Not originally scheduled to release same-day with Linux support, Hell is Other Demons, developed by Cuddle Monster Games and publishing from Kongregate is out now and it's damn good.
Simple Dot has a simple idea, balls drop from a bucket and you have to draw lines to get them into a bucket somewhere else. It's out now with same-day Linux support and I gave it a run to see if it's worth your time.
Turn the red planet green in Surviving Mars: Green Planet out now, along with the Armstrong free update
Haemimont Games and Paradox Interactive have today released three things for Surviving Mars! There's the Surviving Mars: Green Planet expansion, the smaller Project Laika DLC for animals and the free Armstrong update for everyone.
Do you like being on the evil side? Good news for you then, as a necromancer you will be raising an undead army in Undead Horde, which is now out with Linux support.
Truthfully, I didn't really get along with The Swords of Ditto originally but the free expansion Mormo's Curse makes it worth playing.
Mushroom Crusher Extreme, a retro-styled action game that sees you fight off vicious Shrooms using various spells has left Early Access.
SiNKR 2 from Robert Wahler, a minimalist and stylish puzzle game is now available with same-day Linux support.
With thanks to Team17 sending over a copy, I checked out the chaotic cooking game Overcooked! 2. Coming in totally fresh, since I had never played the original.
You Died but a Necromancer revived you may not be a name that rolls off the tongue easily but it's good fun.
I'm not usually one for games that have you endlessly wander around, collect resources, build a little and repeat but Forager is so ridiculously charming it's lovely.
Shipped from developer Majorariatto is a game I could easily have passed by, a shame too as I've found it to be incredibly fun.
Train Valley 2, a distribution puzzle game needing you to keep trains running on time and with the correct resources across each level is now out.
Origami Flight is a side-scrolling shoot 'em up where you're literally playing as a paper aeroplane and you're trying to save the Origami World.
Set during the French Revolution with a rather chilling intro, We. The Revolution is a very interesting game.
Developed by Robotality (Halfway) and published by Chucklefish (Starbound, Wargroove), Pathway has released today with same-day Linux support.
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