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Once Upon A Coma, a story driven adventure game from the creator of Pinstripe
16 February 2018 at 1:20 pm UTC

Yeap, it looks pretty cool. And his previous game works great on Linux. So no worries IMO.

The roadmap for 'Rise to Ruins' has some sweet changes on the way, also info on their Linux sales
9 February 2018 at 2:01 am UTC

So many good feedbacks about this game! It's on my wishlist for a long time...
I think i'm gonna buy it soon.

The Dota 2 'Spring Cleaning' update attempts to improve your overall experience
2 February 2018 at 1:02 pm UTC

Maybe i'm a part of those who think the MOBA are easy to start to play but hard to master.
I think this is the case about LOL. I started to play it a few years ago and it seemed pretty "smooth".
I didn't have any difficulties to play the game and enjoy it.
But maybe it's not the majority. ^^'

I don't play to DOTA because of Steam, yeah i know... and because of this, i'm stuck to play LOL in Wine.
But i agree with you about the tutorials.

The excellent puzzle game Opus Magnum is now available on GOG
31 January 2018 at 3:36 pm UTC Likes: 1

Finally, that's great!

Realistic racing game 'DRAG' coming to Linux soon, built on Linux and it looks astonishing
19 January 2018 at 6:43 pm UTC

Looks great and as many folks said, the DRM-Free release of this type of game is exactly what Linux needs IMO.
So please consider it !

But for the "Splitscreen Online Multiplayer", it means two guys can play on a same local PC with some others Online, right ?

PS : For "Support for all common Gamepads", what about support of Racing Wheels ?

Opus Magnum is an exceptional puzzle game available for Linux
11 January 2018 at 11:24 pm UTC Likes: 1

QuoteThe craziest thing—GOG refused to have it on their store. I don’t want to get into a long discussion about the pros and cons of the curation that GOG do vs stores like Steam, but in this case I think they’re nuts. So for now, it’s Steam or the Humble Store, Humble even have the DRM free version too.

I'm agree. That pretty sucks, even i like GOG a lot.

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