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Games: Sail Forth, Backspace Bouken, Receiver 2

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  • Serene naval adventure Sail Forth has a brand new trailer, coming to Linux next year

    David Evans and The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild have a brand new trailer out for their upcoming naval action and adventure game Sail Forth.

    While previously Evans was working alone on Sail Forth doing graphics, audio and programming they've recently announced the team up with The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild who've developed and published multiple other titles with Linux support like The Bridge, Tumblestone and Almost There: The Platformer.

  • Crazy typing adventure dungeon-crawler Backspace Bouken is out now

    Backspace Bouken isn't your standard dungeon crawler, it mashes it together with a typing game and the end result is pretty hilarious.

  • Realistic gun simulation FPS 'Receiver 2' announced from Wolfire Games

    Receiver is getting a much expanded sequel! Wolfire Games (Overgrowth, Lugaru) have confirmed Receiver 2 is releasing with Linux support next year.

    Announcing the game on Twitter, they said "Receiver. Is. Back. The most realistic gun simulator ever returns in #Receiver2, a brand new game from Wolfire Games.".

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