Linux may not soon be the platform of choice for gamers – Valve Steam Machines’ failure seems to be a deep reminder of this – but that doesn’t mean the platform is not growing steadily and has quite a few great games.

From stand-alone stand-alone to brilliant RPG (role-playing), 2018 is already a good year for Linux games, and here we will list the five favorite so far.

Since Dota 2 is already famous and everyone is playing it so i think there is no need to list it.

1. Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire

One of them best represents the revival of cRPG in recent years, which makes the traditional Bethesda RPG look more like a relaxed action adventure game. In the latest work of the majestic “Pillars of Eternity” series, you and you will find yourself more like a pirate when you and the crew sail around an island full of adventures and crises.

On the basis of a mixture of naval elements, “Fire of Death” continues the rich gameplay and excellent writing, and further on the basis of beautiful pictures and hand-painted backgrounds.

This is an undoubtedly impressive hardcore RPG that may make some people feel resistant to it, but those who accept it will spend a few months indulging in it.

2, Slay the Spire

Slay the Spire is still in its early stages, but it has become one of the best games of the year. It is a card game with deck-building gameplay, embellished by a vibrant visual style and rogue-like mechanism, even once. After the irritating (but possibly due) death, you will re-enter it.

Each game has an endless portfolio of cards and a different layout. Slay the Spire is like the best of all the amazing independent games of recent years – the card game and the permanent death adventure mode are combined into one. .

Again, it’s still in its early stages, so it will only get better and better!

3, Battletech

This is a game like “Big Piece” on our list. Fighter A is a Star Wars game (based on table games), you will load a mech team and guide them to a rich turn-based battle.

The battle takes place on a range of terrain, from the cold wasteland to the sun-drenched terrain, and you will equip your four-person squad with huge heat weapons to fight against your opponent’s team. If you think this sounds like a “mechanical warrior”, then you are right, but this time you pay more attention to tactical arrangements rather than direct action.

In addition to the battles that command you in the conflict of the universe, the multiplayer mode can also cost you countless hours.

4, Dead Cells

This game is called the best platform action game of the year. The Roguelike game “Dead Cell” takes you into a dark (but colorful) world where you attack and evade the levels generated by the program. It’s a bit like 2D’s Dark Souls, if Dark Soul is also full of colorful colors.

“Dead Cell” is ruthless, only precise and sensitive control will allow you to avoid death, and the upgrade system during the two runs will ensure that you always have some sense of accomplishment.

The pixel wind, animation effects and game mechanics of Dead Cell have reached their peak, promptly reminding us of what the game can look like without the excessive use of 3D graphics.

5. Iconoclasts

This game is not as well known as the ones mentioned above. It is a cute style game that can be seen as a less shocking and cuter alternative to Dead Cell. The player will play Robin, a girl who has escaped after discovering herself in a politically distorted alien world.

Although your character will act in a non-linear level, the game has a gripping game story, Robin will get a variety of imaginative upgrades, the most important of which is her wrench, from launching the shell to solving the clever The environmental problem, you can almost use it to do anything.

“Rebel Mechanic” is a platform game full of happiness and vitality, combining the battle of “Rockman Megaman” and the exploration of “Galaxy Warrior”. If you draw on the two great works, you probably won’t do better than it.

to sum up

These are the best Linux games of our choice in 2018. What are the highlights of the game we missed? Please let us know in the comments section!

Zorain Zubair
Zorain is co-founder of TechLapse. Based in Pakistan, Zorain is currently studying Business Management and aims to achieve the title of Chartered Accountant. Zorain loves writing about various technology news. He can be reached at: [email protected]
0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

You may also like

More in:Gaming