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Since I was talking yesterday about the launch of three more Linux games on Steam, two more titles have made appearance on the Steam for Linux list: Dragon and A Bird Story.

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Dragon is a single-player and multi-player 3D action role-playing game in which you control a dragon and take the path of being benevolent or malevolent. The game is currently in early access, which means it isn’t finished, but you can buy and test it. Dragon is available on Steam at a 20% discount, for 14,39€. The offer ends November 14.

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In this open world action role-playing game you will bring your dragon’s story to life. Become a terrifying or benevolent dragon powerful enough to threaten kingdoms and leave its claw-mark in history.

In Dragon you will be able to use weapons, claim new territory, hunt and grow your dragon, fight other beasts like dragons, trolls, orcs or liches, influence cities or reshape kingdom.

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A Bird Story is a short, pixel-art, narrative story about a boy who finds an injured bird. A Bird Story is available at a 15% discount, for 3,64€, until November 14.

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