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After an extensive period of time, independent game developer Triangle Studios has launched Cross of the Dutchman, an action adventure game that is based on a true story of a freedom fighter who lived in 16th century Western Europe.

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Starting today, Cross of the Dutchman is available for adventurers, history geeks and action game enthusiasts to play as ‘Pier Gerlofs Donia’: a humble farmer who became the leader of a rebel army. Exactly 500 years after the events that are portrayed in the game took place, the studio has released Cross of the Dutchman on Steam. The game is available for PC, Mac and Linux in multiple languages.

In Cross of the Dutchman, players experience the invasion of the Saxon legions. Pier, a man known for his formidable size and incredible strength, gets involved in the conflict, putting the lives of his friends and family at risk.

The development of Cross of the Dutchman was recently completed despite of a series of hardships. Even though the development started over six years ago, the project has seen multiple revisions and was close to being cancelled because of budgetary reasons. Triangle Studios is incredibly proud to announce that Cross of the Dutchman is finally available for a worldwide audience!

You will be able to purchase two different packages on these stores:

Standard Edition
Price: $8,99
Includes: a single copy of the game

Deluxe Edition
Price: $10,99
Includes: a copy of the game, a digital art-book, all the soundtracks of the game, timeline of the entire project and a papercraft item of the main character.

Make sure to support us by leaving a review of the game on our store page, we greatly appreciate all the help and support you all have given us over the last couple of years!

Click here to go directly to the Steam store!

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booman
booman

Awesome! There is a Linux version!
Thank you for supporting Linux
I will definitely be checking out Cross Of The Dutchman
Are there any plans for a DRM free version?
GOG maybe?

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