Today I read an article from RPS that claims that Valve has made it harder to find new releases. This tickled me a bit, as it's always been quite easy.
We already had confirmation that Torment: Tides of Numenera would launch day-1 on Linux here on GOL from an email chat with inXile, but it's always good to see fully public confirmation.
Corben wrote in to let us know that Diluvion, a deep-sea exploration game with RPG elements looks like it might be coming over to Linux.
GOG have revived two more classic games for Linux, as Castles 1 & 2 now have Linux versions bundled with DOSBox.
NVIDIA has release the 378.13 stable driver which directly follows on from their work on the 378.09 beta driver.
The recent Mesa release of Mesa 17.0.0 included a patch from Feral's Marc Di Luzio, but Feral aren't stopping there. Alex Smith from Feral has had two patches accepted into Mesa-git today.
Croteam are continuing to improve The Talos Principle with a brand new stable build that has Vulkan optimizations.
This is something I did not expect. I remember Soldat from many years ago and it looks like it's being ported to Linux.
Why am I not surprised? The developers of Project Cars 2 said the game would be coming out for SteamOS, but they are being silent on it. The same happened with the original.
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 'Humble Freedom Bundle' has launched and with it, tons of stuff. A large majority of it is available on Linux too.
In Alwa's Awakening you are a stranger who has been summoned to help rid Alwa of evil! A very retro throwback at the NES era and it pulls it off pretty well.
The Mesa developers have announced the release of Mesa 17.0.0 and it's a truly incredible release. You should probably update as soon as possible.
Now this is the kind of idea I think is extremely cool. An ASCII-styled RPG called 'Stone Story' will come to Linux, come check out the trailer.
The developers of Signs of Life switched from XNA to MonoGame a few months ago and now the Linux build has been promoted to an officially supported platform.
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