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SPLASH BLAST PANIC, another local co-op party game available for Linux

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If you're in the mood for another local party game for your Linux box, SPLASH BLAST PANIC [Official Site] released this week with Linux support.

About the game:

SPLASH BLAST PANIC is a multiplayer competitive party game where you must shoot, ram, dodge and overall bully your opponents outside the screen with a variety of watergun-based weaponry. Inspired by old arcade titles as well as newer competitive party games, ruin all your friendships in a variety of stages.

Features:

  • Up to 4 player multiplayer, in various forms of free for all or team-based matches, with a lot of control over match options for your personal liking!
  • A bunch of different levels, each presenting their own little challenges to overcome while still trying to get your opponents outside the ring. With the addition of a big selection of offensive and defensive items so you can baffle your adversary at the last second and then bother them about it for the rest of the evening.
  • A heart pounding soundtrack composed by Mitch Gasser and an insane sound landscape by Julien Mathey
  • Arcade mode singleplayer, for more stages and characters unlocks as well as other little secrets. And also to master your skills in your free time so you can become "that guy".
    Colourful hand-drawn graphics mixed with an old arcadey feel, accessible for both newcoming players and with little intricacies for more advanced and skilled gamers.

I was hoping to give it a run to see if it's worth buying as it does have a demo, but sadly it's an empty download. I did notify the developer about it, so hopefully they will fix it soon so we can try it out.

Find it on Steam with 10% off until September 4th.

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