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Kingdom Rush Origins is officially out with Linux support

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Ironhide Game Studio's latest Tower Defense PC release is out now with Kingdom Rush Origins with same-day Linux support.

Kingdom Rush Origins is the third installment of the award-winning Kingdom Rush saga, loved by millions and earning accolades from gamers and critics around the globe. Take a trip back to the beginning, before Vez’nan ever thought to threaten the kingdom with the gem of power, and experience even more of the lightning-fast, exceptionally captivating gameplay that made the franchise a cornerstone of essential tower defense games. In this exciting prequel, command your elven army and defend mystical lands from sea serpents, evil sorcerers, and wave after wave of gnoll tribesmen, all with the help of brand-spankin’ new towers, heroes, and spells to fend off every last baddie.

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Really great to see this popular series of games continue to support Linux!

I'm currently waiting to hear back about a review copy, hopefully they will contact us soon after I've sent a reminder on it. Certainly looks good and I did enjoy the previous games.

Going by feedback from users on Steam, looks like it's another good entry.

Currently only available for Linux on Steam.

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fabertawe 18 October 2018 at 9:36 am UTC
I had a 20% off coupon on Steam for this today. I may end up getting it but found the last one (two?) just too hard as the game progressed, even on the easiest difficulty.

Loved the first game though.
stretch611 18 October 2018 at 10:30 am UTC
I also received a 20% off coupon from Steam. (valid for 1 week.)

I assume that they sent them to people that own the first Kingdom Rush. (maybe Kingdom Rush Frontiers too, but I do not own that one.)
sub 18 October 2018 at 10:45 am UTC
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sub 18 October 2018 at 10:49 am UTC
fabertaweI had a 20% off coupon on Steam for this today. I may end up getting it but found the last one (two?) just too hard as the game progressed, even on the easiest difficulty.

Loved the first game though.

I also consider them very hard.

Yet, I like that as too many games are just TOO easy these days imho.
I read an article from a game designer that argued this is a general
trend as todays gamers tend to give up too quickly and, hence,
stop playing (and buying) these games.
fabertawe 18 October 2018 at 10:57 am UTC
sub
fabertaweI had a 20% off coupon on Steam for this today. I may end up getting it but found the last one (two?) just too hard as the game progressed, even on the easiest difficulty.

Loved the first game though.

I also consider them very hard.

Yet, I like that as too many games are just TOO easy these days imho.
I read an article from a game designer that argued this is a general
trend as todays gamers tend to give up too quickly and, hence,
stop playing (and buying) these games.

If a game's too easy then it's difficulty levels have not been implemented properly. The default should be what the programmer thinks is good for their average player. Then good players can up it if they want and useless noobs like me can set it waaaaaay down
Geppeto35 18 October 2018 at 12:25 pm UTC
are they the same we already yet finished mutiple times on our android phone in bus, subway, train, toilets, etc?
Cyril 18 October 2018 at 2:06 pm UTC
It will be available on GOG like their two other games?
I don't know about these games, but reading you about it... I think I'll buy the first one (or Frontiers) to see.
Their ratings are high.
Kristian 19 October 2018 at 1:28 pm UTC
CyrilIt will be available on GOG like their two other games?
I don't know about these games, but reading you about it... I think I'll buy the first one (or Frontiers) to see.
Their ratings are high.

Yes, it was just released on GOG. But sadly, seemingly without Linux support.
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