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Try out a free prologue of Shogun Showdown right now

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Shogun Showdown: Prologue is a demo of the upcoming turn-based combat game with rogue-like and deck-building elements. It will have full Native Linux support at release, with a version available in the Prologue now too. From Goblinz Publishing, Gamera Games and Roboatino, the Prologue has so far been gathering some rather positive user reviews on Steam.

For those of you who like repeatable games, it looks like a fun concept where positioning really counts during combat and you'll unlock plenty more as you go through it. Another game where you get that tasty "just one more run" feeling, before you realise it's 1AM and you really should be going to sleep.

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Available in the Prologue:

  • Play The Wanderer: a lone warrior haunted by her past who travels the land seeking redemption through battle.
  • 3 combat locations: The Bamboo Grove, The Waterfall Caves and The Port City.
  • 14 attack tiles.
  • 8 quests and 2 challenges.
  • 10+ skills.

Try it out on Steam right now or GOG too if that's what you prefer. The full game is due out later this year.

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