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I heard about Iron Harvest [Official Site] some time ago, but couldn't find any information about KING Art's plans for a Linux version. Today I reached out and got a reply.

First up, check out the trailer:

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All of KING Art's games available on Steam as of now have Linux support, so they have done pretty well at supporting us in the past.

Here's what they said to me about Linux support:

As we see new challenges in a bigger multiplayer part, we can't guarantee a release on Linux/Mac, yet. But especially the very active Linux community is important to us.

It's good to know we're firmly in their minds!

RTS is one of my favourite genres, but Linux doesn't get too many decent games to fill our library with. The trailer has certainly got me excited about it, so hopefully it won't prove too difficult.

About the game

1920+ is an alternate version of our own world created by Polish artist Jakub Różalski. In the early 20th century, tradition clashes with progress, and the world is still full of mysteries and secrets.

After World War 1 farmers found a plethora of unexploded ordnance, barbed wire, weapons, shrapnel and bullets while ploughing their fields. They called it the Iron Harvest.

Thanks for the reminder about it, damian!

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madpinger 4 Sep, 2017
I like its style, def looks interesting and I'd consider it for purchase once it's out.
razing32 4 Sep, 2017
I was actually drooling over this when i saw the trailer (yes i know , doesnt tell me anything about the actual game)

Would be nice to have it.
Whitewolfe80 4 Sep, 2017
Ooo trailer looks great hopefully we will get that game
QUASAR 4 Sep, 2017
It would be awesome to have it on Linux, why is that netcode under *nix systems (Linux and MacOS) always delays or stop the develop of a game in those platforms? there is not enought support in the OS, middleware, etc?
Kuduzkehpan 4 Sep, 2017
İt reminds me Clockwork units of the Da Vinci faction in Rise of Nations:Rise of Legends.
and i will be very happy if game get published for Linux. :) my vallet ready to "1920+"
thx for devs.
razing32 4 Sep, 2017
QUASARIt would be awesome to have it on Linux, why is that netcode under *nix systems (Linux and MacOS) always delays or stop the develop of a game in those platforms? there is not enought support in the OS, middleware, etc?

Probably tools and middleware.
I recall a story on here about Pillars of Eternity where they had to remove capes from Linux because the tool used to make them did not work with Linux.
gojul 4 Sep, 2017
Looks great ! I'll probably buy it when it gets released.
truckerpunk 4 Sep, 2017
Looks like a digital adaptation of the board game "Scythe" - and that's not a bad thing, if you ask me :D

See what I mean? (Link to an article about Scythe) :
https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2016/07/scythe-the-most-hyped-board-game-of-2016-delivers/
Shmerl 4 Sep, 2017
About the style, check the art of Jacub Rozalski.
Beamboom 4 Sep, 2017
Looks like some really good animation work there. And steampunk vibes! Definitely of interest.
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