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  • Steam Next Fest returns in June to overload you with demos | GamingOnLinux

    Steam Next Fest: June Edition 2022 is confirmed to be launching on June 13, so time to make sure you have some space free to install all those demos.

    I've managed to find a few new favourites from previous events, so here's to hoping there's plenty. Hopefully developers will be getting more of their games with Steam Input support too, since many more people will be playing on a Steam Deck. This time there might even be a special section just for those.

  • Deck-building RPG 'Tainted Grail: Conquest' releases for Linux | GamingOnLinux

    Awaken Realms Digital has given Linux fans a little gift, with a native Linux build of their popular game Tainted Grail: Conquest now available.

    Tainted Grail: Conquest is set in the dark-fantasy universe of Awaken Realms' hit board game Tainted Grail: Fall of Avalon. The game combines narrative-driven RPG elements with roguelike deck-building gameplay, offering a unique twist on the genres. Players set out on the cursed island of Avalon, where an ever-changing map filled with deadly enemies awaits. With a deep character customization suite across nine distinctive classes of heroes plus dozens of skills, runestones, and items available, each play-through brings a unique set of challenges.

  • SteamTinkerLaunch on Steam Deck: Signs of Support - Boiling Steam

    SteamTinkerLaunch is an excellent solution (and probably not as well known as it should be!) if you want to manage different version and different options of Proton within Steam (and much more than that, such as FSR settings, Reshade…). Turns out that FrostWork (the main developer) has now access to a Deck and you may see SteamTinkerLaunch on Steam Deck...

  • You can now Run Steam Games with Proton on an ARM PC Thanks to Progress Made on Box86! - Boiling Steam

    I am big fan of Box86 and Box64 (as well as pretty much everything PtitSeb does) and a few months ago he made it possible to run some Linux Games on Steam (using the mini-mode, the full client is not yet supported). And the latest development, and that’s a major one, is that Box86 can now run some Windows games on Steam by using Proton! Here’s a video of two of such games: Geometry Dash and Among Us on a ARM mini PC (Pythium D2000 + AMD Rx550):

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  • Running Emulators On Steam Deck Just Got MUCH Easier With This New App

    Valve’s Steam Deck is adept at running everything from indie PC games like Tunic to power-hungry AAA titles like Cyberpunk 2077 and Elden Ring. But it’s rapidly becoming known for another strength: its ability to emulate a vast range of retro and current consoles, from the Atari 2600 all the way up to the Nintendo Switch. Getting everything set up to do that, however, can be a lengthy and arduous process, something a brand new app called EmuDeck aims to make much easier.

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