The creators of games for Linux. Klei Entertainment titles

The game makers
The number of games for Linux grew exponentially. Gaming On Linux asked his readers to will select the top five production companies whose titles are available for Linux. Now we are going to review the fourth on the list.
Before we begin, I would like to reiterate my request for you to comment on your experiences playing Linux. Seriously, when they get mad at us we collect up to 30 comments per article. I am asking, even if it is only one telling his experiences of play.

Linux game makers: Klei Entertainment

Clay Entertainment is an independent game creation studio based in Canada. It is the newest of those that we have discussed so far, since it was founded in 2005.

Some titles available for Linux are:

Do not starve

Is a game de survival in nature where science and magic intervene.

Our role is that of Wilson, an intrepid scientist knight who has been trapped by a demon and transported to a mysterious wild world. Our mission is to learn to exploit our environment and its inhabitants since it is the only way to escape and find our way back home.

The adventure takes place in a strange and unexplored world full of strange creatures, dangers and surprises.

Don't Starve Together

It is a self-contained continuation of the previous story, but multiplayer. Also, add new characters, seasons, creatures, biomes, and challenges.

We will go back in in a strange and unexplored world full of strange creatures, dangers and surprises. We will have to gather resources to create objects and structures that best suit our survival style while we unravel the mysteries of this strange land.

We can do it alone, collaborating with our friends, or with strangers who join an online game.

Unseen, Inc.

TTake control of Invisible agents in the field and infiltrate the world's most dangerous corporations. Stealth, precision and teamwork are essential in high-risk, high-profit missions, where every move can cost an agent their life.

Some cool features of the game are:

  • Multiple starts: You can start with any of the 10 unlockable agents in the game, opt for one of its 6 variants, and choose between 6 startup programs to break the security of the company you are infiltrating.
  • Changing Development: Every game is different as you create your own strategy using agents, items, augments, and programs, and adapt to your environment.
  • Randomly Generated Worlds: Locations, threats, and loot are randomly generated, so each game is very different and you will never be satisfied.

Mark of the Ninja: Remastered

Have you always dreamed of being a ninja? This is your game.

CLike the real ninjas, you must be silent, agile and intelligent to outwit your opponents in a world of magnificent landscapes and fluid animation. Fortunately you are marked with cursed tattoos that give you elevated senses and allow you to evaluate your options.

Some features:

  • Two game modes: Do not kill anyone or try to kill everyone possible.
  • Hand painted graphics.
  • Remastered Audio - Now supports 5.1 surround sound.
  • Additional unlockable content with new challenges and rewards.


Here we have the revival of a home computer classic from the eighties. Side scrolling games. Of course with much better graphics.

As Shank, you will have to shoot and fight your way through hordes of enemies in a tight choreography of carnage. Don't be squeamish and take the stress out by embarking on a brutal path of vengeance soaked in blood helping Shank fight his way through the most dangerous criminals in his search for justice.

Shank 2

If you didn't kill enough people, here you have the continuation from Shank's story

Our friend Shank is forced once more on the offensive This time to protect his loved ones. Luckily, you are not alone. Features Your Reliable Arsenal of Pistols, Shotguns, Automatic Weapons, Chainsaws, Machetes, and Grenades. But, as if that weren't enough, it also has totally new weaponry and additional character movements.

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  1.   Luciano said

    I still can't leave windows due to the fact that the games are made for that OS. Hopefully all companies start creating linux-compatible games, it's going to be the day that Microsoft can be forgotten. Greetings and thanks for the article, give a little hope

  2.   Agostino said

    The only thing I currently play on PC is League of Legends, which is what makes it so that I don't have Linux on my main PC (if on others). Anyway, when I start to attend university I will end up installing kubuntu.
    A developer and publisher that I really like is Chucklefish, unfortunately most of their games are not for Linux.
    I recently started reading this page, but I enter every day.


    1.    Diego German Gonzalez said

      Thanks for comment

  3.   alberto said

    War Thunder is now available on Linux Gaijin Games