New Steam Games with Native Linux Clients - 2023-02-01 Edition


Between 2023-01-25 and 2023-02-01 there were 30 New Steam games released with Native Linux clients. For reference, during the same time, there were 269 games released for Windows on Steam, so the Linux versions represent about 11.2 % of total released titles. Here’s a quick pick of the most interesting ones:


Released on 1 Feb, 2023, developed by Brightdawn Entertainment, self-published. [Steam Store Page]

Genre: Casual, Free to Play, Indie, Strategy, Early Access

About the game: Lead one of four factions of your choice and defeat all your opponents in fierce card battles with real players from all around the world. Destroy your enemies, reinforce the power of your empire, and comprehend “The Art of War”!


Released on 26 Jan, 2023, developed by Luiz Pascoto, self-published. [Steam Store Page]

Genre: Action, Indie, RPG, Early Access

About the game: A Roguelite where you are the Boss Fight! Defeat endless tides of the undead, complete tough challenges and dethrone powerful bosses. A Horde-Survival Roguelite where you unlock ancient powers and create overpowered character builds to become an unstoppable army-destroyer.


Released on 26 Jan, 2023, developed by Open Lab Games, self-published. [Steam Store Page]

Genre: Adventure, Indie, Sports, Strategy

About the game: The visual novel / sport management mashup game of your (anxiety-ridden?) DREAMS! Lead a team of Roller Derby athletes using strategy and real-time controls. Outside the ring you’ll have to manage five big personalities as they grapple with friendship, heartbreak, and late capitalist society…


Released on 26 Jan, 2023, developed by Dramatic Iceberg and published by Bonus Stage Publishing. [Steam Store Page]

Genre: Casual, Indie

About the game: A cozy and peaceful sandbox game about growing tiny and lovely plants. Just relax, take care of your seedlings, and watch your dream garden come to life.

You can also check our previous entries in the series for the New Steam Games released with Native Linux clients. We have them every week: