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New Blocks That Matter Linux Demo with Exclusive Levels and Content

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After releasing couple of tech demos and final version for Linux, indie game studio Swing Swing Submarine has released a new demo of their game Blocks That Matter for users to get their hands on.

This demo features some exclusive levels and content which is not available in full version so grab your copy now from here (via IndieDB)

Full Linux version can be bought from Indievania

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