Originally planned for release way back in 2016, the Linux version of OneShot was delayed for a long time but the wait is finally over.
Abbey Games announced today that Godhood, their crowdfunded single-player god sim is now going to enter Early Access in July.
As someone who loves the film Aliens, a dark and atmospheric roguelike with a sci-fi horror theme is exactly what I need.
Hidden Asset is a game I've been following since 2011 back when it was called Hostile Takeover, it's a real-time stealth game that's very promising and it's now needing funding.
Think you're made of tougher stuff? Killer Chambers will probably test you, given how you need some seriously slick reaction times and a good memory to survive it.
For those who love their Minecraft-like games, Elsewhere from the developer of Hearthlands might be one to keep an eye on.
In Save Koch you play as mafia kingpin, Jeffrey Koch, who is under threat from a hidden mastermind trying to take your place.
Developed by Mi-Clos Studio (Out There) and Goblinz Studio (Robothorium, Dungeon Rushers), Sigma Theory: Global Cold War, a game about using special agents to attempt control of the world has entered Early Access with Linux support recently.
In ProtoCorgi you're a pup that means business, serious business. You play as Bullet, a cybernetic pup on a quest to save your owner.
Great to see another Match 3 game on Linux with Farm Life, ported over by Bearded Giant Games as part of their Linux 1st Initiative.
From the creators of Fran Bow and sharing the same universe, Little Misfortune now has a demo available to get a taster.
Developer Subsoap teamed up with Puppygames for the latest addictive card game, as Faerie Solitaire Harvest is out now and it's absolutely worth a go or two.
Burning Knight from Rexcellent Games looks absolutely nuts and not only is it coming to Linux, it's developed on Linux.
Here's a bit of an odd one, Talk to Strangers puts you in the shoes of a sales person going door to door.
Simple Dot seems like it has a nice idea, with you drawing lines to get balls from one end of a level to another. A simple idea but it looks like it does get quite complicated later on.