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Slaps and Beans now in Early Access

By RTheren,
Bud Spencer & Terence Hill: Slaps and Beans is now in Early Access after a successful Kickstarter campaign in which the developers gained over $200k.

Samurai Riot, a 2D co-op beat 'em up has released for Linux

By Liam Dawe,
Samurai Riot is a 2D co-op Beat’em up with a few rather interesting features to set it apart from others, it's also now on Linux.

A look at Aztez, a stylish and bloody beat ‘em up

By BTRE,
Set in Mesoamerica at the birth of the Aztec Empire, Aztez pits players against the many enemies of this nascent state. It blends together beat ‘em up action with a strategic layer. I played the game and have a few thoughts to share about the experience.

River City Ransom: Underground has released with day-1 Linux support as promised

By Liam Dawe,
The beat 'em up River City Ransom: Underground has officially launched with the promised day-1 Linux support. So far it seems the reviews are positive.

I Am The Hero, a surprisingly great beat 'em up has Linux support

By Liam Dawe,
I Am The Hero is an indie beat 'em up that I've actually been having quite a bit of fun with and I think you should check it out.

Turns out that 'River City Ransom: Underground' will see day-1 Linux support (updated)

By Liam Dawe,
A few days ago I wrote about 'River City Ransom: Underground' not getting day-1 Linux support, but it seems it will and the developer had their wires crossed somewhere. Note: Article updated.

99Vidas, a fun-looking beat 'em up, is now available

By BTRE,
If you’ve been feeling like fighting hordes of goons alone or with friends, the new beat ‘em up 99Vidas might be right up your alley. It released late last month with day-1 Linux support.

My Mom is a Witch is now available on Linux, thanks to help from the community

By Liam Dawe,
My Mom is a Witch, an Early Access mix of beat'em up and roguelike mechanics is now available on Linux. The developer explained that this was thanks to the Linux community being so helpful.