Overcooked isn't the only multiplayer cooking game around now, as Bake 'n Switch has been announced and it's going to be supporting Linux too.

Bake 'n Switch seems quite different to the Overcooked series though, it's not all about preparing special dishes against a timer. Instead, you work together or against each other to combine the doughs and the bigger the dough the higher the score. You also need to fight off "Spores and Stickies" which might give you some sort of power-up. It seems to be a lot more crazy-action orientated, rather than worrying about overcooking items and combining dishes. Take a look at the trailer below:

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I think it looks like a huge amount of fun and a nice mix-up on the cooking party game style. As for the upcoming Linux release, when asked about it here's what the developer said on Steam:

Hi Liam,
We will indeed have a Linux build for Bake 'n Switch. We aim to have the build ready in time or near early access launch for Windows.

Now that it's confirmed to support Linux, you can wishlist/follow it on Steam. There's no exact release date set just yet other than Coming Soon.

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chr 29 Oct, 2019
This looks so Japanese, are you sure this isn't Japanese? :D
flesk 29 Oct, 2019
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Looks fun. :) Doesn't look like it will offer online co-op though, but hopefully Remote Play Together is fixed before the release.
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