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I've been sent in details about 'Lil Tanks' [Steam, Official Site], which is an action-packed side-scroller with some really great retro visuals.

I've been told it will release on Tuesday, April 4th and it will have day-1 Linux support at release. It will release with a 20% off sale too for a whole week.

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About the game
Lil Tanks is an action-packed, side-scrolling shooter that puts you in control of a prototype tank -- defending humanity from the alien scourge known as The Cuur. As Earth's last hope, you must upgrade your tank with unique power-ups and blast the aliens back to where they came from! Level up by destroying The Cuur and earn powerful permanent upgrades. Unlock multiple tanks by completing objectives and finishing the campaign. The survival of the human race rests in your hands!

Features
  • Play through 4 different game modes: Campaign, Hardcore, Endless, and Boss Training.
  • Engage more than 20 unique types of enemies – including mechs, laser turrets, aircraft, and more.
  • Destroy the Cuur’s forces to level up and unlock permanent shield and weapon upgrades.
  • Find power-ups dropped by enemies and unleash even more destructive power on the Cuur.
  • Team up with a friend who may pilot your indestructible companion tank in local co-op.
  • Defend the planet from the Cuur assault across four different environments – such as deserts, swamps, tundras, and volcanic wastes.
  • Rock out to an original soundtrack composed by Kelly Warner – whose music has been featured on Comedy Central, MTV, NBC, ESPN, and more.
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