Devil's Dare Action Game Released For Linux On Steam

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Devil's Dare is a 2D zombie beat'em up, supporting up to 4 players to co-op and fight together locally. Being the spritual successor to Bitejacker, Devil's Dare carries the same theme of parodies, pitting classic game heroes against monsters straight out of 90s horror movies.

Devil's Dare doesn't just rely on grinding and levelling up, but instead introduces permadeath to keep players on their toes. With every kill, the player makes some cash, which you can use to purchase upgrades or save it to revive when you're dead. When you run out of cash completely, you are dead for good and it's time to start over again. This is a mechanic inspired by the good old arcade days, where every death meant another penny wasted!

This is Secret Base's eighth game, and the first of theirs to support Linux. Let's show our support for a Linux-new developer!

Out now on Steam with Linux support!
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MikeDeb84 22 Oct, 2014
0 Byte download for me. Are you the developer promoting this game?
Orkultus 23 Oct, 2014
Just noticed Dead Island in my library today...downloading it now
Orkultus 23 Oct, 2014
Quoting: OrkultusJust noticed Dead Island in my library today...downloading it now

Missing excutable.
kevie 24 Oct, 2014
This looks like a cool retro beat em up, I remember many wasted hour (and limited supply of pocket money) being pumped into the Double Dragon machine in the local arcade back in the 80s :)
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