask if we could show our demand for the game Skullgirls.