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Sombrero: Spaghetti Western Mayhem [Steam, Official Site], a frantic looking party game for 2-4 players is coming to Linux and the developer needs some Linux testers.

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It looks nuts, absolutely bloody nuts.

About the game
QuoteSombrero is a Spaghetti Western-inspired multiplayer shootout for 2-4 players. Saddle up in four unique game modes, with a cast of rough-and-ready characters ready to battle it out across a variety of treacherous locales in both local and online play. Whether you’re on the side of the law or a no-good cattle rustler, Sombrero offers a unique multiplayer experience.


They posted on reddit with a little more information:
QuoteHere's the minimum hardware requirements for the game: * Intel i3 or above * nVidia GTX750 or equivalent (includes AMD, newer Intel embedded chips) * A more recent version of Linux, for example Ubuntu 14 & above, or SteamOS * A Steam account (obviously) * Preferably 2-4 controllers, though the game will allow a single player to use keyboard & mouse if you only have 1 controller

If your setup meets these requirements, get in touch by sending an email to - contact at pixelmetal.com - with your system specs. If everything looks good we'll ask for your Steam name, will add you as a friend of the PixelMetal Developer account, and get a key headed your way when we send out the next batch of Steam keys. This key will also unlock the Windows version, should you be so inclined to give that build a whirl.


If you do manage to check it out, come tell us what you think. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Shmerl 21 Jun, 2017
It reminded me of Broforce.
drmoth 21 Jun, 2017
Quoting: ShmerlIt reminded me of Broforce.

Just finally got around to playing Broforce. It's SOOOO good!
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