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The Snowboard Game could see native support

the snowboard game could see linux support in games for windows

The Snowboard Game is a new sports simulation game coming to Windows via Steam, but could see Linux support. Since this is a realistic skill based snowboard game with natural physics. Which is set in multiple immersive mountain locations and snow parks.

Linux support:

“I can’t promise a Linux port. But the custom built shaders doesn’t use any DirectX specific features. So I will definitely look in to it.”

So clearly not a definite Linux release. But support is something well being considered. Since this is a Unity 3D, why not?
Well according to developer Let it roll, the singleplayer campaign is not really long. So could be more appealing to take on other players in multiplayer.
Since the physics in the game look quite epic. From someone who does snowboard, that is a selling point. So Share that Tux Love on the Steam Discussion.

The Snowboard Game Announce Trailer (Windows, maybe Linux)

Make epic stunts in the backcountry or just hang around in the park.

Create your own snowboard career in story mode where you meet other enthusiasts and pro boarders that will challenge you to learn new tricks or just get down the mountain. Complete missions, compete in online events or player created challenges to earn money, fans and equipment.


Compete with other people from all over the world. If you find a spot you like, you can create a session to build jumps and place props to create a video and upload to your fictional video channel. A challenge is time or score type for anyone close to your online ranking.


Right now there are five fictional mountains. All created by in three different mountain areas. Each terrain has short single player missions. Also a few online events and endless user created challenges.

The focus of development has been to create natural and immersive physics. While still being fun with tight and responsive controls.

Steam release:

The Snowboard Game is a unique and impressive game coming to Steam ($14:99 USD) via Windows on March 23, 2018. Yet with enough support, we could very well see a Linux release.

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