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Overgrowth finally supports Linux

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Overgrowth the sequel to Lugaru has with the latest Alpha 180 added support for Linux!

This video shows the latest updates to the upcomming indie game;
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A game I have been keeping on my radar for sometime as it will easily be one of the best looking games available when it comes out. The game is being slowly and carefully created with as noted above now 180 Alpha versions since they first started in 2008!

They release usually a new Alpha version each week for pre-order customers. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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4 comments

Agmenor 29 May, 2012
This is really great. I am glad that I have preordered the game. I cannot wait to try it!
Xpander 30 May, 2012
its time to preorder now as well :)
have been keeping my eye on it since the beginning of the development videos on youtube
Cheeseness 30 May, 2012
Yay. It's fun, but please be aware that it is an alpha (and the Linux builds are quite new). There will be bugs :)
Also, there's a community made game launcher/mod manager called SUMLauncher that's currently being ported for the Linux version which should make finding additional content and updating (hopefully) easier.
whizse 3 Jun, 2012
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Cool! Coolcoolcool.

I pre-ordered this one ages ago, and was quite disappointed when it turned out that the Linux port was MIA.
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