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Assemble Entertainment talk up their indie hits on Steam Deck

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Nice to see more publishers taking a direct interest in Steam Deck. Assemble Entertainment recently sent out an email to talk up their games on Valve's handheld. One of which, Endzone - A World Apart, I just covered in an article and video.

They're not the first to do this, with others like Xbox Game Studios publishing their own details directly on Steam. I am surprised we haven't seen more of this though.

In the press release, it was noted that Assemble "is looking to provide an extensive catalogue of hidden gems and instant classics to those who want a great gaming experience on the go" and that "getting everything Steam Deck ready is still a work in progress" but they gave a shout-out to some existing titles.

Currently Steam Deck Verified:

While these are Playable but not yet Verified:

Hopefully more titles will see updates like Endzone did, I did email them to ask about it but as of yet they have not replied.

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AsciiWolf 18 Jan
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Sadly, none of their games seems to be Linux native although many of them have macOS builds. But it's still great to see another developer/publisher supporting Steam Deck.
Liam Dawe 18 Jan
Quoting: AsciiWolfSadly, none of their games seems to be Linux native although many of them have macOS builds. But it's still great to see another developer/publisher supporting Steam Deck.
Multiple listed games there have Native versions: Deadly Days, ENCODYA, Ultimate ADOM, In Between and Interrogation.
AsciiWolf 19 Jan
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Quoting: Liam DaweMultiple listed games there have Native versions: Deadly Days, ENCODYA, Ultimate ADOM, In Between and Interrogation.

Oops, you're right. I did not notice. Mea culpa!
Corben 19 Jan
Also Orbital Bullet works, but that's one even marked as unsupported. ProtonDB lists it as platinum though. Works well on Deck.
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