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Games: Little Martian, MEGA Game Bundle, Diluvian Winds, Valheim, Can't Drive This

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  • Try out the cute demo of survival game Little Martian and try to get home

    Stranded on an Unknown Planet, Little Martian needs your help to survive and perhaps eventually be able to leave.

    Little Martian is a top-down survival game that confronts you with decisions that alter the trajectory of the game, and force you to confront the morality of your choices. With graphics that look like they're out of a retro roguelike, Little Martian oozes charm from the moment you load it up. I am a complete sucker for survival games and the setting here seems pretty sweet.

  • The Humble Daedalic 15th Anniversary MEGA Game Bundle is now live | GamingOnLinux

    More games for the weekend? Take a look over at The Humble Daedalic 15th Anniversary MEGA Game Bundle. A chance for you to complete your Daedalic collection perhaps, with quite a nice selection to pick from overall.

    Interestingly, this is a bundle with only one single tier. Instead of it being split across three and sometimes four tiers Humble have bundled all the games into one single payment. As usual we highlight in bold text those that offer Linux builds.

  • Upcoming building and management game Diluvian Winds looks great | GamingOnLinux

    Alambik Studio and Goblinz Publishing recently revealed Diluvian Winds, a game that mixes people management with a community building game in a pretty thought-provoking setting.

    They say it's a "sail-punk simulation game" where you're in exile due to waters rising across the world. You take on the role of the Guardian, someone who refuses to leave their lighthouse and you end up bringing together refugees to build up a community to try and survive the rising tides. You pick and choose what travellers you house in your community and there's a number of paths to choose to help the lighthouse against the incoming floods.

  • Valheim hits 6 million sales, gets a small teaser for a big update | GamingOnLinux

    As things start to calm down a little for Iron Gate AB after a massive Early Access launch of Valheim, they've announced another big sales milestone and more to come.

    Less than two months since the EA release, they've now hit 6 million sales! Due to how popular the game has been they've been doing various interviews, podcasts and more which has obviously taken away a bit of time. They're also working from home still but they're "not letting that slow us down".

  • Build the track while another player races it in Can't Drive This out now

    Can't Drive This is a pretty unique multiplayer racing game that sees players go head to head but in very different ways.

    It's not multiple cars racing each other, instead you have a player building the track at the same time as another trying to race through it. The racer also can't go too slowly or they explode so there's that to worry about too. They say it's a "competitive co-op" party racing game and the idea is actually pretty good.


    Not only is it out now with Linux support, the developer will also be donating 100% of revenue today (March 19) from Linux purchases to SANCCOB, a Penguin and Seabird rehabilitation centre.

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