Street of Rogue is a fantastic game, especially when played in co-op, what our livestream viewers jokingly called a 'co-nope' experience.
Early last month we posted an article about the developer of Seven: The Days Long Gone asking on Steam about future platforms for the game, it seems they've taken note of all the requests for a Linux version.
Project 5: Sightseer is a hard game to describe properly, but it certainly has managed to capture my attention.
This looks fantastic! Kim, an open-world RPG set in colonial India has silently released a Linux version.
I covered Tempest a couple times in the past, with the developer saying last year it would come to Linux. This open-world pirate RPG is now here with a Beta.
Want to see an open-world RPG on Linux? The developer of Seven: The Days Long Gone has asked on Steam what platform they should release onto next.
Ever since I heard about Project 5: Sightseer after searching for games, I can't hold in my excitement about this open-world sandbox game. It's a little on the different side!
Thanks to a user comment on one of our older articles, we've been informed that The Signal From Tölva is now on Linux on Steam.
What space sandbox game all about building big and awesome spaceships wouldn't be complete without fighters? Avorion now has them too!
There was one major problem with Voxel Turf at release: performance. It was quite low and I did note it in my initial thoughts, thankfully now it's not a problem.
Ashworld is the latest game from indie developer Orangepixel. It's a post apocalyptic open-world survival game and it's actually pretty good.
Like me, if you've been eagerly waiting The Signal From Tölva for Linux, you may be in luck sometime soon as it looks like a Linux version is now in progress.
Tokyo 42 recently released with Windows support, but the developers have said Linux is on their roadmap. Good news, as it does look incredible.
FortressCraft Evolved has a massive update with a better tutorial and a fresh new look for the worlds
FortressCraft Evolved is a game I often overlook, but perhaps not for much longer. It has a truly massive update with a much better tutorial and a very slick new look for the surface of worlds.
This open world MMORPG promises to have most of the traditional fun of the genre in more manageable chunks for those of us too busy to spend every waking moment playing it.
That's right, post-Microsoft purchase Minecraft is still seeing great support for Linux. Their shiny new launcher is now available.
Phoning Home, which sounded a lot like the film WALL-E when I first heard about it will come to Linux.
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