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Steam Awards and Shadow Tactics needs your VOTE

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In case you haven’t heard, this week there is an #opportunity to vote for the first official Steam Awards! Shadow Tactics should definitely #win one, right? Let’s combine our efforts and together we might be able to get a #nomination!

The Steam Awards, where you can nominate all of your favourite games for an award. While earning XP and badges at the same time. A sweet deal.
The first game vote will earn you a badge. So the Steam Awards Nomination Committee 2016 badge will be featured on your profile with 25 XP. Players can award games for each of the outlined categories. Play at least one nominated game. Review or update the review of a game you nominated, then level up the badge and gain more XP.

Like a true Ninja, nobody saw this game coming, but like a true Ninja Shadow Tactics is freaking cool. So the choice is clear! Mimimi Productions are trying to snatch that “I Thought This Game Was Cool Before It Won An Award” award.

Steam Awards – How to vote:

  1. Visit: Shadow Tactics on Steam
  2. Click on “Nominate this Game for an Award”
  3. Select the “I Thought This Game Was Cool Before It Won An Award” Award
  4. Save your nomination
  5. Profit!

Shadow Tactics is a hardcore tactical stealth game for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Hence taking place in Japan around the Edo period.
Take control of a team of deadly specialists and sneak in the shadows between dozens of enemies. Choose your approach when infiltrating mighty castles, snowy mountain monasteries or hidden forest camps. Set traps, poison your opponents or completely avoid enemy contact.

There is a Free PC Demo available on Steam. While there is not Linux release, the odds are good you can play Shadow Tactics in Wine. Or on Windows PC, as a last resort. Hence the gameplay is well worth it, should you take the challenge.

You have to be quick, ninja quick. While you only have to VOTE before November 29th 7pm CET!.

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