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Antisquad Turn Based Strategy Released For Linux As Promised

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We can add 'InsGames' to the list of developers who promise a Linux version, and deliver it eventually! Just over a year ago I wrote about the developers stating Antisquad would come to Linux, and here it is.

It seems they had issues with the Linux version that sadly kept delaying it. It is a Unity game, and as we know by now it's really not a simple push of a button.

About the game (Official)
Widely known in small circles as AntiSquad, they are a military tactical response unit. These hardened military professionals, tired of bureaucracy, politics and serving the armed forces, have established a private paramilitary formation located in south United States. Being true military professionals, they periodically execute contracts for jobs that may not be considered “clean”.

The Team consists of many complex individuals with their own back story, but they do not shun mercenary applicants. Members of the team are idealists; they dwell on moral issues, as well as question blind nationalism, etc. AntiSquad strongly differ from military units. They truly are a bunch of contradictions put together - heartfelt cynics, gregarious egoists, aggressive pacifists, and phlegmatic rebels all under one banner.

Check out Antisquad on Steam.
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DamonLinuxPL 26 April 2015 at 8:09 pm UTC
I making a small video from Anisquad on my Linux desktop with FGLRX driver. I must say it working very nice.

If you want, you can check my short video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yGN2L8DeKO0
Linas 26 April 2015 at 8:28 pm UTC
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Playing this right now. I have completed about 1/3 of the game, and have not noticed any problems. Seems like a good quality port. The game itself is also not bad. The controls are well done. You can play with just a mouse, but it also has key bindings for most of the actions.
burzmali 27 April 2015 at 12:43 am UTC
How much of the game is sitting behind DLC paywalls?
Linas 27 April 2015 at 10:57 pm UTC
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I am not sure I like the game so much anymore. Way too much grinding for my taste. Simply finishing every mission once will not give you enough points to properly upgrade your characters, and you will very quickly be overwhelmed by enemies who have more health, armor, damage, and action points than your characters. So you have to repeat the missions for challenges like killing specific enemies in specific order, killing certain amount with a certain character, etc.
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