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The developer of Clone Drone in the Danger Zone is open to Linux support

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Clone Drone in the Danger Zone [Steam, Official Site] is a third-person sword fighter where any part of your body can be sliced off and the developer is open to a Linux version.

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In the official FAQ, the developer said this:

Will the game be made available on Linux?

Perhaps, if you’d like to increase the likelihood we will do this, please register your interest in this thread and add the game to your wishlist.

The thread is actually closed, so you can't comment there. However, there is another post asking about Linux support so I suggest you post in that one if you would pick up a copy to play on Linux. 

Honestly, it looks like a huge amount of fun. The developer is releasing multiplayer soon too and it's likely a game I would happily play.

Features:

  • Epic Voxel Dismemberment: In addition to looking cool, the ability to cut off body parts is central to the gameplay. Jumping on one leg is a common occurrence. Large enemies need to be cut down to size before a fatal blow can be delivered.
  • Sharp Sword Combat: Combat is fast and intense, putting great emphasis on movement, timing and positioning. You are never safe, as any blow can instantly kill or dismember.
  • Entertaining Commentary: With over 10000 spoken words, Commentatron and Analysis-Bot provide a running commentary of your performance and react to your activities.

Thanks for the tip, NuSuey!

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The comments on this article are closed.
NuSuey 10 April 2018 at 12:25 pm UTC
I'm really hoping this will get a linux port. It's playable on wine btw, streamed it a few days ago, probably will today again.. It's huge amounts of fun! BTW IT HAS twitch integration!
iiari 10 April 2018 at 4:47 pm UTC
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Looks great. Left a comment in the thread and a Wishlist addition.
MineElectricity 10 April 2018 at 7:14 pm UTC
Hey that's my post !
Thanks for the article, I hope it'll change the devs' mind
Dragon8oy 11 April 2018 at 6:06 am UTC
I asked the dev on a livestream and he said he was worried about the cost of maintaining it with a small team
MichaelDN 11 April 2018 at 9:07 am UTC
This has been on my wish list for a while, I would love to play this one!
Gobo 11 April 2018 at 3:23 pm UTC
Saw the game first on MPJ's FunFunFunction channel on YouTube during a pair programming session with the original developer (#53). He made Mattias code in C# in Unity instead of typing Javascript. Very nice game and very cool dude!
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