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Card City Nights Has Good Sales Numbers For Linux

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Since I have done a lot of this recently it only seems fair to highlight this, Card City Nights recently released onto Steam and its Linux sales are good.

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The developer stated on twitter on the 18th that Linux is currently making up 4% of sales for the game, that's more than a lot of developers have been getting so well done to the developers.

I am one of the 4%.

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Card City Nights is an adventure through a city filled with card-nuts and lunatics. Battle for the 8 legendary cards to enter the biggest competition this city has seen yet.

CCN is not a traditional card-trading game. It's an adventure game with lots of funny characters and locations to find.

There are no IAP's in this game! You collect booster packs by simply playing the adventure from start to finish.

CCN also has one of the greatest soundtracks ever created for a game, with an amazing blend of Jazz and Hiphop!

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5 comments

adolson 20 Feb, 2014
I really like this game! I wish I had thought of it myself.

Ludosity seems like a pretty good dev to me - Ittle Dew is nice for fans of the older Zelda games.
manny 20 Feb, 2014
nice
Ilya 20 Feb, 2014
I think that has a lot to do with the fact that he has established his reputation as a Linux-friendly dev. He made plans to port it early on, and delivered on his promises. Seeing as this new game he made has a lot of the characters from Ittle Dew people immediately recognized the developer.
I bought the game and it is a lot of fun, although I'm starting to think that winning a battle sometimes has more luck to it than I would like. (I never lost a battle and want to keep it that way)
Danny 20 Feb, 2014
Really love the game and love the soundtrack.
Oh and btw, new IndieGala and IndieRoyale bundles have been released today with a few linux games in them.
manny 20 Feb, 2014
DannyOh and btw, new IndieGala and IndieRoyale bundles have been released today with a few linux games in them.

indeed, at least 30 to 40% of the games are linux, nice.
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