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Ultra Off-Road Simulator 2019: Alaska will be supported on Linux with enough requests
14 January 2019 at 10:26 pm UTC

Wow. I loved the old Cabelas off-road adventure game so this is a must have for me.

Looks like the 'Linux Steam Integration' project is being continued with Intel's Clear Linux
1 January 2019 at 5:24 pm UTC

They have a lot to do if they want me to buy any Intel HW or use an Intel distro this year but maybe the ice will melt some day

Planet Nomads has another update out with new weather types and lots of tweaks
20 December 2018 at 8:03 pm UTC

I really like the game but as others have said, once you have the production going there's not much to do. I really like the exploration for resources and that you actually have to plan and/or use more than one base to get things going smooth.
I've never cared about the multiplayer but I hope for more content and purpose.

There's a lot of really impressive builds to check out on YT.

The lovely aquarium building game Megaquarium just had a big update
16 December 2018 at 3:43 pm UTC Likes: 2

Good thing these update news articles pops up so I get reminded of games I forgot to buy

Volcanoids, a steampunk base-building survival game may come to Linux, developer testing
12 December 2018 at 4:39 pm UTC

Def buying this if/when we get it. Love the look!

Chef, a restaurant management sim is going to see a Linux release
4 December 2018 at 11:39 pm UTC

Looks nice. Hope they get the Linux version out before xmas

Valve have some serious competition, with the Epic Games Store being announced
4 December 2018 at 11:30 pm UTC Likes: 2

zen_xenoYeah, no way.

If it isn't on Steam or GOG I'm not interested. I started pirating games on C64 - started buying games because Steam is such a great platform for me. I'll never lose or damage the discs, don't have to keep track of boxes or manuals. I have over a thousand games in my Steam library, but if publishers want to keep making their own stores I have no problem pirating again. Already looks like I won't be able to get Elder Scrolls 6 via Steam so guess what? I have a VPN, I'm not gonna buy it. Steam provides a service I find valuable, GOG has inspired my love for their resurrection of old games, and for being DRM free. What do these other publishers have to offer but scattering my library of games across more platforms, more passwords and logins, less consolidation, more bugs. NO! I won't buy it, I'll just pirate.

So you're entitled to Elder Scrolls 6 for free cause it's not on Steam?

Ant colony management sim 'Empires of the Undergrowth' added a new freeplay map and challenge modes
23 November 2018 at 1:37 pm UTC

This game is awesome. I love the whole "home base" approach and wish other games had them too. Learning how things work out in the wild and then get resources and experience to grow the colony makes it feel a little more rewarding.

Luna and the Moonling is a sweet puzzle game that's now available on Linux
12 November 2018 at 9:31 pm UTC Likes: 1

Not a fan of this type of puzzle games but I really like the looks of it.

Bought it for the Linux support though.

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