Total War: Warhammer is coming to Linux this fall

Total War: Warhammer is coming to Linux this fall

FeralInteractive announced the much aanticipated Total War: WARHAMMER to Linux and Mac this autumn. Developed by Creative Assembly, in partnership with Games Workshop, and published by SEGA for Windows PC. More »

Vikings – Wolves of Midgard new action RPG on Linux, Mac and PC

Vikings – Wolves of Midgard new action RPG on Linux, Mac and PC

Kalypso Media and Games Farm are proud and excited to present Vikings – Wolves of Midgard, a bold new IP that will pit action RPG fanatics against the most legendary of all mythological conflicts: Ragnarok. More »

The Fall Part 2: Unbound announced for Linux, Mac and Windows PC

The Fall Part 2: Unbound announced for Linux, Mac and Windows PC

Independent #developer Over The Moon announced that The Fall Part 2: Unbound, the second chapter in the award-winning The Fall Trilogy, will be releasing in Q1 2017 for Linux, Mac, Windows PC. Picking up right where we left ARID at the end of The Fall. More »

Sudden Strike 4 RTS pre-orders announced for Linux, Mac and Windows PC

Sudden Strike 4 RTS pre-orders announced for Linux, Mac and Windows PC

Kalypso Media and Kite Games ahve announced the return of the beloved real time strategy series. Complete with bigger battlefields, more units, better graphics, new scenarios and legendary commanders with individual abilities, making Sudden Strike 4 the most tactical and authentic title in the series. More »

Day of Infamy standalone on Early Access for Linux, Mac and Windows PC

Day of Infamy standalone on Early Access for Linux, Mac and Windows PC

New World Interactive, the team behind Insurgency, today launches Day of Infamy onto Steam Early Access. Based on the successful mod for Insurgency with more than 175,000 subscribers, Day of Infamy has transformed into a full-fledged standalone game built with Source Engine. More »


Infinium Strike: Broken Overlord DLC release window for Linux, Mac and Windows PC


Infinium Strike, the sci-fi #strategy #action hybrid from former Ubisoft producers working as Codex Worlds, will receive its first #DLC titled Broken Overlord in Q2 2017 for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Gamescom able to meet the developers and finds out details about the new battles in this alien war.

Broken Overlord adds a four-mission campaign where players fight not only for the survival of humanity, but for the freedom of the alien species known as Bubba. Enslaved by the Wrog, the ruthless antagonist race, Bubbas can be rescued by the DLC’s new Freedom Void spaceship, which disrupts the mind-controlling devices crowning each Bubba.

The DLC will also introduce Nuke Avengers, a battleship  that can launch massive nuclear missiles to close Wrog-spawning portals, and Bertha Thiefs, an invisible Wrog ship that steals resources from inattentive commanders. Broken Overlord also adds new themes and decals to allow commanders to make their battlecruiser feel distinctly their own.

In Infinium Strike, players fend off attacks as the weapons officer of a massive battlecruiser, managing autofiring turrets, deployable fighter ship squadrons and special SuperTech abilities to curb enemies advancing from four surrounding quadrants of space.

The game’s Campaign Mode follows the rise of a weapons officer as the potential savior of humanity, ascending from the modest rank of Gunner Ensign to the elite Galactic Admiral. In the endless arcade-esque Deep Space mode, weapons officers face fixed waves of Wrog forces in a fight to top the leaderboards.

“With new ships and mission objectives, Broken Overlord amplifies the depth of strategy necessary to survive Infinium Strike‘s battle for survival,” said Dexter Chow, creative director, Codex Worlds. “We’re eager to see how the community will utilize Infinium Strike‘s new ships to manage the Wrog’s nearly-overwhelming threat to our super battleship.”

More information about Infinium Strike can be found at the official website. Infinium Strike: Broken Overlord will be available on Steam for Linux, Mac and Windows PC in 2017.


