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Anatomy, an intriguing horror game created by an auteur developer on

This past week I played a small game by an interesting character who goes by Kitty Horrorshow. To call her games horror in a conventional video game sense would be misleading. They're abstract, graphically primitive, albeit striking, and tend to leave me with a lingering sense of dread and loneliness, as well as a sense of otherworldly wonder.

A brief look at Majotori, a trivia game with something of a story

It’s not everyday you see witches and trivia being mixed up and affecting story outcomes. Majotori is a slight departure from most indie offerings and challenges players on their knowledge of video games, anime and more.

Review of casual puzzle adventure Panmorphia, available DRM free on

Panmorphia made its Linux debut this weekend and is a game that draws my mind to the Myst and Dream Chronicles series of games.

Review of point-and-click adventure The King's Challenge, available DRM free and on Steam

Order of the Thorne: The King's Challenge is the latest game from Quest for Infamy developer Infamous Quests, and is the first game of a planned anthology series, now available on GOG,, Humble Store and Steam.

The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human released for Linux, some thoughts

I was sent a key for The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human by one of my PR people, and so I decided to take a look and see if this underwater adventure was good enough for you.

The open source app for the Itch games store has a major update

Ah goodie, it's update day for the Itch app, this is becoming one of my favourite days. I love the effort put into it, and this release is no different with it now translated to 30+ languages.

The open source Itch games store app needs translators

The open source app for installing games from needs your help with translations. I am in love with this little app.

Computer, Open That Door! Kill off your ships crew on Linux

Computer, Open That Door! A very interesting game about being a self-aware AI that is trying to kill off the crew of a spaceship.

A closer look at some DRM free Linux games available on

flesk, has become a popular distribution platform among developers for its many and flexible tools for distributing and promoting games. We take a closer look at what they have to offer us Linux gamers.

The Itch store now has an open source and multiplatform store application

The games store Itch has released the first proper public version of their own store client like Steam and GOG Galaxy, but simply named "Itch". It's open source too, so that's cool.

Project Maiden Review, Plus Interview With Developer Kevin Cole

This is a kind of mix of a Project Maiden review and an interview with its creator Kevin Cole, in which we discuss his first two games, as well as his experiences with crowdfunding and game development.

InfiniTrap, A Hardcore 2D Maze Game Made On Linux, We Have Keys For You

The developer of InfiniTrap has sent in a few keys for us to giveaway, it's interesting because it's made on Linux, and it's pretty hard.

Cyberpunk Adventure 'Read Only Memories' Released DRM Free And On Steam, Has Demo

Read Only Memories is a story-focused point-and-click with a diverse cast of characters, set in a cyberpunk future San Francisco.

Meditative Labyrinthine Puzzle Game 'Expand' Release Imminent, Plus Some Thoughts

Australian minimalist puzzle exploration game Expand releases today, and turns out to have been developed by a Linux user! Read on for some details, thoughts and screenshots.

Point-And-Click Adventure 'Dropsy' Has Been Released, Some Initial Thoughts

Dropsy is a point-and-click adventure out of the ordinary that was released earlier this week, along with a new sing-a-long trailer.
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