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Ravenfield updated with a new huge map featuring an aircraft carrier, more early thoughts

Ravenfield is the single-player indie FPS that shows some real promise, so I took a look at the latest update.

Space colony sim 'Maia' updated with lots of new goodies, screw the damn lava

Maia, the space colony sim currently in Early Access has another big update with new features, quality of life fixes and bug fixes.

Another look at 'Fumiko!', the gravity-defying 3D platformer that has engrossed me

I was pretty harsh on Fumiko! previously, so with the latest patch I aimed to take another look at this gravity-defying 3D platformer.

900, a rather trippy arcade shooter, is now available

The self-described score attack type game involves controlling an entity that absorbs universes to grow.

STARDROP, a first person sci-fi adventure game, may be coming to Linux

This good-looking Unreal Engine 4 title currently in Early Access might be getting a Linux version before it’s released.

A look at Cublast HD, a simple but interesting platformer

A port of a formerly mobile-only game, the game combines basic puzzle solving with a minimalist style and precise gameplay. I played the new HD edition and have a few thoughts to share.

Isometric destruction-heavy Brigador: Up-Armored Edition has launched on Linux, some thoughts

I was always a fan of Brigador due to the fantastic presentation and lovely destruction, but it did have issues. Brigador: Up-Armored Edition launched today and it's a massive improvement.

Early thoughts on Ravenfield, the single-player Early Access FPS

Thanks to GOL follower 'archtoasty', I have been able to check out Ravenfield, the new battlefield-like single-player FPS that's now in Early Access.

Possess the bodies of your dead enemies in MidBoss, coming to Linux on May 25th

I'm incredibly excited to try out MidBoss, a rogue-like where you grow tired of being a weak imp, so you decide to start killing.

NEXT JUMP: Shmup Tactics, a turn-based tactical shoot 'em up released for Linux recently, some thoughts

The developer of NEXT JUMP: Shmup Tactics sent in a key for us to take a look, so look I did. It's interesting, as it's a mix of a shoot 'em up with turn-based tactical battles.

Game store itch introduces developer logs built into game pages

I do love the itch store, so many great ideas supporting developers. They just rolled out a useful change which allows developers to have a development log on their game pages.

Enshrouded World, a Leadwerks-powered vehicular combat game has Linux support

Enshrouded World, a vehicular combat game powered by the game engine Leadwerks has Linux support on itch.

A look at 'Meganoid', the platformer with roguelike elements from Orangepixel

Orangepixel's latest game 'Meganoid' is a platformer with randomly generated levels. I tried it out and here's some thoughts.

Space colony building sim 'Maia' has another massive update

Maia is a personal favourite as a game I really love to see grow and it just got a big update. It comes with lots of new and very useful features.

Monumental Failure, the hilarious physics game adds support for 10 players and more

Monumental Failure is a really quite amazing game! It's hilarious by yourself, with a friend, but how about 10 of you together? That's now possible.
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