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Super Ubie Land to come to Linux Tuesday the 13th!

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Super Ubie Land is a fun platformer inspired by the classics, ‘Super Mario World’, ‘Kirby’s Dreamland’ and ‘Donkey Kong Country.’ It is a love letter to fans who wish to continue to play 2d based platformers similar to the ones we all loved to play during the NES and SNES era.

The developers tweeted that it is heading our way next week!

#SuperUbieLand drops next Tuesday for Mac/PC/Linux. #GameDev #HTML5

— Notion_Games (@NotionGamesLLC) August 6, 2013


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Looks like some good fun with some really crisp graphics, nice!

You can get it for $15 from them directly using the Humble Store, of course as always I suggest you wait to buy it when it hits Linux.

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Lord Avallon 9 Aug, 2013
By the picture of the post I thought it was something completely different than after watching the video, I changed my mind, it looks a fun platform game and the graphics are great!
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