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Streets of Rogue [Steam, Official Site] is the seriously cool sandbox roguelike with 1-4 player local and online co-op play. It will release on Steam this Friday and they have a new trailer.

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The developer at my request has sent over a key for myself and Samsai, so we will be able to cover it in more detail soon. It will likely get featured in more livestreams too as the development builds we tested were super fun! Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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3 comments

RTheren 8 Mar, 2017
Will buy this Day 1
Overlord 8 Mar, 2017
8 bit ninjas.u might want to take it.


Last edited by Overlord on 8 March 2017 at 7:19 pm UTC
3qET7rL9Bd 9 Mar, 2017
If anyone wants to play the game right now it is available for free on Itch: https://madguy.itch.io/streets-of-rogue

The difference between the Steam version and the Itch version seems to be the following: http://streetsofrogue.tumblr.com/post/158120901745/on-steam-this-friday

QuoteNew features for the Steam version:

Online Multiplayer
4-Player Local Coop Support
Home Base
Daily Runs
Mutators
Unlockables
Steam Achievements
Game is saved when the player quits
Cloud Saves
Steam Big Picture virtual keyboard support
Introduction, Tutorial, and story stuff
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