Deus Ex: Mankind Divided shows signs of a Linux debut on SteamDB


Today is the #release of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided for Windows PC, yet there are signs it might be making a native #Linuxport. As Square Enix is quietly having games ported to more than just PC.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is a singleplayer stealth roguelike type game developed by Eidos Montreal and published by Square Enix. Having received a variety reviews on Steam and an 83 score on metacritic.

Just released this morning on Steam for $59.99 USD. The SteamDB activity show there might be a possible Linux and Mac port in the works.

There is no official announcement yet, but the signs that a native port via SteamDB this close to launch tends to fairly accurate. Hopefully we will see an announcement soon and a Linux release in the near future.


Fantasy RPG Outward gets a reality check in new Trailer


We are not the children of gods. We are not heroes delivered by fate. We are simply the people who chose to #break the #constraints of mundanity, to explore the lands ahead and the caverns below, to rise above fear and venture outward.

Watch the new PAX West trailer for Outward:

Coming to #Linux, Mac, Windows PC and console (date TBA) from Nine Dots Studio, Outward blends fantasy and survival elements to create an open-world RPG of hard-won battles and lasting consequences. Journey across Aurai as one of four factions, each with its own story and ideology, and overcome hardship to earn your place in history.

Factors such as food, water, and sleep are merely the beginning. Constant auto-saving ensures that your actions have repercussions, while no level-scaling means you must be ready for the challenges ahead. Outward seeks to rethink the conventions of the genre, from how the environment impacts your use of armor (plate armor in the desert is a bad idea), to ritualistic magic requiring preparation to wield, and even how your inventory bag affects maneuverability.

You don’t have to travel alone though. When beginning a new campaign with a friend, Outward’s two-player co-op puts both players at the heart of the story. Outward even features the option for split-screen play both locally and online–for when you want the couch co-op experience sans couch.

Outward will makes its playable debut at PAX West 2016. Having already been Greenlit and having had a successful Kickstarter campaign. Expect to see further details soon.

For further details, make sure check out the official website, follow Nine Dots Studio on Twitter, Facebook and joint the Steam community group.


Paradox developers detail The Black Death in Crusader Kings 2: The Reaper’s Due


Paradox Interactive and Paradox Development Studio today #announced that death can come early for those eager for new ways to die in Crusader Kings 2 as #preorders for The Reaper’s Due are now available on the Paradox Store. Featuring new disease and medicine mechanics and a whole host of deadly new challenges for players’ in-game nobles, The Reaper’s Due will be available on #Linux, Mac and Windows PC’s on August 25, 2016.

For those eager to know why they should fear the reaper in the upcoming expansion, Game Director Henrik Fåhraeus details what kind of grisly demises you can expect from horrendous world events such as the Black Plague in this video developer diary:

Those who duly wish to pre-purchase Crusader Kings 2: The Reaper’s Due before it’s due for release can pre-order on the Paradox Store and Steam right now.


The Girl and the Robot intriguing action adventure available on Linux, Mac and Windows PC


The Girl and the Robot is a third person action/adventure for Linux, Mac and Windows PC, set in a #fairytale #world. Players take the role of a young girl trying to escape from a castle ruled by an #evilqueen. On her way, she meets a mysterious robot that can be controlled remotely and together they encounter many challenges that test the strength of their new found friendship.


  • Switch between the girl and the robot to solve puzzles, defeat enemies and navigate the world.
  • Mysterious backs story that has left its mark on the environment.
  • Beautiful hand-painted art style reminiscent of old fairy tales.

Interesting Facts

  • Flying Carpets Games won the Narrative Design Award at the game festival BitSummit 2014.
  • Had a successful Kickstarter Campaign on November 2013.
  • The team is scattered all over the world with members from Canada, England and Japan.
  • Some of us are ex-employees of Gameloft, EA and Ubisoft that left in order to make games with more creative freedom.
  • The Girl and the Robot is heavily inspired by classics such as the Legend of Zelda and Ico.

The Girl and the Robot is available now on Steam, and the Humble Store for Linux, Mac and Windows PC.

System Requirements:

  • OS: Ubuntu 14
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Storage: 4 GB available space