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Co-op News Punch Podcast - Episode 32

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We're back, again! The duo returns for another casual and frank chat about Linux and Linux Gaming topics across many different areas in the industry. The podcast features myself and contributor Samsai, having a very chilled-out (and totally unprofessional) chat about various Linux and Linux Gaming topics across different fields.

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Here's a few of the main bits of what we talked about this episode:

Quickfire release news

  • Starmancer
  • Death Trash
  • Draft of Darkness
  • Jupiter Hell
  • Unbound: Worlds Apart
  • Monster Crown

Wut we been playing?

  • Liam: Splitgate (surprise!), Aliens: Fireteam Elite (refunded)
  • Samsai: Ziggurat 2, Caves of Qud
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