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Savage 2 announced for Linux

January 29th, 2006 by Lightkey

According to a forum post, one of the S2 Games developers expects the Linux client of Savage 2: A Tortured Soul to be available at launch time.

This multiplayer game consists of two teams, humans and beasts on Newerth, on each side with one strategy player that builds, orders necessary things, delegates while the other players fight each other in a third person view if they are not in search of experience points or important items.

8 Responses to “Savage 2 announced for Linux”

  1. Jestrzcap Says:

    they just made a sale

  2. zborgerd Says:

    Savage is one of my favorite games for Linux. I’m really excited to see this news! I hope that everyone considers buying this game to support S2. I’m sure it will be great!

  3. ashridah Says:

    uh…. how?
    Weren’t they a) lacking a linux developer
    and b) lacking an openGL engine?
    Wonder what’s changed, or if this was just misinterpreted as wishful thinking.

    This’d be awesome if it does happen, and hopefully, they’ll get a proper worldwide release this time, so I get some retail servers in australia. Last time, the demo was all we had down here, kinda killed it :(.

    ash

  4. Anonymous Says:

    I purchased Savage as it’s an awesome game *and* it was available for Linux.

    With this news, I’m going to be buying Savage 2 for sure!

  5. Anonymous Says:

    Very very happy to hear that. I’m an avid player.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    One of the games for Linux that I have played the most, Loved the most. To good to be true if this turn’s out as the forum post say. I would like to know more about the details behind this .. do they now have a Linux programmer? or does icculus or LPG have something to do with this?! Great!! great! great!! .. have to tell all my friends

  7. Anonymous Says:

    When is this baby going to be released? has anyone heard any dates?

  8. Hohlraum Says:

    didn’t they add an expansion for windows and not linux?

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