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Monaco Heist Game To Hit Linux On Monday

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Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine (Steam Link) is a single player or co-op heist game. Assemble a crack team of thieves, case the joint, and pull off the perfect heist. The Locksmith: Blue-collar infiltration expert The Lookout: She can see and hear everything...

You can grab it on Steam or from them directly on their Humble Store widget, the developer teased on the Steam forum Linux topic that it's to hit on Monday:
QuoteThe Redhead is coming, Monday.

This is after they already said on the 1st of October:
QuoteWe are close. We started testing an internal beta.


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This game does look quite amusing, you may remember we had an interview with the developer back in August so it should be no surprise that it's coming.

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HadBabits 17 Oct, 2013
Looks like a lot of fun, can't wait :)
philip550c 17 Oct, 2013
I want this one
s_d 17 Oct, 2013
The dev has confirmed that DRM-free builds for Linux & Mac will be uploaded to your Humble key page, as well, for those who want to support them outside of Steam.  :)
HadBabits 23 Oct, 2013
Played this one for a bit, but it kind of had the same issue as Hammerwatch for me: Every player is in a rush to get coins. If I get some friends to join in with some voice chat or over lan this could be a blast, at the moment it's too rushed though.
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