Hello there, potential viewer! I am here to notify you that you have a one-time opportunity* to participate in an adventure unlike any other*! So, get your snacks ready for another Friday Livestream! Games will be played (possibly not amazingly well) live on a Linux system, purely for your entertainment (and mine)!.
FPS 'Interstellar Marines' is still alive and updated, finally fixes their Wargames mode timer on Linux
Interstellar Marines was one of the most promising FPS games in a long time, until they basically ran out of money. They're still going and this latest updated fixes a long-standing Linux issue. I also really missed playing this game!
Voxel Turf is a very sweet mix of city-building and first-person action built by one developer on Linux. Recent updates have been pretty sweet too.
I recently wrote about Super Cane Magic ZERO getting a huge update and how the Linux version was broken, they've now acted on my feedback and it's fixed.
Balloonatics certainly gets some bonus points for being unique. A vehicle-based action-packed shooter where you pilot a floating basket will release for Linux next month.
Geneshift, the pretty good top-down shooter that has some fun vehicle action was just recently updated with a major rework of the progression system.
I've been in contact with one of the people behind DRAG, a fantastic looking racing game which will come to Linux soon. The fun fact is that the game engine is custom built under Linux too. Note: a few large gifs inside!
Another year has passed and it's now nearing six years since the Carmageddon: Reincarnation Kickstarter that was supposed to have a Linux version. The developer said it is still coming, apparently.
Good things come to those who wait, like a fine Wine. Today the Wine team has officially release the next stable version Wine 3.0.
What do you get when you throw cards at a roguelike? Slay the Spire answers that question and then some!
I've played many platformers in my time and OVIVO stands quite tall as something rather unique in a sea of games.
Phantom Signal is a new Strategy game with Tower Defense mechanics that released this week, it's actually quite good.
The Jackbox Party Pack joins it's newer siblings in gaining an Beta version for Linux, so that makes all of them now! To be clear, this is the first pack in the series.
Just a quick tip this one: The Humble Monthly Bundle is quite hit and miss for Linux gamers, but the current one is actually not bad at all.
Think you're a good enough cook to run your own restaurant? Now's your chance to prove it as Cook, Serve, Delicious! and Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! are available on GOG.
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