This game popped up on Steam a while back and immediately caught my attention with it's interesting looking visual style and store page description. Let's see how good it actually is!
The crowd-funded choose-your-own-adventure survival game Dyscourse by Owlchemy Labs launched on Steam yesterday. We've had a look at the game and offer our thoughts on it.
Now that Bioshock Infinite has been released for Linux, and we have taken a little time with it, we can release some thought patterns on it.
Cities: Skylines is our answer to not having Sim City on Linux, and it’s time for us to take a look at this new city building sim.
Entroware is a UK-based startup aiming their sights at the Linux market, and we have been sent the “Proteus” gaming laptop to give our thoughts on.
Ever thought about recording your thoughts and memories into a computer to relive the happiest moments of your life again and again and again? Well, here we have a game in which we can explore what might happen if such technology was available to us. Let's go see what Soul Axiom has in store for us!
Weirdest setting for a game ever award goes to Bard to the Future, a new platformer now available on Linux. I take my usual look to tell you what to do with your wallets.
Pixel Heroes is one of the more interesting indie titles released recently, and I had a chance to take a look at the game and give you some thoughts on it.
Adorable Sokoban-Like Puzzler 'A Good Snowman Is Hard To Build' Released Today, A Must-Have For Puzzle Enthusiasts
The long-awaited puzzle game by Sokobond creator Alan Hazelden is finally released. Time to solve some challenging puzzles and let the lovely animations by Benjamin Davis and the soothing soundscapes of Ryan Roth melt your heart, as the the snow too melts and makes way for spring.
Mechs & Mercs: Black Talons is admittedly a game that has been on the back burner with the wave of news recently, so I decided to sit down and take a proper look at this promising looking strategy game.
I apologize for my absence and for how late this article is. It seems the cold winter has some negative effects on my health. But anyway, today I'm here to bring you my thoughts on Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered!
Feral Interactive have been great for Linux with their ports, and it's time we took a proper look at XCOM: Enemy Unknown. This has been played through with the expansion Enemy Within which I feel is an essential extra.
Crystal Catacombs is a 2D platformer that came out on Steam last month after a successful Kickstarter campaign. It features hand-drawn pixel art, an assortment of differently-themed areas and a chiptune soundtrack.
Forward to the Sky is a new Steam release indie title based on the idea of taking the Japanese Anime / Visual Novel art-style and incorporating it into a action puzzle platformer with a "run of the mill" campy story.
So... Dying Light. A triple A day one Linux port. Now that would sound awesome but sadly releasing games in a horrible state is trendy and Techland seems to have wanted a piece of that cake. Let's list the problems, shall we?
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