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A Gummy's Life is a fighting game for those with a sweet tooth

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A Gummy's Life [Steam], an Early Access fighting game where you control some sort of gummy sweet has Linux support and it looks amusing. Discovered on one of my usual late-night browsing sessions for new Linux games.

Recently, they've added online multiplayer in the form of a beta version, so it's no longer limited to just playing in local co-op or against AI. I love fighting games and this looks unique enough to actually be good, check out the trailer:

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Features (official list):

  • Local multiplayer up to 16 players!
  • Easy to play, hard to master.
  • Full controller support
  • Crazy fights based on physic simulations.
  • Gummies!!
  • For all ages, play with your granny!
  • Choose between many gummies!
  • Tons of levels to play with different game style and mechanics.

 It's currently on Steam, in Early Access and it has 10% off for the next ~7 hours, so grab it cheaper while you can.

I've reached out for review keys, hopefully we can give it some thoughts in future.

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RTheren 19 Feb, 2018
This screams "GANG BEASTS" to me.
Although, it looks more polished than GB.

I might give this a shot
Philadelphus 19 Feb, 2018
I'm getting a real "Gang Beasts with candy" vibe from this one. :)
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