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Move or Die, probably one of the funniest party games around that supports both local and online play has a hit a huge milestone with 1 million sales.

That sales mark is just on Steam, which sounds like a lot but this is spread across quite a few years since it released back in 2016. Fantastic for an indie developer though, and well deserved because it's a genuine delight to play through. Move or Die is an absurdly fast-paced, 4-player local and online party game where the mechanics change every 20 seconds.

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Spread across lots of different modes, where you can also pick various mutators - it's a game of fast-paced constant change. A game where the name describes it perfectly, if you stop moving you will quickly die. With the mechanics, it turns it into an absolute riot. Especially when the mutators really mess with you. For collectors it's a lot of fun too, with the progression system that allows you to continually unlock new character skins, game modes and all sorts.

It's an easy game to get into too, with wonderfully simple controls that you can blast through a few rounds during a coffee-break and have a laugh.

Note: if you have more than one monitor, be aware it has a few issues with resolutions. I don't recommend doing it in normal fullscreen there, stick to borderless or windowed. If you do need to manually adjust some settings, you can find the configuration file in "/.local/share/love/Move Or Die/startup.ini".

Try it free until September 24 on Steam, with a 75% discount too.

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