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Skeletal Dance Party, the silly physics-based dungeon crawler with partying skeletons had a nice update

Catalope Games have put out a major update to Skeletal Dance Party, adding in some rather nice new features for their amusing physics-based dungeon crawler.

Dicey Dungeons, the new unique roguelike from Terry Cavanagh and co introduces quests

We have a lot of roguelikes available on Linux (seriously, we do) yet Dicey Dungeons from Terry Cavanagh, Marlowe Dobbe, and Chipzel still remains fresh due to the rather unique game mechanics.

Space station building sim 'Meeple Station' is now on Steam, with the new publisher Modularity

Meeple Station from Vox Games (Regions of Ruin) officially arrives on Steam today in Early Access, backed up by the new publisher Modularity from the folks behind Indie DB and Mod DB.

Dis Pontibus will have you solve puzzles and connect islands together in a procedurally-generated archipelago

Who would have thought something as simple as connecting blocks together could be so good? Dis Pontibus will keep you going for hours.

HyperRogue, the unique roguelike with a non-Euclidean world has been updated

Probably one of the most unique roguelikes around, HyperRogue has such a mind-bending world it's really quite something.

ECON - Elemental Connection, a pretty sweet puzzle game about making a mosaic

ECON - Elemental Connection was quite a surprise, a puzzle game that can be played both offline and online that has you take it in turns to build a mosaic.

Demonizer, a rather intense shoot 'em up on itch has Linux support and a demo

For those who enjoy their classic shoot 'em up experiences, Demonizer on itch is pretty retro looking and the action is rather intense.

Odd Realm is a little like Dwarf Fortress and Rimworld that's now in Early Access

Arriving in Early Access just recently is Odd Realm, a 2D simulation game that has you take care of a group of settlers to explore, build and survive.

Snip wires, flick buttons and save the world in Bomb Squad Academy

Bomb Squad Academy, a game I totally missed from 2017 (yes really, woops!) is an interesting puzzle game about disarming bombs.

The cute and quirky puzzle-exploration game 'Pikuniku' is coming to Linux

Pikuniku from the studio Sectordub and Devolver Digital is releasing January 24th and it will support Linux at release.

Free public Itch alpha of space shooter Gravity Ace is up for grabs

If you would cry happy tears at the thought of a modern successor to 80s games like Thrust and Gravitar, then brace yourself for a river. Developer John Watson is making that dream a reality with his first commercial release, Gravity Ace. And you can try it for free!

Vintage Story, the moddable survival and building game had a big update

Vintage Story might look a lot like Minecraft but it's a very different beast and it just recently had a rather big update.

Snowtopia, an in-development ski resort sim to keep an eye on has Linux support

One game that could be worth keeping an eye on is the ski resort building and management sim Snowtopia.

Smith and Winston, the beautiful voxel-based twin stick shooter with a focus on exploration is now on Steam

I've been massively impressed with my time spent in Smith and Winston, which just made its way onto Steam for some Early Access fun.

Critters for Sale, an incredibly strange point and click short-story has a Linux version

If you're in the mood for a story that's a little different, with a presentation that's rather unique then take a look at Critters for Sale.
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