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Tower Unite is an interesting MMO, it's a community-based virtual world full of other games to play online. An interesting concept, sounds a bit like Second Life to me.

Announced on Steam
, the developers note the issues it currently has and how to get around them on Linux. I like this fully open approach as it tells me they have actually tested it quite a bit to know the ins and outs of the Linux version.

They are keen to stress Linux and Mac aren't a priority right now, which is fair enough, not everyone has the time and resources to fully support three games at once when the game itself is still in development.

I've reached out to the developer for a key to test with and report on.

About the game (From Steam)
Tower Unite is a living, evolving world, fueled by the community. Play online games with your friends or make new friends from around the world!

Tower Unite is a large online multiplayer game that spans genres.

- Play minigames such as Minigolf, Ball Race, Virus, and more!
- Earn items
- Hang with your friends in your own personalized house
- Connect with others through a massive Plaza with various attractions and games
- Party with friends!
- Watch synchronized media such as YouTube or Soundcloud
- Suggest new features - we listen!
- No microtransactions or subscription fees

Thanks to scaine for finding it. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
Tags: Indie Game, MMO, Steam | Apps: Tower Unite
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starsaboveus 29 Nov, 2016
Looks fun! I'd love to buy it and try it out myself, but I don't really have any extra money to spend right now. Maybe when there's a sale, though.

To be honest, after moving from Windows to Linux, I did give up on some childhood games that I was still playing, like Roblox (I've since quit, but I'd love to find another game that's not focused on ripping off the consumer, has a foundation built by its community and devs alike, etc.). This game seems like it will be able to fill that gap, especially since the community of Roblox and quality of games there has gone way downhill in recent years.
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