GOG have revived another classic, this time we have Maniac Mansion, the 1987 adventure from Lucasfilm Games.
RUINER, the brutal action shooter from Reikon Games night finally arrive on Linux in April it seems.
Pizza Connection 3, the simulation and management game from Gentlymad Studios and Assemble Entertainment is now out with Linux support.
9 Monkeys of Shaolin is a new beat 'em up from Sobaka Studio and Buka Entertainment where you take control of a simple Chinese fisherman who is out to avenge the death of his friends and family.
For those who were wanting to get in on the retro action found in 3D Realms & Voidpoint's Build engine shooter Ion Maiden, you will be pleased to know GOG now has it up.
Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia, the new strategy game that will form part of a series from Creative Assembly has been delayed.
Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus is a new strategy game due out this year with Linux support, they've shown off a bit more of it now and it's looking good. They've also revealed the enemy now too.
Aspyr Media have confirmed to us today that Sid Meier's Civilization VI: Rise and Fall expansion will officially add Linux support tomorrow.
Not sure if HITMAN is for you? You can currently grab the HITMAN Spring Pack completely free on Steam to get a permanent copy.
For those who love your arena brawlers, you might want to keep an eye on Mighty Fight Federation, a game inspired by Power Stone, Ehrgeiz, and Marvel vs Capcom as it's confirmed for Linux.
Valve have today put out a stable Steam Client update pulling in lots of changes from the previous beta version, it's a good one too.
For those who enjoyed the first two books of the excellent Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth or if you're waiting to play it through together keep an eye out on March 29th for Book Three's release.
Here's one I sadly missed, released back in December (oh my!), Zombasite - Orc Schism is an expansion to the dynamic zombie apocalypse action RPG.
Miss the days of playing RollerCoaster Tycoon 2? Miss them no more, as OpenRCT2 is alive and well with a fresh update.
I'm a huge fan of drag and drop creation tools like Construct 3, that allow you to create games by building simple events sheets and it seems they've continued making Construct 3 more awesome to use.
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