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Amazingly stylish fast-paced action-adventure 'Resolutiion' confirmed for GOG with a demo up

By Liam Dawe,
Resolutiion, the Hyper Light Drifter-like from developer Monolith of Minds is getting ever closer to release and now it's confirmed to be launching on GOG and a demo is up too.

Brave your fears again as the deck-builder 'Iris and the Giant' has a big post-release content update

By Liam Dawe,
Iris and the Giant was a genuine surprise when it launched in early March, a roguelike deck-builder with a nice narrative twist and a fun tactical battles. Now it has a big update out.

Filament is out now and might be my favourite puzzle game of 2020

By Liam Dawe,
Filament, a stylish narrative puzzle game set aboard a seemingly abandoned spaceship has officially released along with Linux support from Beard Envy and Kasedo Games.

Dark fantasy turn-based tactical roguelike RPG 'Iratus: Lord of the Dead' is out now

By Liam Dawe,
Iratus: Lord of the Dead from developer Unfrozen and publisher Daedalic Entertainment has now left Early Access, with it full Linux support is now also up.

Prison Architect getting a free 'Cleared for Transfer' expansion on May 14

By Liam Dawe,
Today, Paradox Interactive and Double Eleven announced that Prison Architect will be getting a free expansion on May 14 named 'Cleared for Transfer'.

Dead Cells expands with the 'Bestiary Update' adding in six new enemies and new item affixes

By Liam Dawe,
Evil Empire & Motion Twin have updated the excellent Dead Cells again, after release a Half-Life themed patch last month, the larger 'Bestiary Update' is out now.

Unique and stylish looking survival adventure 'Help Will Come Tomorrow' released with Linux support

By Liam Dawe,
Help Will Come Tomorrow, a crowdfunded game developed by Arclight Creations, that takes place around the Russian October Revolution is out now.

Minigalaxy, the FOSS Linux client for GOG adds support for Wine

By Liam Dawe,
While GOG don't support their own Galaxy client on Linux (yet?), work continues by the community on Minigalaxy, a streamlined free and open source Linux client for GOG.

Challenging roguelike spaceship simulator 'Shortest Trip to Earth' released for Linux

By Liam Dawe,
Shortest Trip to Earth takes elements of FTL, and then sprinkles in a huge amount more to make it have a lot more depth and quite a lot of challenge to it.

Stay at home and go on a text adventure with 'Wanderlust: Transsiberian' out now

By Liam Dawe,
Wanderlust: Transsiberian, just like the previous game Wanderlust: Travel Stories from developer Different Tales is a fresh text-based travelling adventure out now.

City-builder god sim 'The Universim' has a massive update with bridges and pretty towerblocks

By Liam Dawe,
The Universim from Crytivo continues pushing through Early Access updates, towards an eventual release later this year. A massive update is out now, which amongst other things adds in some fancy bridges to build.

The wonderful and relaxing town-building RPG 'Littlewood' is now DRM-free on GOG

By Liam Dawe,
Littlewood is a relaxing casual town-building RPG, a very peaceful game where there's no combat needed as it blends together lots of different gameplay elements including farming, crafting, mining, gathering and so on.

Paradox confirm a large free update for Stellaris in May, and it hit a big concurrent player peak recently

By Liam Dawe,
Stellaris recently gained the massive Federations expansion, and now that's out the door Paradox Interactive and Paradox Development Studio are looking ahead towards a big free update due in May.

Tactical RPG 'Depth of Extinction' gains a revamp with a Definitive Edition out now

By Liam Dawe,
HOF Studios have given their tactical RPG with turn-based combat, Depth of Extinction, a full makeover with a fresh Definitive Edition as a massive free update.

City-building strategy 'Kingdoms and Castles' adds Steam Workshop support ahead of AI kingdoms update

By Liam Dawe,
Kingdoms and Castles, an absolute gem city-builder with some RTS elements to it just gained a highly requested feature with Steam Workshop support now enabled.