Async, AKA play-by-email, etc. multiplayer games are ones where each player takes their turn in their own time. When they're done a notification of some kind is sent to the opponent, who can then take theirs. I like the pace of them, and the ability to have multiple games going at a time.
|Clairvoyance||on: Mac, Win|
| Clairvoyance is a turn-based, asynchronous multiplayer game where you control a group of four robots trying to destroy your opponant's. The fun is in trying to predict what they'll do, and how things go wrong and right because of that :)
Never had any luck running it on Arch, but *buntus seem fine. Works perfect in WINE.
|FreeCiv||on like everything|
|Frozen Synapse||on: Linux, Mac, Win|
|Civilization V||on: Linux, Mac, Win|
|Async multiplayer via Giant Multiplayer Robot, otherwise at least the host has to be online or you to take your turn.|
|Wargroove||on: PS4, Switch, Win, XBO|