4 games on Linux that don’t suck


If you love space adventure games, old-school graphics mixed with awesome music then check out Galak-Z.

Prepare for the bar to be raised on deep-space 2D dog-fighting! GALAK-Z is a modern, A.I. and physics-driven open-world action game, viewed through the lens of the classic 16-bit space shooter. Powered by the next-generation Cyntient AI platform, Galak-Z puts players in control of anime-inspired spacecraft inhabiting procedurally generated worlds.


price: $9.99


Insurgency is a solid tactical first person shooter that is engaging and exciting to play. You can play against people or team up and play co-op.

Take to the streets for intense close quarters combat, where a team’s survival depends upon securing crucial strongholds and destroying enemy supply in this multiplayer and cooperative Source Engine based experience.


price: $9.99

Tabletop Simulator

Tabletop simulator is amazing, you can play with anyone in the world any board game you could imagine.

Tabletop Simulator is the only simulator where you can let your aggression out by flipping the table! There are no rules to follow: just you, a physics sandbox, and your friends. Make your own games and play how YOU want! Unlimited gaming possibilities!


price: $19.99

Mount & Blade: Warband

Warband is an amazing game that you can get lost in for hours, you can choose a sandbox mode where you are free to choose your own story or you can do the story modes. This is one of my favorites on linux gaming.

In a land torn asunder by incessant warfare, it is time to assemble your own band of hardened warriors and enter the fray. Lead your men into battle, expand your realm, and claim the ultimate prize: the throne of Calradia!

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sX37QA9o-Co

price: $19.99

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