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The number of available Linux games became so massive that, as a consequence, we reached a point where there are a lot of interesting but overlooked titles waiting to be discovered.

My articles aim to be a small contribution in that sense, by giving these hidden gems some of the exposure they deserve.


Check out 'Aseprite' a popular cross-platform pixel-art tool to create 2D animations and sprites

By Sunburst,
Aseprite is a useful tool for artists, game developers and anyone interested in pixel art that's been around for nearly two decades and it's highly rated.

Game Dev Unlocked, an upcoming blog and video series for aspiring game developers

By Sunburst,
Game developer David Wehle, the creator of the third person short exploration adventure The First Tree, is starting up a blog and video series aimed at helping aspiring indie game designers to overcome all the inherent challenges of such an enterprise.

A tournament for the lightweight free FPS 'Warfork' is happening Sat 15 February

By Sunburst,
The Keep, a FPS gaming community will be celebrating a new event this Saturday for the frenetic and interesting FPS Warfork.

'ReDoomEd', a port of the original Doom level editor, was released on Linux

By Sunburst,
DoomEd was a program written by Carmack and Romero in 1993, to directly build the levels from the original Doom. Twenty seven years later, the developers behind Twilight Edge Software are releasing a free and independent port based on that program.

'Push Me Pull You' is a strange but kid-friendly multiplayer comical wrestling game featuring humanoid conjoined twins

By Sunburst,
Push Me Pull You has you play as two humanoid conjoined twins, who have the ability to stretch or shrink by will.

All courses from online learning site '3D Buzz' went free, due to the website shutting down; torrent available

By Sunburst,
3D Buzz was an online learning platform about programming, game development and animation which has now shut down.

Developer of Brutal Doom reveals new project: VietDoom; alpha 0.1 already available

By Sunburst,
Last August, the developer responsible for the excellent mod Brutal Doom, revealed after a month of absence that he was working on a new project called VietDoom, which takes place during Vietnam War.

Thanks to Proton, you can have 'A Date in the Park' in this intriguing free short adventure; some thoughts

By Sunburst,
A Date in the Park is a lightweight point and click adventure that will take you approximately one hour to solve. It was actually released more than five years ago, but thanks to Proton 4.11, it is now possible to enjoy it on Linux -almost- without any problems.

The excellent but merciless top-down shooter Redie has gone Free to Play

By Sunburst,
Redie is a top-down shooter clearly inspired by Hotline Miami that was released three years ago on Steam. Just one month ago, an official announcement stated that the title has become absolutely free for everyone.

An in-depth review of John Romero's SIGIL's single player levels, the unofficial fifth episode of the original Doom

By Sunburst,
Contributor Sunburst gives their thoughts on SIGIL, the free DOOM Megawad from Romero Games. Article contains some minor spoilers.

'HOOK' is an extremely minimalistic but addictive puzzler that I wholeheartedly recommend

By Sunburst,
I must say that at the very beginning I thought the concept of the game was going to be extremely simple and boring, but by the tenth level it not only proved me wrong, but also I was completely hooked with it (no pun intended). There are free levels on Kongregate if you want to give them a try!

The rhythmic and psychedelic platformer '140' receives a free but important update; it's also currently discounted

By Sunburst,
According to an official announcement, to celebrate the release of the game soundtrack the developers are adding a whole new level along with Trading Cards on Steam and several bug fixes and performance improvements.

The sequel of the free visual adventure 'Disturbed' is announced on Steam Greenlight; it needs votes

By Sunburst,
'Disturbed' is a free visual adventure that was released some months ago, which got a lot of favorable reviews from Steam users. Because of this, the single developer behind the game announced, only a few weeks after its release, that there would be a sequel. And now the Steam Greenlight page is finally live.

The third and final chapter of upcoming point-and-click adventure 'The Journey Down' now has a release date

By Sunburst,
After an announcement made by the developers, now there is a Steam store page available for the upcoming The Journey Down: Chapter Three, which will be released on August 25th. And as you can see in the System Requirements, Linux is already listed.

'Fruits of a Feather' is a small Pay What You Want unconventional exploration game where you play as a bird

By Sunburst,
'Fruits of a Feather' is a short mini-game which has been out there for a while, whose general concept and gameplay intend to provide a relaxing experience as a main priority, so you should expect a pretty unconventional and minimalistic title.
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