Tourney medieval tournament simulator game to get a port for Linux with Windows PC. Due to the efforts of developer Tusky Games. Which is already available on Steam with positive reviews.
UK based indie developer Tusky Games announced further details about their medieval tournament simulation game: Tourney. Which is currently available for Windows PC, after 4 years in development. However, according to the Discussion post, it looks Linux is in the plan as well.
I’d like to do a Linux build for sure. I just need to get a Linux set up to test that it works.
Tourney is developed with Unreal Engine 4. A Linux build is in the works, but further updates are coming in the Discussions post. On top of that, I just tried the game in Proton, and its runs well. So here’s hoping for a smooth port to Linux for Tusky Games.
Tourney: The Medieval Tournament Simulator – Trailer
In Tourney, players can manage their own tournament. So his means building ale carts, hog roasts, stands, and jousting areas. Players will invite knights so they can compete in jousts, sword fighting, and archery contests.
The game, which was on Kickstarter back in 2020, allows you to take the role of head of a noble house. You are responsible for both setting up facilities for your medieval guests. But you are also selecting your own champions to compete. Then you can influence how the champions perform in the Tourney events. Selecting tactics, setting the running order to be more favorable, and exploiting weaknesses in your opponents.
- There will be plenty of vendors to build: Apothecaries, carpenters, ale wagons, hog roasts, Jewellery merchants, and more
- Hire jesters, guards and troubadours
- Select your own knights to participate in the tournament. You can train them and buy them gear. You can also play Tourney mini games to try and influence the outcome of events. Or mess with the starting line ups of the events!
- There are many houses based on the legend that you can choose which have unique heraldry and champions.
Tournaments can be dangerous, so there is always the risk that some of the knights could get killed. The Tourney player has various options to help avoid this happening to their knights. Getting them experience and training. You can also purchase better armor, swords, or other gear. Plus there are potions and tinctures that can also help.
Tourney medieval tournament simulator is available now on Steam. Priced at $12.99 USD. With support for Windows PC, but a Linux port is in the works.