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A New Commercial Game For Linux That's Not An FPS

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There's a new commercial game coming to Linux that's not yet-another-first-person-shooter. Besides not being an FPS, one of the most common genres of Linux native commercial games, the game studio behind this title claims "there are some technical details about this game that make it completely unique within Linux."

What's the game and who's behind the port? The game is CoreBreach, an "anti-gravity" racing game that's developed as a joint-venture by two Austrian game studios (CoreCode and nCreate). This racing game -- that also includes some "combat-based game-play" -- was originally written for Apple Mac OS X and the Austrian developers then decided to bring this game to Linux.

I was contacted this morning by Julian Mayer, a developer at CoreCode, about the forthcoming CoreBreach Linux port.

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