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Space Haven adds gamepad support, gets Steam Deck Verified

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Good news space sim colony-building fans, as Space Haven just got a fresh upgrade and now it's Steam Deck Verified.

Previously, it was given a Playable rating and it was tested with Proton. As of today, the developer released a new update adding in Steam Deck and Gamepad support directly. Seems they got a lightning fast turnaround on retesting, as it's now fully Verified with the Native Linux build, it's likely they sent Deck Verified their build before release to test to enable it to be Verified as it's released.

Other additions include a new wall style, meat and fruit plants have their own growth stage graphics and some bug fixes.

Space Haven is actually a great game, one worth checking out and thanks to this update — now even more so!

You can buy it from Humble Store, GOG and Steam.

Trailer below if you've not seen what it's all about:

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ronnoc 6 Apr
Fabulous little gem that has been running flawlessly on Linux for a few years now. Still under very active development, now on Alpha 14. Think 7 Days to Die release philosophy, just with a much more rapid release cadence.

If you're into sims that can be adjusted to brutal difficulty so it never gets too easy, this is your jam.
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