I know you lot love your simulators, so how about Construction Simulator 2015? The developer has a Linux build, but it needs testers.
American Truck Simulator is the latest driving and management simulator from SCS Software, and it's great to see it have not only an early release, but a same day release for Linux.
A boxing tycoon management game named 'Punch Club', it was too fun an idea to pass up on. I took a look and here's my findings.
Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?! That has to be one of the wackiest titles I've ever seen, and the developers kindly sent in a key for me to give it a go.
Prison Architect is easily one of the best games available on Linux, and it's great to see it get big updates after release.
I love keeping an eye on Maia, as it's one of the only building sims that isn't going for some sort of retro style. Progress isn't quick, but each new release does push out some big new stuff, and this new release is no different.
It was a little weird that a terminal based hacking game wasn't on Linux to begin with, but now it is! Hacknet joins our growing list of interesting titles.
While sites like STEAM and GOG are often the go-to for our gaming pleasure, there are still some indie gems hidden in the corners of the Internet that forgo these venerable platforms. One of those is Starsector, an open world space combat sim set in the distant future where civilization is slowly collapsing.
Idol Hands is a strategy game where you gradually take over the world by guiding your people and defeating other gods. It doesn't have the best reviews, but the patch that came with the Linux version may sway a few to change their reviews I think.
Sheltered is one indie game I think will become pretty big, and their new update and video shows why I think this.
I only learnt about Valhalla Hills recently, as they stealth-added a Linux version just before the official release. GOG sent over a key for this interesting Unreal Engine city-builder strategy game, so I took a look.
I've been keeping an eye on Parkitect for quite some time, reading up on the development now and then as it looked promising. They have just release their Linux version, and it's already bringing back glorious memories of binge playing Theme Park.
Empire TV Tycoon has just today put up their Linux version after sorting out some issues, and I can't wait to give it a go.
I’ve been meaning to try out Sheltered for a while, and this Sunday I decided to sit down and give it a go. I'm finding it to be quite a bit like This War of Mine, and it’s just as interesting. The game is currently in Early Access, but I've seen people already put tons and tons of hours into it.
I still think Prison Architect is a bit of a genius idea for a game, not only that but the game is actually quite good. The developers didn't stop after it quit early access either with update number 1.
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