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Shipped is a surprisingly fun local multiplayer naval game that might destroy some friendships

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.

The great distribution puzzle game 'Train Valley 2' has officially released

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.

Side-scrolling shoot 'em up 'Origami Flight' now supports Linux

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.

We. The Revolution is a slow but very interesting game and it's working well on Linux

Set during the French Revolution with a rather chilling intro, We. The Revolution is a very interesting game.

Pathway is an addictive mix of strategy and adventure, out now with Linux support

Developed by Robotality (Halfway) and published by Chucklefish (Starbound, Wargroove), Pathway has released today with same-day Linux support.

The elegant puzzle game Jetstream is now available on Steam with Linux support

Puzzle games don't get much more streamlined than this, Jetstream has a very easy-going atmosphere combined with super simple controls making it easy to get into.

Aeon of Sands - The Trail is a great dungeon crawler if you like the classics

Aeon of Sands - The Trail, a dungeon crawling RPG from Two Bits Kid arrived on Linux last month and I've now set aside some time to play with it. Here's what I thought of the experience.

Baba Is You is an excellent rule-breaking puzzle game, some thoughts

Baba Is You, a recent puzzle game release from Hempuli Oy offers a pretty different take on the genre and I have some thoughts.

Quest Hunter, a story-driven action-RPG recently left Early Access - some thoughts

Quest Hunter from developer 2 Zombie Games left Early Access a few days ago after being there for two year, so is it any good?

The short atmospheric adventure game 'Void Mine' is out now, some thoughts

Void Mine follows the story of lost communication with a mining station, your task is to try and find out what happened to the crew through 10 levels of zero-g.

Snakebird Primer is a fantastic and slightly amusing puzzle game you should try

After releasing recently, Snakebird Primer had a few issues with the Linux version. They're now mostly fixed and I've had a really great time with it.

The beat 'em up 'Streets of Red: Devil's Dare Deluxe' is out with Linux support and it's good

Streets of Red: Devil's Dare Deluxe from Secret Base, a permadeath multiplayer horror beat 'em up is now available with Linux support.

Sunless Skies is officially out and it's truly an awesome experience

It's no secret that I love everything about outer space, I call myself a space nerd quite often and Sunless Skies feels like it was made for me.

Zero G Arena, a zero-gravity 3D arena shooter that’s genuinely fun gained Linux support recently

While still quite sick this week and unable to sleep, I decided to at random look through the Steam Discovery Queue for a new game. It certainly delivered, with Zero G Arena.

The magnificent deck-building roguelike 'Slay the Spire' has left Early Access

What time is it? Gone 9AM already? Sorry, I've been up all night playing Slay the Spire and it's absolutely brilliant.
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