Kingdom Two Crowns, the third in the Kingdom series released recently for Windows and Mac. It looked like we weren't getting it, but it's now confirmed to be coming.
Metropolisim aims to be the deepest city-building simulation experience ever, will have Linux support
Metropolisim from developer Halfway Decent Games is releasing next year, with a pretty bold aim to be the deepest city-building simulation experience ever.
The Training Update for Flash Point: Fire Rescue just released, with an aim to help people learn the ropes while also add in more levels to play.
Hand of Fate 2, the excellent mix of action-RPG combat with a board game has another DLC available named A Cold Hearth.
News coming in from the Western Front, Blackmill Games and M2H have released a big free expansion to their First World War shooter Verdun.
Now that the dust has settled and I’ve been able to put plenty of time into the new Danger Zone mode for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, I have some more thoughts.
While not as popular as it once was, Ballistic Overkill is still a reasonably good online shooter that I've spent a lot of time in. The latest update sounds quite amusing.
The Universim is one that keeps my curiosity coming back to watch it grow, much like you do with your civilization in the game itself.
Easily one of the best and trickiest platformers around, Slime-san is a seriously underappreciated gem. Another big update recently released, adding in a level editor.
For those who prefer their survival games to be single-player and a little sweeter, MewnBase is now on Steam.
Developed by Oscar Brittain, Desert Child is a fantastic pixel art racing adventure that just released with Linux support.
I know what you're going to say, something about yet another survival game! However, Volcanoids really does look like something you want to pay attention to.
Sad news for those who purchased ARMA 3 due to the experimental Linux (and Mac) version, as Bohemia Interactive have announced a halt to the updates for it.
The day I'm sure many have waited for has arrived, a new Steam Play beta has been officially released today which includes the important FAudio project. On top of that, even more titles have entered the Steam Play whitelist.
After nearly seven years of development, the strategy game Jon Shafer's At the Gates is going to release next month with Linux support.
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