Sad news, the survival game 'Raft' that really caught my interest for doing something very different has decided to drop Linux support.
The guys over at itch are doing some truly interesting work. The itch store is open to all developers, they have an open source client and they talk openly about their work. A developer of their games client has written up about how they compress data for downloads.
Sleeper games announce "Hyperspace Dogfights", a fast-paced aerial rogue-like action game. Set in the same story universe as their upcoming "Hyperspace Admirals" game, Dogfights is aiming for a Linux beta early this year.
For fans of the awesome itch games website, the client has been updated once again with a number of bug fixes.
I came across Raft thanks to games store itch and it’s a brilliant prototype I hope to see developed further!
I recently saw 'MidBoss' pop up in my Twitter feed and after seeing how amazing it looked I shot the developer a message. Turns out our friendly neighbourhood porting machine Ethan Lee is doing it and it should be day-1!
One store you really shouldn't look past is itch, as they have an open source client and I never hear a bad thing said about them.
The itch developers sure do work fast, as another two versions of this open source game client has been released.
The client for the game store itch has been updated again and it has some really useful stuff this time.
The developers of 'Urban Pirate' have announced that their turn-based, urban crime simulation is heading to Linux.
BUTCHER, the gory and totally brutal 2D shooter that's really quite good has a free DLC which enables an easy mode.
Vilmonic is another late night discovery, this time thanks to the itch store. It has a free and a paid version, so there's nothing stopping you taking a look.
Solitude, is a short game about leaving everything behind to become a shepherd, sort of. It looks utterly bizarre and quite unique.
I know a few people who will be happy about this! Event is to gain a Linux beta shortly after the developers got the Linux build to run smooth and stable.
I discovered Earth Liberation thanks to the game store itch and it looked fantastic. It's not currently on Linux, but the developer stated they are planning a Linux version.
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