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Fort Triumph released with full Linux support recently and it's a really great turn-based tactics game, especially with the way you can interact with the environment. It's also now live on GOG.

The GOG release thankfully isn't too long after the Steam release earlier this month (April 16), and I've been having an absolute blast with it. You can see our previous release article on Fort Triumph here. Mixing together tactical turn-based combat, where you can drop trees on people or kick them into each other and set off some amusing physics chain-reactions with world exploration like seen in Heroes of Might and Magic. Together, it's quite an enticing and fun mix.

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  • Utilize your surroundings: Every tree or boulder is a potential weapon in battle.
  • Strategize: Choose between four factions and four classes. Build your base, gather resources and teach your characters new skills!
  • Grow your heroes: Gain traits and cross-class skills to make your heroes unique every time you play!
  • Explore procedurally generated maps: Fort Triumph features flexible world maps with variable locations and events. Each battle calls for a new plan.
  • Turn up the volume: Marco Valerio Antonini, an award-winning composer, created the original in-game music.

As a reminder Fort Triumph is another crowdfunding success story, as they were funded on Kickstarter back in 2017 (see more on our dedicated page). Great to see more projects land fully on their feet with a good release.

You can now find Fort Triumph on GOG, in addition to Steam. If you already own it on Steam, you can grab it free from GOG Connect until May 6.

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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tuubi 30 April 2020 at 7:54 am UTC
It's available on GOG Connect as well if someone already bought it on Steam.
Nanobang 30 April 2020 at 12:00 pm UTC
It's nice to hear that GOG Connect is still a thing --- I never hear about it anymore. (Alas, I don't have this game on Steam --- yet --- so no freebie for me today.)


Last edited by Nanobang on 30 April 2020 at 12:01 pm UTC
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Woot! I think I might pick this up from GOG next weekend.
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