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Airship Dragoon Will Come To Linux

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Airship Dragoon (Desura, IndieGameStand) is an interesting one, it features turn-based squad combat with a tile based grid for airship movement.

The developer confirmed to us via twitter that they are going to look into porting it!

@gamingonlinux Yes, I am going to look into porting Airship Dragoon to Linux.

Steve_Yorkshire (@Steve_Yorkshire) October 13, 2013

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Quote- Conquer the super-continent of Pangea with an invasion of Airships!
- Battle Dastardly Pirate Insurgents!
- Keep the locals happy or they will be revolting!

Game Features:
- Turn-based squad tactical combat with emergent gameplay

- 2 massive strategic campaigns featuring resource, technology and population management
- Campaigns are randomized on creation for infinite replayability
- Single Battle Mode for getting straight into tactical action
- No two games the same

- 20 battlefields
- Randomized deployment on battlefields
- 5 types of environment with environmental modifiers
- 3 types of battlefield objectives
- 4 types of weather

- Enemy Ai with 11 different combat tactics
- 5 Ai campaign strategies
- 7 classes of troops, each with 4 upgrades of weapons/equipment
- Troops have unique attributes which are upgraded with experience ... if they survive combat ...

- 6 playable Steampunk factions

    Austro-Hungarian Empire
    British Royalists
    Chinese Dynasty
    Peoples Collective
    US Republic
    Zulu Nation

It's also looking for votes on Steam's greenlight, so go spare a vote.

Looks pretty good, I like the mix of themes within it and the mix between the 3d battles and the tile movement with your airship is pretty cool.

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