Contributor Sunburst gives their thoughts on SIGIL, the free DOOM Megawad from Romero Games. Article contains some minor spoilers.
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!
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.
'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.
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 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.
Three weeks after the previous retro Weekly Sale, GOG is celebrating another one with Linux supported games from the late 80's and 90's (mostly). Some of them are titles which are totally unmissable.
I think the premise of this title has a lot of potential, and I hope the developers prove capable of offering a good story in upcoming episodes. In the mean time, the demo is available on itch and GameJolt.
If you enjoy exercising your reflexes with games like 'Velocibox', then you can't miss this new and good-looking action game which is available on itch since a few days ago, under the Pay What You Want scheme.
'The Dweller' is one of those obscure games that for some reason, despite being well made and original they pass completely unnoticed under the radar, and once you finally play them you not only feel you've spent a couple of hours on a worthy title, but also the fact itself of finding them is totally rewarding.
In its current Weekly Sale, GOG is featuring a couple of games with Linux support from the late 80's and 90's. You have until Monday to buy them.
Shortly after reaching the milestone of one million downloads on December 12th, 2016, the single developer of Ravenfield announced that a paid version of the game is being prepared, and right now a Steam Greenlight page is already up.
This is a small adventure that has been out there for two years, but since it never was covered in GOL, I decided to try it and share with you some impressions. Also, you can't miss the funny DLC included.
This was confirmed by Polytron on Twitter. All the money will be sent to an American charity called American Civil Liberties Union.
Honestly, I never heard about this title until Steam recommended it to me, and once I learned that it has a demo available, then it became a priority. Of course, I think it was a very good experience, and I'm looking forward to eventually acquire the full game.