Get ready to look after your hive once more and create some of that sweet honey in Hive Time, which just had a sweet upgrade for World Bee Day (May 20).
Probably the biggest update and expansion launch for Stellaris yet, Stellaris: Nemesis and the 3.0 'Dick' update are out now.
Why is Valheim so popular? People have asked. Well, how we feel about games is always highly subjective and here's my own initial thoughts on it after many hours lost inside its world.
Love a good mix-up of a classic? Minesweeper gets reinvented with Bonesweeper that blends in a little Palaeontology.
Hive Time, the sweet beehive building and management sim from Cheeseness hits the one year mark, celebrates with a new upgrade and a fresh little trailer.
Hive Time from developer 'Cheeseness' released nearly a year ago, and so the developer has written up a length post on the development and the finances. A good read if you like behind the scenes dev info.
Well on it's way to raising 5 million dollars, the Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality over on itch.io has become a huge success and there's a lot that's been added to it.
Supply Chain, a free and open source game developed to hopefully generate some thought and discussion about supply chains and their issues.
Hive Time, a very sweet bee management and building sim where you build up your own hive has a big update out now.
Vendetta Online, something of a classic MMO space game is now free to play for everyone until June 1. Everyone will be treated as if they're a paying player during this time.
Released back in December, Hive Time is the rather sweet Bee hive building and management sim from our contributor Cheeseness and it has a new trailer out.
The Linux GOTY Award 2019 is now over, there were thousands of votes across many categories and we have the winners in.
I know how it is, you look at your list of games and think "I need something new!" and then you click around Steam, GOG, Humble, itch and more and end up going back to the safety of what you already know. Here to help with that!
It might not be scientifically accurate but Hive Time is a very sweet and relaxing little management sim.
A totally scientifically inaccurate depiction of hive dynamics! In Hive Time you're responsible for growing your hive, making that sweet-sweet honey and producing a Queen before the current one dies.
Love insects and other creepy crawlies? Hive Quest might be a game you will enjoy, one that's coming to Linux and it's now crowdfunding on Kickstarter.
Currently in development from solo developer Rod Tyson from Golden Heart Games, Hive Quest is inspired by the likes of Black & White (LionHead Studios) as well as folklore & fairy legend it looks like a pretty sweet game.
With some lovely pixel art, Pixel Noir looks like one not to be missed. The story sounds pretty good too!
Here's another game successfully funded on Kickstarter, one we missed, which looks fantastic and it's coming to Linux. It's called Pixel Noir and it sure does look stylish.
Death Trash is one of my most surprising discoveries lately. A grim post-apocalyptic role-playing game that will have Linux support.
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