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Desura Is A Great Indie Game App Store For Linux

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If you are a gamer who have a liking for indie games, then Desura is an application you won’t want to miss. Available for Windows and Linux, Desura is a game app store where you can search, buy and install games on your PC. It helps you to manage your game installation, update and mods so you can play game without any worries.

Desura has been around since 2009, but has only came public recently. With a good number games under its listing, including the popular Steel Storm: Burning Retribution, Warzone 2100, Savage 2, you would be able to find a game that suits your taste.

The installation is pretty straightforward.




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