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The Steam Summer Sale is now live, lots of goodies
25 June 2017 at 4:04 am UTC Likes: 1

I bought Splatter - Zombie Apocalypse for only 0.49 USD and so far it's an incredibly fun game (specially the third level which is terrific).

The rhythmic and psychedelic platformer '140' receives a free but important update; it's also currently discounted
25 June 2017 at 4:00 am UTC

lucinosAlso what is your problem with "short" games. I love short games especially 140 type. Game like this the longer, the worst are for me. I just want to try them, have their difficulty but finish them and go on with my life. I do not want length. 140 had the perfect length.
It depends on every game, but for this one, I just felt there was potential for more content, and it was a shame that it ended so abruptly.

'Bendy and the Ink Machine' is an atmospheric 1st person episodic horror puzzler with its demo now available
2 March 2017 at 4:00 am UTC

armageddon51Looks very original but I have no clue what to do. Nothing seems to be clickable.
You have to look at the objects directly. If you do it right, they will start to glow and then you'll be able to pick them up.

GOG is having another weekly retro sale with eleven Linux supported titles
2 March 2017 at 3:54 am UTC

CAPTNCAPSWHOA! Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis is 0.74USD?! WHY TF IS IT 1.40€ THEN? 0.74$ == 0.70€ >_>
For me it showed USD 0.74, so it probably has to do with regional pricing. A similar problem happened to some readers in this article. Though currently I'm seeing these titles cost USD 0.80 now.

Thank you all for letting us know about the issue.

'Fruits of a Feather' is a small Pay What You Want unconventional exploration game where you play as a bird
2 March 2017 at 3:47 am UTC

stanI’m surprised you mention playing with the mouse as I found it almost completely impossible and used the keyboard instead.
Did you try increasing the mouse sensitivity to 100 on the Options? That's what I did and it was much more comfortable.

KelsOh, and I found it a lot more intuitive to use a controller. Surprised you didn't mention it.
It's because I don't have a gamepad (remember you can check the specs of every user on the profiles); though the developers recommend to use one, as it's stated on the official description at the bottom of the article.

EDIT: Misspelling.

Croteam say all Serious Sam games are on their way to Linux with Vulkan, also VR on Linux teaser from Valve
8 February 2017 at 11:30 am UTC Likes: 4

Wow, so many good news lately! I have a serious hunch that 2017 will be the Year of Linux...

The Battlefield-like single player FPS 'Ravenfield' will have a paid version; a Steam Greenlight page is now live
8 February 2017 at 2:05 am UTC

BeamboomBattlefield is ALL about multiplayer. It simply can't be "Battlefield-like" without it. Secondly, battlefield is about cutting edge graphics and effects. This... Not so much. What's the similarity? The first person perspective? That you hold a gun and shoot stuff?
The term serves to give you a general idea about how the game is (war setting, large maps, teamwork and use of vehicles) otherwise the title of the article would be extremely long. It's like when the "rogue-like" description is used. Though if you think another kind of description would be more accurate feel free to share it; of course it has to be as short as possible.

'The Secret of Tremendous Corporation' is a 2015 short free point-and-click comical adventure made in 48 hours
3 February 2017 at 6:21 am UTC

silmeth
QuoteThe only thing that I can explicitly say I found annoying is the fact that you can't skip the dialogue by clicking the mouse;
I work with a guy who wrote the game, he’s sitting next to me right now, and he’s saying you can – but you need to use the right mouse button. ;-)
Weird choice.

SEUM: Speedrunners from Hell updated with a level editor and Steam Workshop support
16 December 2016 at 5:16 am UTC

Excellent news. Once I buy the game I'll probably make a couple of levels. The developers should celebrate a level-making someday!

The circuit building simulator 'SHENZHEN I/O' gets 'overwhelmingly positive' reviews from Steam users
7 December 2016 at 6:42 am UTC

I wasn't expecting so many answers. I read them all and I will keep them in mind, thank you. As for Human Resource Machine, I already have it in my wishlist.

stan"Overwhelmingly positive" means nothing, and this is another proof.
The cathegory doesn't necessarily mean they're instant classics, but it's very useful to discover some excellent games, for sure.

RussianNeuroMancerConsider Pony Island as tutorial.
I beat that game in only two hours, but still I couldn't program a single line in TIS-100.

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