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Mojang's Scrolls is coming to Linux "soon"

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Scrolls is the turn based playing card battle game from Minecraft's developers Mojang.

After speaking with jonkagstrom from Mojang on twitter it seems that Mojang has not forgotten about Linux!

@gamingonlinux We spoke about it on our Moday meeting, I think it should be soon (TM).

jonkagstrom (@jonkagstrom) July 2, 2013


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I've personally tried a fair bit of it and it's very enjoyable, will be looking forward to this one! Luckily it seems it is still on their agenda so they will be unleashing it for us "Soon(TM)", I did have to promise to put that in ;) Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Grasshopper 7 Jul, 2013
Let's hope "soon (TM)" does not mean "soon in Valve Time"...

Oh well...
SteamPenguin 7 Jul, 2013
I have it working well in Wine but cant wait for the native version :D
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