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Fight the Dragon leaves Early Access with 25% off sale for Linux, Mac and Windows PC


#3Sprockets’ multi award winning #game Fight the Dragon exits Steam’s Early Access program today after 8 month of #development, making it one of the select few games that entered early access, #delivered the promised features and well beyond, and is now ready for full launch. Fight the Dragon is the premier action/RPG hybrid entirely comprised of community created adventures, over 4,000 of them so far, with 30+ campaigns, providing hundreds of hours of gameplay. Players create these levels using the in-game Adventure Construction Kit, allowing complex levels to be built quickly and beautifully. Fight the Dragon is available on Steam.


  • In-Game Adventure Construction Kit – Create and share Adventures!
  • Over 100 hours of unique gameplay created by our community!
  • Action packed Hack-and-Slash Adventuring in your own creations
  • Female and Male versions of all of our classes
  • Local Drop-In Split-Screen Co-Op
  • Up to 4 player online Co-Op (cross platform)
  • LAN Server for local 4 player Co-Op
  • Intense Dragon Fights with special dragon loot
  • Full gamepad & Steam Big Picture support

Fight the Dragon is a single player, couch co-op & online co-op action/RPG hybrid where players adventure across realms created by other players, collecting loot, gaining levels, and acquiring tickets to fight the mighty dragon. Each time the player fights the dragon they have a chance to win great prizes as well as do permanent damage to the dragon that carries over from fight to fight. In this way the heroes will eventually overcome the mighty beast, although you can expect many failures along their way.


The crown jewel of Fight the Dragon is the Adventure Construction Kit. From within the game players construct entire adventures from a vast array of provided textures, props, enemies, traps, events and triggers. By utilizing the triggers system they can create complex cascade reactions and puzzles. Players can also create NPCs and NPC dialogue, allowing for story development within the levels themselves or even between levels if players choose to create campaigns that run in sequence. The game automatically scales the levels created to match the level of the players attempting to conquer it. Information on the ACK can be found at here.

How does Fight the Dragon play on Linux:

From our first look at the 1.0 release. The controller integration and responsive is fantastic, so much so we asked 3 Sprockets, Seon Rozenblum about it, “the entire game was built for controller first, even the ACK was controller only for the first 3 months”.  Making gameplay that much more exciting, should you not want to play with the a-typical keyboard and mouse. Which does make for quicker response in game.

The graphics are exceptionally detailed with stellar gameplay, a must see. While build 1.0.1 is already underway, the team has kept up development and will continue to expand on the gameplay for Fight the Dragon. Linux Game News has seen weekly updates from the development team through Early Access, so it’s a pleasure to know player support is being taken seriously. Which means you can expect a little more from 3 Sprockets.

All in all, we simply found the gameplay to be very well put together, making the learning curve much easier. Giving the player much more time to enjoy the game, rather than figuring out how to play it. But we could be a tad bit biased, we here at LGN have been playing Fight the Dragon since the title first appeared on Steam Early Access.

One more thing, you will want to play with a friend. So the two-pack deal on Steam is without question the best offer available.

Join in the fun of online co-op with up to four players, 2 player couch co-op, or single player adventuring. Explore the realms of your friends, or strange lands made by strangers. Find out more information at or on Steam.

About 3 Sprockets

Based in Melbourne, Australia, 3 Sprockets is a small indie game studio that specialises in cross platform games that focus heavily on user generated content and online multiplayer.