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This War of Mine: Stories - The Last Broadcast release for Linux as promised, needs a fix on Ubuntu

As promised by 11 bit studios, the next episode-based DLC The Last Broadcast is now out for Linux players of This War of Mine: Stories.

Software industry sim 'Game Dev Studio' updated to now officially support Linux

Can't get enough sims? Game Dev Studio from Roman Glebenkov officially supports Linux now with the 23rd update released yesterday.

Atomic Society, a post-apocalyptic city building strategy game will come to Linux

Atomic Society recently entered Early Access on Steam and the developer Far Road Games said it will be coming to Linux.

Spellcaster University will have you build a university of mages, will support Linux

You're a wizard harry! Spellcaster University, currently on Kickstarter is a management game where you will be tasked with building a university of mages.

11 bit studios actually will put the latest This War of Mine DLC on Linux

As an update to the previous article where 11 bit studios told me they didn't have the resources for Linux, turns out they will be putting the latest This War of Mine DLC on Linux after-all.

Project Hospital is a more serious hospital building game out with Linux support

For those who found Two Point Hospital a little too cute and lacking in depth, Project Hospital might be what the doctor ordered.

The excellent theme park sim 'Parkitect' to leave Early Access November 29th with a campaign mode

I've been waiting on this day for quite some time! Parkitect is a truly great theme park management sim and it's getting set to leave Early Access.

Odd Realm is a sandbox settlement builder inspired by Dwarf Fortress and Rimworld with Linux support

Inspired by the likes of Dwarf Fortress and Rimworld, Odd Realm is a sandbox settlement builder currently in Early Access on itch.

Road to your city, a city-builder that requires you to make people mad about Football

Road to your city is certainly not what I expected when I first saw it. A city-builder where you make your own Football team and deal with all the issues that comes with it.

Silly spy agency sim Holy Potatoes! A Spy Story?! is now out with Linux support

Developer Daylight Studios continue their Linux support with their latest title, a silly spy agency sim Holy Potatoes! A Spy Story?!

Theme park builder 'Parkitect' had another nice beta update recently

For those of you with a creative side that fancy building a theme park, Parkitect is a good option. It's currently in Early Access and progress is great.

Tropico 6 release date announced, looks like Linux will see same-day support

Tropico 6 from developer Limbic Entertainment and publisher Kalypso Media now has a release date announced for January 25th, 2019.

Artificial life sim 'Vilmonic' where you can mess with evolution is now out

Vilmonic, a pixel-art artificial life sim from Bludgeonsoft has been officially released, with full Linux support.

Skateboarding birds? That's exactly what SkateBIRD from Glass Bottom Games will provide

Glass Bottom Games, developer of Spartan Fist and Hot Tin Roof have announced SkateBIRD and it looks hilariously fun.

Equilinox, a relaxing nature simulation game launches with Linux support later this month

For those of you after some more casual and relaxing games, Equilinox will have you nurture your own ecosystem.
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