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Now then, I hadn't heard of this before, a physics-based CCG called Monsters & Munitions that is currently in Steam's early access section has plans for a Linux version.

I asked them directly and they kindly responded:
QuoteHi Liam,

A Linux version is planned, as well as a Mac version.

Thanks!

Simple and sweet confirmation!

About the Game
Monsters & Munitions is a physics-based Collectible Card Game (CCG) that has you firing devastating shots at your enemies.

Shuffle up your deck, pick your artillery, and face off against the maniacal Dr. Frank and his monster army in Monsters & Munitions. Send Dr. Frank and his monsters back into the dark ages with the help of your trusty tank, blasting a wide array of over 80 different munitions that can be boosted and leveled up for even more monster exploding fun in this explosive physics-based CCG!

Annihilate your foes through a world of destructible environments and structures where monsters surround explosive barrels, volatile lab equipment and other incendiaries just begging to be ignited. As you progress, you can build up your card deck to gain access to new levels and improved weapons that will give you the upper hand in your quest for total monster domination. Monsters & Munitions is just what the evil doctor ordered to satiate your thirst for explosions, destruction, and mayhem against monsters.

Key Features:
- Experience an explosive blend of CCG & physics-based gameplay
- Build unique decks to battle Dr. Frank & his monsters (Offensive & Defensive (Coming Soon))
- Explore the world in search of better cards
- Expand your decks with regular updates
- NO micro-transaction - Hooray!

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3 comments

manny 28 Jan, 2014
looks like a lot of fun
Kurremkarmerruk 28 Jan, 2014
Looks like a more fleshed-out Angry Birds!  Could be quite good.
Half-Shot 28 Jan, 2014
Quoting: KurremkarmerrukLooks like a more fleshed-out Angry Birds!  Could be quite good.
It does, and i don't know why i'm so attracted to it much more than angry birds. Could be the worms style graphics.:D
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