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SteamLUG February Events

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Hey peple!

Apologies for the super late post! The Steam Linux User Group ( has its Februray events lineup available for anybody who'd like to meet and play with other Linux gamers.

With one weekend remaining, we only have a few events left in the month. Event times are in UTC (click on an event for local time via and happen at 20:00 (8:00pm).

All of our events aim to be accessible to newcomers and give experienced game a chance to play socially.

Events marked with an asterisk (*) follow a live SteamLUG Cast recording, and are likely to start late when we go over time. People are more than welcome to join our Mumble server early and listen in! Of particular interest, we have Matthew Hartman and Howard Tsao from Muse Games joining us on the 21st before our Guns of Icarus Online event for SteamLUG Cast Season 2, Episode 4 to talk about Muse Games' history, their experiences with deploying Guns of Icarus Online to Linux, and their plans for the future! Exciting!

For anybody who doesn't have it, Guns of Icarus Online is currently on sale as a part of the Groupees Be Mine 11 bundle.

Earlier in the month, we'd featured events including Team Fortress 2, Dota 2, Left 4 Dead 2, Counter-Strike: Source, and for the first time, HOARD (which was a lot of fun!).

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Xpander 18 Feb, 2014
aye... GOI cast and event... im sold..
hope im at home on friday eve.
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