Games on Linux News: Wargame: European Escalation and The Binding of Isaac

In this article I will talk about two games running on Linux: Wargame: European Escalation and The Binding of Isaac.

Wargame: European Escalation:

Wargame: European Escalation is a real-time strategy game. Wargame: European Escalation is the best-looking RTS game to arrive on Linux Operating Systems.

There are also other strategy games running on Linux, but Wargame: European Escalation is the most advanced RTS in terms of graphics and gameplay.

Eugen Systems, the developers of Wargame: European Escalation are well known for other RTS games, like: Act of War: Direct Action, Act of War: High Treason, and the more recent R.U.S.E.

“Wargame: European Escalation features intense real-time battles, stunning graphics, and the amazing IRISZOOM system, which allows a continuous zoom from a global view of the map to the heart of the action. With real strategic gameplay, rich content, integration of EugenNet and its numerous online services, Wargame: European Escalation will unite all the world’s biggest strategy fans,” states the official announcement.

Migrating the game on Steam for Linux is a very good decision because Linux gets popular and popular everyday, and there aren’t a lot of good games working on Linux Systems.

So, Wargame: European Escalation works on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.

Spoiler from the game:

The users have access to 350 different models of vehicles and units, they can build an army and participate into military campaigns across the Europe of the 80’s.

The Binding of Isaac:

Another game that migrates to Steam on Linux is The Binding of Isaac.

The Binding of Isaac features randomly generated dungeons, random items, enemies and bosses. So, you will not play the same game twice. To my mind, this is what makes the game interesting.

Check the Steam official website for more information about games on Linux.

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