It's great to see bigger games coming to Linux like Empire: Total War, but having Linux only multiplayer does make the experience less fun. Feral Interactive are trying to fix this for us with a beta test.
The developers of Prison Architect have sent word out that their game will fully launch in "Q4 2015". They have been on a big bug squashing run recently too.
It took longer than we liked, but Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth now has the winter update. You can now play with your Mac & Windows friends again.
While it's not perfect, Planetary Annihilation is still really quite fun to play. It's currently in the Killer Bundle 3 from Bundle Stars for cheap.
More GOG news today folks! Fantasy General is new to GOG and comes with a Linux version, so for the fans of classic games here's another to check out.
Cosmochoria is a game that both myself and Samsai liked quite a lot while it was in Early Access. If you have been waiting to pick it up, wait no more!
Shadowrun Chronicles: Boston Lockdown, formerly known as Shadowrun Online, came out of Early Access last week. The tactical turn-based game is the latest set in the cyberpunk Shadowrun universe and the second that takes a crack at multiplayer. As a fan of the setting, I decided to take a close look at the game and see if it was any good.
For fans of the board game 'Risk' you may want to try out Lux Delux which is now available on Steam for Linux.
Banished is a highly rated city-builder from Shining Rock Software that is coming to Linux, and the developer has a new blog post detailing how it’s going.
Ronin looks like a cross between Gunpoint and Mark of the Ninja, but will offer a unique blend of stealth and action platforming, and turn-based enemy encounters.
Chroma Squad is a throwback to shows like Power Rangers, and I took it for a spin to see if it’s cringe worthy, or actually fun.
Space Colony is a pretty decent simulation game that has been on GOG for quite some time, and with a new Steam release approaching we asked the developers about Linux.
The Spatials is a great looking space station building and management game that’s now on Linux. It has been updated with a beta build that includes Linux, so I took a look.
We can add 'InsGames' to the list of developers who promise a Linux version, and deliver it eventually! Just over a year ago I wrote about the developers stating Antisquad would come to Linux, and here it is.
I'm actually quite excited to give Chroma Squad a go, and this brand new trailer is showing off the gameplay rather well.
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