Can't Drive This is a pretty unique multiplayer racing game that sees players go head to head but in very different ways.
The Proton compatibility layer used with Steam Play on Linux has a brand new release out with Proton 5.13-2.
Unspottable has you and friends all blended together amongst a crowd, and you each need to find the other to take them down. It's highly amusing and out now.
As far as turn-based card battlers go, DragonEvo was quite promising when I tried it out recently and now it looks even better with a big update and a release on itch.io.
Rover Wars strips down the RTS genre to some of the basics and makes it a competitive local multiplayer game, it's actually pretty darn fun and it's out now.
You have to hand it to the developers at Beamdog, they certainly support their revamped RPG classics for a long time. Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition just got a big update too!
CodeWeavers and Valve have updated Steam Play once again, this time it's quite a small release to fix up some issues.
A bit of MiniGolf anyone? Road Turtle Games released MiniGolf Maker into Steam's Early Access program back in March, with Linux support landing yesterday.
The emulation scene is very much alive and well, with the PlayStation 3 emulator RPCS3 continuing to show awesome progress.
This is quite an exciting release for Steam Play, as Valve just put out a brand new release of Proton.
Pikuniku took me by surprise so much that I'm struggling to describe the feeling after playing it, an absolute joy for sure.
Welcome to another review in the PIN (Play It NOW) series, where we highlight under-rated games that didn’t get the praise and attention they deserved on release and still don’t to this day. Until now! This time, we’ll take a look at PixelJunk Shooter by Q-Games Ltd.
Welcome to the another review in the PIN (Play It NOW) series. Conscious that all previous PINs have been action games, this time I’m covering Invisible Inc from Canadian studio Klei Entertainment, a superb stealth/strategy hybrid in the mould of XCOM.
Welcome to another review in the PIN (Play It NOW) series. This time we’re taking a look at Supergiant Games’ second title, Transistor. This stylish game is a unique mix of action, RPG and tactics, set in the future during the outbreak and subsequent onslaught of a man-made enemy known as The Process.
Welcome to the third review in the PIN (Play It NOW) series. This time, we’re covering a game that is so good, you’ll be devastated when you finish it. It’s quality-over-quantity, it’s Gunpoint by Tom Francis, sole developer and owner of Suspicious Developments.
Welcome to the second review in the PIN (Play It NOW) series. We’re going to be looking at quite a recent title called MidBoss by the awesome Kitsune Games and ported by the excellent Ethan Lee. A game full of superlatives then, and now here’s my PIN, urging you to take a look.
Welcome to this new series of reviews, called Play It Now. With PIN, I’ll cover amazing games that you might have missed. They’re not big titles, they’re not all that recent, and maybe they just didn’t get the limelight they deserved. They’re all great games that I’ve either enjoyed playing, or that I’m still passionate about today. Here, we'll look at Flamebreak.
One I missed actually getting full Linux support earlier this year was PLAY WITH ME, a game that mixes puzzles and horror together to create a weird experience.
Astervoid 2000 was sent in by the developer and I've been testing out this multiplayer space brawler to see if it's worthy. It's surprisingly great actually! Mixing some lovely pixel art with sick tunes makes for an explosive experience.
It has been a long time coming, but the developers of The Flock have finally updated the game to include a beta version for Linux.
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