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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.

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If you want more gore in the GZDoom and Zandronum engines try the 'Bolognese Gore Mod'

By Sunburst,
Made by Brutal Doom’s developer, the Bolognese Gore Mod can enhance a lot of the gore effects available for the GZDoom and Zandronum game engines.

Add crazy effects to your images with 'PhotoMosh', a powerful but easy to use free web app

By Sunburst,
We interrupt your regularly scheduled gaming news to mention PhotoMosh, a fun and quite powerful free web application to mess around with your images. It's actually pretty cool.

'Suits: A Business RPG', a small indie comedy RPG has been updated with better Linux support

By Sunburst,
Suits: A Business RPG is a mysterious comedy game that was released more than four years ago. Recently it had a big update, which should improve the Linux version.

Struggling with regular expressions? Then visit 'Regex Crossword', a site to learn them through a Sudoku-like game

By Sunburst,
Regular expressions are often difficult for anyone to get their head around and so Regex Crossword turns learned them into a bit of a game.

'Tilesetter' is a program for developers that aims to optimize the tileset generation process; demo available

By Sunburst,
Tilesetter seems to be a very handy tool for game developers, allowing you to focus on making the perfect tileset.

Try out 'Critters for Sale', an exhilarating short horror visual novel with two episodes out now

By Sunburst,
The absolutely exhilarating short horror visual novel Critters for Sale, which was originally released the first day of 2019, had its second chapter ("Goat") available for some time (Jun 2019, actually) and it's worth a look. Note: The article may cause issues if you have photosensitive epilepsy.

'Discover my Body' is a 10 minute long free body-horror minigame about transhumanism and social alienation

By Sunburst,
Discover my Body takes place twenty years in the future, in a dystopian society where a strange medical procedure was developed to enhance human consciousness, which is being used by people to escape their miseries and existential despair.

Indie short FPS 'Monument' has an overhaul update almost five years after the original release

By Sunburst,
Monument is an indie FPS that was released in June 2015 to meet 'mostly positive' reviews on Steam. It also got a massive revamp nearly five years later.

Explore a mysterious structure in 'Meteorite', a colourful and densely pixelated free short metroidvania FPS

By Sunburst,
Meteorite is a colourful and densely pixelated metroidvania FPS, made in Godot Engine for a Game Jam back in 2018 that's worth a look when you have a few free minutes.

"Doosk" is a crossover mod that brings the weapons and gameplay from "Dusk" to "Doom"

By Sunburst,
It was only a matter of time until someone combined Dusk and Doom together and now they have, we give you - Doosk.

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.
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