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Ventilator Shark's great looking parkour platformer, Space Rabbits in Space will be coming to Linux.

I spoke directly to the developer, who (slightly amusingly) said "There will be a Linux version, we just don't have ETA on that yet (2 people, 1 dog, exhausted to heck [we are, the dog is fine])".

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Originally a mobile game, it released on Steam recently with over fifty levels to complete. It also includes online asynchronous multiplayer, leaderboards to see how you stack up against the competition, a replay system to study the fastest players and hilariously "Broken English as an added bonus included free of charge".

They've already provided me with a key, so I can be ready for when the Linux version does release. If interested, you can follow it on Steam.

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