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Most action games give you some sort of weapon, dump you in front of lots of enemies and have you go at it. Decoy is a different, your only tool is your vehicle and you are to distract the enemy.

An infiltration team is searching for information, so to keep them out of harms way you will need to drive around like an insane person to distract, evade and survive. You have nothing to defend yourself, other than your awesome driving skills.

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That actually looks like it could be a huge amount of fun.

Recently appearing on Steam with Linux system requirements. Ensuring that was correct, I spoke to the developer on their Steam forum where they confirmed Linux support when it enters Early Access.

It will have a campaign mode, starting off easy and as you progress it will of course start to really challenge you. As you progress, you will earn Stars to adjust your ride with more speed, an improved chassis and special abilities. Additionally, there will be a multiplayer mode to see who can survive the longest along with power-ups enabling you to sabotage other players.

There's no exact release date yet, I will update you when that changes.

You can wishlist/follow Decoy on Steam.

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Philadelphus 4 Aug, 2019
I'm no good at top-down vehicle driving, but it's certainly a fun and unique concept!
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