Paradox Development Studio have given their first 2020 update on the roadmap for the struggling Imperator: Rome.
As if I needed more reasons to dive into the Spire once again, Slay the Spire 2.0 is out which brings quite a lot of changes in addition to the fourth character.
Humble Bundle have just put up The Humble Sweet Farm Bundle and there's multiple lovely Linux games included.
Tooth and Tail, a brilliant real-time strategy game released back in 2017 from Pocketwatch Games continues seeing upgrades to make it appeal to even more people.
Chronicon is an Early Access action-RPG with a feel and atmosphere like the classic Diablo, I absolutely love it and it's now much better with gamepads.
Streets of Rogue, my personal pick for 2019 just expanded with a new update now out. This makes the Level Editor and Steam Workshop support fully live for everyone.
Another sale, time to pick up some cheap games if you missed some during other big sales last month. This time Humble Store have a big selection up and a free game to grab.
Humble Choice (formerly Humble Monthly) has a new set of games up for January and this time there's 12 to pick from.
Wube Software announced recently that their indie building, mining, crafting and automation game Factorio has now managed to pass two million sales before it's even finished.
It's getting a lot more difficult to hold myself back on that buy button on Vintage Story, with so many huge updates to it lately. Another is now in testing, adding in a big new weather system.
The Superbug Initiative in Two Point Hospital is a pretty sweet social feature, where people come together to solve big goals and it then unlocks special items for you.
Up for some co-op first-person exploration? Barony is a good choice and just recently a big update and DLC went live.
Much like what Hinterland did with The Long Dark's Time Capsule, you can now try out older versions of Dead Cells at any time if you dislike changes made over time.
Monster Sanctuary is rapidly improving with a big update out now. The headline feature of this update is the ability to take your collection online to battle against others.
Hella yeah! Originally developed by DONTNOD Entertainment and published by Square Enix on Windows and console, Feral Interactive have now officially released Life is Strange 2 for Linux.
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