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Shadowgrounds: Survivor Finally Goes Gold

Gaming

Published on 25 August 2009 10:42 AM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming
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Shadowgrounds: Survivor is a game from an independent Finnish-based game studio that was supposed to come to Linux last year around the second quarter, but then it was stuck in limbo for several months until this January we found out that LGP is now porting Shadowgrounds: Survivor. A month after that we showed this game running on Linux thanks to their closed beta program, but finally this game is getting ready to ship to Linux customers. Linux Game Publishing has ended their closed beta program for this game and has announced that this game has gone gold.

It will be about two or three weeks until the boxed version of Shadowgrounds: Survivor starts shipping for Linux, but it will also be available for a (paid) download and for renting through LGP's rental service.

More information on this shooter game is available from the LGP web-site.

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