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Good news, Brigador is now available for Linux and it's pretty damn fun. I gave it the livestream treatment on Friday and it was well worth it.

If you like stomping around a busy city with a mech unit, or maybe a tank and destroying literally everything then this is the game for you. It's quite a difficult game at times too, with the limited ammo (you can find ammo pickups), and so many enemies it gets frantic.

I really can't wait to see this progress during its time in Early Access.

About the game (Official)
Great Leader is dead. You have one night to liberate Solo Nobre.

Brigador is an isometric vehicular action game. Choose the right vehicle and weapons to suit your play style, and face off against the occupying factions. Discover tactics and unlock new vehicles and weapons as you clear the city... or die trying.

Then do it all over again.

You can find Brigador on Steam. Article taken from
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StianTheDark 18 Oct, 2015
DRM free?
Crazy Penguin 20 Oct, 2015
Quoting: StianTheDarkDRM free?

Can you find on the Developers Website and buy from Humble:
Stellar Jockeys

Last edited by Crazy Penguin on 20 October 2015 at 10:10 am UTC
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