New Steam Games with Native Linux Clients with Deep Blue Fantasy and Guardians of Holme - 2023-06-21 Edition


Between 2023-06-14 and 2023-06-21 there were 20 New Steam games released with Native Linux clients. For reference, during the same time, there were 250 games released for Windows on Steam, so the Linux versions represent about 8 % of total released titles. Here’s a quick pick of the most interesting ones:


Released on 18 Jun, 2023, developed by Gravity Garden, self-published. [Steam Store Page]

Genre: Adventure, Indie, RPG, Strategy, Early Access

About the game: Deep Blue Fantasy is a roguelike adventure game set in an underwater world. Collect weapons, recruit crew, hold the lucky dice in your hand, and embark on a journey into the unpredictable depths of the sea!


Released on 18 Jun, 2023, developed by DeckEleven, self-published. [Steam Store Page]

Genre: Indie, Simulation, Strategy

About the game: DeckEleven’s Railroads 2 is a fun and addictive railroads building game. Like a true Tycoon, you are in charge of everything! Design and build the perfect railways network.


Released on 16 Jun, 2023, developed by MossTech Studio and published by indienova. [Steam Store Page]

Genre: Adventure, Indie, Strategy, Early Access

About the game: Guardians of Holme is a tower defense game with deckbuilding and roguelite elements. Players must use the terrain to their advantage and formulate defensive tactics by strategically placing powerful traps to repel endless waves of enemies.


Released on 15 Jun, 2023, developed by Kemono Games and published by Ravenscourt. [Steam Store Page]

Genre: Action, Indie

About the game: Get ready to Bark’em Up! Play as Bullet, a C³ class (Cute Cybernetic Corgi) pup on his quest to save his owner, a brilliant scientist kidnapped by an alien race that wants to rule the galaxy. ProtoCorgi is a retro pixel art shoot’em up with a strong arcade feel!

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: