I decided to check out 'What The Box?' a new Early Access shooter because the idea of it sounds hilarious. Everyone is a box, in rooms full of boxes, but you have to figure out what box is another player and kill them.
TowerFall Ascension, the rather cool local multiplayer game now has an official standalone mod that enables 5-8 player gameplay.
Event a sci-fi narrative exploration game is coming to Linux, befriend a spaceship computer to get home to Earth
Event is a very cool looking sci-fi exploration game, and the great news is that the developers told me they are doing a Linux build too.
A new build of Retro-Pixel Castles is available, has a new launcher for Linux and a whole new interface
Retro-Pixel Castles really is quite awesome (seriously, go try it!) and now even more so. The developer has included a Linux launcher bundled with Java to remove any issues for Linux users. Oh, it also has a flashy new interface.
Fight gravity, destroy alien turrets and recover the energy core in Gravitus Minus a free retro shooter
Gravitus Minus is my fun little discovery today, a free and well designed throwback to gravity shooters from the 80s and early 90s.
Invisigun Heroes sounds like a pretty funny idea, everyone is invisible, but you still have to find a way to battle them.
Overland, is a very, very cool survival game and the developers have now expanded their itch First Access program, so you can all go and buy it now.
Miaou Moon is a charming, fun and all around entertaining game. The developer sent in a key for me to take a look, and I'm not one to pass up what could be hilarious.
The game store itch is making it easier for developers who run Kickstarter campaigns and email improvements
itch is once again leading the way in innovative features for developers. They have announced new featured for developers who run Kickstarter campaigns and new email features to send messages to specific groups of purchases.
I found this game by pure chance, and something about it clicked with me. Considering it's free and only 30 MB, I decided to give it a try, and it turned out to be a truly pleasant surprise.
The itch developers have been hard at work making their open source store app even better for you, and it's lovely.
Game Pencil Engine is an interesting looking game engine that's planning Linux support soon and it's trying to get on Steam.
Oh my word I do love itch and their store app. It's open source (MIT license), it's beautiful and it actually works really well now.
Black Ice is a game I have followed for a long time (and personally purchased a copy) and it just released a rather nice update. If you're an FPS fan and looking for something to sink some time into, this could be what you need.
Patterna is a very deceptive game, it looks very simplistic, but the overall package it offers is delightful.
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