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ZED indie adventure to get native support

zed indie adventure to get linux mac windows support

ZED indie adventure about revelation, regret, redemption that is coming with Linux support, as well as Mac and Windows. The product of Eagre Games who is looking for Wishlist support from the Linux community. Since the studios is working with Cyan, Inc. The legendary indie studio that created best-selling classics Myst and Riven. Including Steam VR with Linux support.

Kingdom Two Crowns roadmap confirms support

kingdom two crowns roadmap confirms linux support

Kingdom Two Crowns is due to expand with post-release updates, but the roadmap confirms Linux support. The games release came this week on Windows, available on both Steam and Humble Store. Playable via Proton using Steam Play.

The Forgotten Sanctum expansion launches

the forgotten sanctum expansion launches on linux mac windows for pillars of eternity II

The Forgotten Sanctum expansion launches for Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire on Linux, Mac and Windows. While the genre-defining RPG developer Obsidian Entertainment, in partnership with indie powerhouse publisher Versus Evil, announces the final paid expansion. Available now on both Steam and GOG.

Great Britain and Ireland new DLC releases

great britain and ireland dlc releases for railway empire on linux windows

Railway Empire new DLC releases called Great Britain and Ireland DLC for Linux and Windows. So after laying down thousands of miles of tracks in North and South America. The expansion maps continue from Gaming Minds Studios. Which is available now on Steam, GOG and Humble Store.

Valfaris – Support update and new Demo

valfaris support update and new demo for windows linux

Valfaris has a new Demo available on Windows, but have a Linux support update. Indie game publisher Digital Uppercut has released a limited time demo for Steel Mantis’ for the upcoming heavy metal 2D action-platformer. Available now on Steam and playable until December 31st, playable for Linux gamers using Proton.

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