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Nuclear Dawn Coming To Linux

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Nuclear Dawn
is a post-apocalyptic first-person shooter real-time strategy hybrid video game (games in the same genre include Savage and Natural Selection). It was originally announced in February 2006 as an amateur mod for the Source engine, but in April 2009 was revealed to have become a commercial project, still using Source, aimed at Windows PCs, Mac OS X and the Xbox 360. It was released on September 26, 2011.
Source : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_Dawn

It is a fantastic game, and on their steam discussion page they posted
QuoteAs you can see 6.9 will be sort of a optimization patch where over the coming weeks we will look at what will be requested most, what can be changed and what can be added to the game if needed. After this we will move onto 7.x which will bring Linux client support to Nuclear Dawn.
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5 comments

Charles Lanman 15 Jan, 2013
With all these new games coming to Linux...i dont know what to do with myself. Im more happier than a Cat in a yarn factory.
Liam Dawe 15 Jan, 2013
This game will rock my world.
SCIBOTIC 16 Jan, 2013
I didn't enjoy it under Windows, I find the gameplay in Natural Selection 2 to be a whole lot better in all regards.
ElderSnake 16 Jan, 2013
Sooo many new games :D
Cheeseness 16 Jan, 2013
Mim and I play this a bit. It's got a bit of a learning curve and requires good teamwork/communication to be enjoyable, but it's heaps of fun when you land in with the right group of people.
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