New Steam Games with Native Linux Clients with Super Bunny Man and Halftime Heroes - 2023-05-17 Edition


Between 2023-05-10 and 2023-05-17 there were 19 New Steam games released with Native Linux clients. For reference, during the same time, there were 226 games released for Windows on Steam, so the Linux versions represent about 8.4 % of total released titles. Here’s a quick pick of the most interesting ones:


Released on 16 May, 2023, developed by Catobyte and published by Catobyte Ltd. [Steam Store Page]

Genre: Action, Indie

About the game: A physics-based co-op platformer about a guy in a rabbit costume! Team up with a friend or three (local or online) to beat levels, find hidden carrots and race against the clock. Experience bunny madness. Embrace carrot chaos. Become Super Bunny Man.


Released on 16 May, 2023, developed by Studio Kit, self-published. [Steam Store Page]

Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie, Simulation

About the game: Welcome to Wee Tanks! Control a cute tank, destroy hundreds of enemies across maps and modes. With explosive battles and endless fun. Gear up and show those enemies who’s boss!


Released on 12 May, 2023, developed by KAR Games, self-published. [Steam Store Page]

Genre: Adventure, Indie, Simulation, Early Access

About the game: You were deep in uncharted space on a research mission. Disaster struck. Together with your friends, explore a mysterious asteroid field and mine whatever resources possible to build what you need to survive.


Released on 11 May, 2023, developed by Bigboot Studios, self-published. [Steam Store Page]

Genre: Action, Adventure, RPG

About the game: SURVIVE COUNTLESS HORDES, BE A ONE MAN ARMY, DIE AND RETURN STRONGER. Halftime Heroes is a Survival Rogue Action RPG game with short and intense matches where you learn spells, level up, acquire loot and fight bosses. Each time you die you may upgrade or unlock several features.

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: