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Top-down closed arena shooter 'Galaxy Champions TV' lands Linux support

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For those of you who love over the top fast-paced action, Galaxy Champions TV is now officially available on Linux.

The Windows version release on September 6th, with the developer stating a Linux version will come "hopefully next week". True to their word, they delivered a Linux build on the 14th. Nice to see a developer put in the effort!

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Features:

  • Brutal fast paced run and gun gameplay. Be fast or die!
  • 20+ stackable upgrades. Choose them wisely and find out your perfect build!
  • 15+ powerful weapons (5 powerful upgradable weapons).
  • 3 different planets.
  • 15+ varieties of enemies.
  • 3 insane boss battles.
  • Daily challenge (global leaderboard).
  • 2 players local coop mode. Don't fight alone! Win this show with your friends!
  • Arcade score chaser style game!

Find it now on Steam.

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buenaventura 17 Sep, 2018
Looks like Smash TV for the SNES :D
japanese123 1 Nov, 2018
It is good to see a developer putting effort to make this already amazing gaming title available for the Linux community.
JacksonBald 8 May, 2019
Good to see another indie game to play. I hope I do good on this game.
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