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Real-time tactical RPG 'City of the Shroud' has a Linux demo build available for testing
13 August 2018 at 11:55 am UTC Likes: 6

It's this sort of announcemen---one that comes out of the blue for a diamond of a game---that reminds me just how much I love GoL, and why I support Liam on Patreon. I only wish I could afford to give him more.

Comedy cosmic horror adventure 'Gibbous - A Cthulhu Adventure' has a new trailer and Steam page
12 August 2018 at 1:56 pm UTC Likes: 1

Reading Lovecraft was where I first became aware of the word 'Gibbous'(also 'beetling' which I mention here only because I like to say it), so I imagine that the devs of this parody are intimate with his work. Straight, so called, 'Lovecraftian' games almost universally fail to convey the deeply unsettling 'otherness' of Lovecraft's world, but I could see a parody set in a Lovecraftian setting being wildly enjoyable, especially to the fan of good 'ol H.P..

Gonna have to keep an (unseen and blind, soul-withering) eye on this one.

Valheim, an interesting survival game inspired by norse mythology and viking culture, currently free
8 August 2018 at 12:35 pm UTC

Looks pretty, less retro-pixel-graphics-y and more a conscious, stylistic choice meant to evoke a sense of things being roughly hewn than pew-pew pixelated.

Free on Well, the price is right. And with a Linuxian at the forge, I'd be surprised if we didn't see a Linux build. Definitely one to watch.

SpaceBourne might see a Linux version, according to demand after release
8 August 2018 at 12:25 pm UTC Likes: 3

[insert Jason Bourne joke here]

Dead Matter, a sandbox survival horror plans to have a Linux release after Early Access
8 August 2018 at 12:24 pm UTC Likes: 1

Looks a bit soon to say too much about it except that its graphics do look a little more sophisticated than 7D2D. If Dead Matter let's me do what I can do in 7D2D minus the zombies' being able to punch through any and every kind of building material devised by Man, then I'm all in.

Lovecraftian RPG 'Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones' is coming with Linux support next year
27 July 2018 at 11:51 am UTC Likes: 5

liamdaweThere's also a video of their crafting system ...

How did you resist the urge to write "There's also a video of their Lovecrafting system ..."?


The urban block-based sandbox game 'Voxel Turf' adds new map generation options and more
24 July 2018 at 11:36 am UTC

I'm so happy to see this game is being well received on Steam!

Polygod, the difficult FPS with random environments launches next month
24 July 2018 at 11:24 am UTC

I'm tempted by the "if ya ain't got skill, you can use strategy" thing. 'Cause folks, I just ain't got skill. I enjoy (by which I mean I need) games where I have the freedom to figure out something other than a full-on frontal fusillade. This is one to wishlist and watch.

A new Steam Client Beta is out adding support for PS3 Controllers and many more
21 July 2018 at 1:27 pm UTC

All this reminds me that I switched to the stable client some time back. Probs time to come back to the beta.

Stonehearth for Linux is cancelled five years after a successful Kickstarter
6 July 2018 at 10:59 am UTC

skyeThe recent reviews on steam seem to be a wall of disappointment

Huzzah! (Fuck the oath-breakers).

QuoteHow do you like your eggs in the morning? We love it when we pay extra and then they're thrown at us.

Nice turn of phrase, Liam. Puts me in mind of the sort of thing I see on RPS!

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