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Another tactical turn-based roguelite that looks promising for you is The Black Pepper Crew, now available in Early Access on Steam with Native Linux support.

"In the basement of The Black Pepper Jazz Club gathers a crew of bounty hunters to plan their next job. Command the crew, hunt bounties around the city, hire crew members, gear them up, fight creatively and cash that juicy bounty on this jazzy tactical turn-based roguelite!"

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Game Features:

  • Undertake bounty hunting missions! - Fight your way through a crime boss's lair, defeat all of his henchmen, capture him and earn that reward!
  • Assemble your crew! - Build your crew, hire characters from 4 different playable classes. Punch and control the front line with the boxer, trick the enemy positions with the thief, slash your way through enemies with the shinobi, support your tactics with the tech wizard and expect more classes to come!
  • Fight creatively! - Discover new strategies! Combine your characters in interesting ways and get that bounty!
  • Lots of items! - Loot, buy and gear up. Lots of items to spice things up.

The developer thinks it will take a year of Early Access to finish it. They have plans to add in a lot more to the game including more character classes, HQ upgrades, NPC quests, character upgrades, more missions and bosses, different types of missions, controller support and much more.

Available to buy on Steam.

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