Fantasy Strike is a fighting game that's designed to be streamlined and welcoming to new players, while also being great for veterans of the genre and it's launching soon.
Super Powered Battle Friends from Cache Grab Studios is a new platform fighter, with both local and online play and it's now in Early Access.
Super Powered Battle Friends from developer Cache Grab Studios is now on Kickstarter to help push it past the finishing line.
For those who wanted to try their hand at a little sword-fighting, Blade Symphony is now officially free to play on Steam.
Offering up local and online play, the platform fighter (think like Super Smash Bros) Super Powered Battle Friends is coming to Linux.
Another game from Puny Human was updated recently, this time it's the sword battler Blade Symphony which is powered by Valve's Source Engine.
Slap City from developer Ludosity (Ittle Dew, Card City Nights) is a platform fighter (think Super Smash Bros) and it's coming to Linux.
Fantasy Strike, one of the few proper fighting games to support Linux just had a sweet update and it's looking really good.
Taking inspiration from Capcom's Puzzle Fighter, Puyo Puyo and Dr Mario the developer Pxlplz has put out their competitive puzzle game Robo Puzzle Smash.
One genre we certainly don't have enough in is fighting games, so I'm pleased to see that Super Combat Fighter will be released for Linux.
After we speculated about it coming, Fantasy Strike the fighting game from Sirlin Games is now officially available for Linux.
If there's one genre Linux has a pretty big hole in, it's fighting games. Thankfully it seems we may get another, as Fantasy Strike is showing signs of coming over to Linux.
We have a few 2D fighting games now, so it's nice to see that CHOP is mixing things up a bit as the goal isn't just to have the highest kill count.
Not enough fighting games on Linux for you? Perhaps Battle High 2 A+ will scratch that burning itch.
Blade Symphony: Harmonious Prelude update will add Linux support to the third-person tactical swordfighter
Blade Symphony, a game where you need to prove you're the world's greatest swordsman is coming to Linux with the Blade Symphony: Harmonious Prelude update next month.
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