Clone Drone in the Danger Zone is a third person sword fighter for Windows and Mac, but no Linux. So we reached out to developer Doborog Games seeing the games still in Early Access. Ideally expecting a Linux release. Since the game reviews on Steam are Very Positive.
“When I grew up, I loved playing games on Linux. And there weren’t many options back then, was all about the BZFlag and GTetrinet :)) — so thank you for your awesome work in promoting games on Linux!
Sadly at the moment our tiny team doesn’t have any concrete plans to add Linux support to Clone Drone. But haven’t ruled out supporting it closer to the full release. Depending on what works / doesn’t when we try it later. This is just because we don’t have the extra time + engineering bandwidth. Justifing support for another platform at this stage in the game.”
Since this is not a no directly. There seems to be hope of a Linux release.
What’s funny, Clone Drone in the Danger Zone is a Unity 3D release. So native a native release should be a given.
While the best suggestion is to share that Tux Love on Steam.
Clone Drone in the Danger Zone Alpha Trailer! (Window and Mac, no Linux yet)
- 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.
So gameplay allows any part of your body can be sliced of. With your mind downloaded into a robot gladiator. Players must must survive the sinister trials of the arena. Really it’s just an evil doers plot to take over the world, right?
Clone Drone in the Danger Zone is available on Steam for Mac and Windows, priced at $14.99 USD. Since we do not have formal confirmation about a Linux release. Use the link above to share that Tux Love.