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Games: D-Corp, Stellaris, and Lorwolf

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  • D-Corp mixes frantic co-op action with tower defense, latest update brings it to Linux | GamingOnLinux

    What do you get when you cross resource gathering, local co-op and towers that need manual reloading? Good old fashioned chaos, that's what. D-Corp has recently been updated and now it's available for Linux too.

    Currently in Early Access so it's not yet finished, it's already very promising. A game that needs some good team-work and communication as you juggle moving and reloading turrets, while others cut down alien cacti to then throw into a recycling system. It's a little weird but the good quirky kind. The developers says it's a bit like Overcooked meets Starship Troopers but in a more family-friendly setting.

  • Paradox reveal the 3.0 'Dick' update for Stellaris due in April

    Paradox Interactive and Paradox Development Studios have announced the big 3.0 update named 'Dick' for Stellaris that will release alongside the Nemesis expansion on April 15. This is getting a bit out of hand now, no need to milk it…all crude jokes aside it's named after author Philip K. Dick, famous for works which inspired, among other things, movies like Blade Runner and Total Recall.

    The team mentioned the version number bump because of just how big a free update it is, in terms of how it changes the game feel with new features.

  • Lorwolf is an upcoming virtual pet game you play in a web browser | GamingOnLinux

    Browser gaming is alive and well it appears with Lorwolf, an upcoming online wolf-themed pet site that's currently a big success on the crowdfunding site Kickstarter. I must admit, it's been some time since I played any traditional browser game but looking around there's quite a lot going strong with thousands of users and it looks like Lorwolf will be the next big hit.

    "Lorwolf will feature a comprehensive breeding system, customizable looks, exciting battles, rewarding mini-games, and a world full of locations and rich histories to explore. Help support the creation of this game, and begin your adventure through the chaotic lands of Loria!"

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