Lugaru (pronounced Loo-GAH-roo) is a third-person action title available for Mac OS, Windows, and Linux. The main character, Turner, is an anthropomorphic rebel bunny rabbit with impressive combat skills. In his quest to find those responsible for slaughtering his village, he uncovers a far-reaching conspiracy involving the corrupt leaders of the rabbit republic and the starving wolves from a nearby den. Turner takes it upon himself to fight against their plot and save his fellow rabbits from slavery.

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Introducing the Humble Indie Bundle!

This is an awesome pay-what-you-want indie video game / charity promotion that we are trying out. Please watch this video to find out what it's all about, or read on!

Pay What You Want

Basically we're taking 5 classic indie games: World of Goo, Aquaria, Gish, Lugaru HD and Penumbra Overture and bundling them in a pay-what-you-want sale. Please remember though, we're just humble indie developers and the more you contribute, the easier it will be for us to make awesome games in the future.

Cross-Platform: PC, Mac and Linux

You've heard us mention how important it is to support Mac and Linux in addition to Windows, and for this promotion we didn't want to leave anyone out (we owe special thanks to the amazing Ryan Gordon for helping make this possible).


We already echoed the philosophy which should be common knowledge among mainstream developers about why DRM doesn't make sense. As our thanks for your participation in this humble bundle, your user-experience will not be inhibited by any DRM.

No Corporate Middle Man

Please know that there is no distributor acting as a middle man for this promotion and taking a cut of the proceeds. Your contributions will go directly to support the developers and charities (minus payment processor fees).

Buying The Bundle Helps Charity

By default two charities, Child's Play and the Electronic Frontier Foundation share an equal part of the bundle proceeds with the five games. However, you can also customize how your donation will be split in step 3.

So Please Help Us Spread The Word!

We are really excited to see how this turns out. We don't have a marketing budget so please tell your friends about the bundle. Tweets and Facebook shares are greatly appreciated.

We also want to thank the other indie developers for being bold enough to partake in this exciting experiment with us. Aright, enough reading, GO VISIT THE SITE!

Click here to visit The Humble Indie Bundle

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Lugaru (pronounced Loo-GAH-roo) is a third-person action title available for Mac OS, Windows, and Linux. The main character, Turner, is an anthropomorphic...

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Urfoex Sep 23 2011 says:

Is their a way to install mods using Desura (on Linux with nativ Desura-Client)?

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tommivs Oct 8 2011 replied:

Desura client for linux doesn't support mods, yet. But the game files are unedited so you can install mods just like instructed on wolfires forums, but the game files are on /opt/*.

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waltercool Oct 15 2011 replied:

Mods. are supported, you can check it on "Development", maybe Wolfire could sell some "packs" of mods at lower costs

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macacos2 Oct 27 2011 replied:

Click the Tab mods. Then you can download each mod separately.

There's also a downloader app made by the community (Windows).

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kelthehet Sep 20 2011 says:

I can appreciate that a lot of time went into the game. The combat system recieved special attention. I can appreciate that someone tried to think up a decent story for the rabbit based slaughter, and I can even see they tried to twist the story around a little to keep a player on their toes, but I still can't say I enjoy it.

I play minecraft, and it is true, there is little to no story. The point of Minecraft is up for debate, but I always saw it as more of a choose your own goal type game.

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Slevo Sep 20 2011 says:

have u ever played minecraft?? that game has less. but this game has nice physics and pretty good fighting, minecraft is just textures, with boolean code to check if block exists or not, this game actually has a indepth combat system so its not that bad i think this is a decent game but i wouldnt buy this game becuase your right it does lack a story and meaning it gets a bit boring quite fast, but you know there was allot of work that went into this game so its not that bad.

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kelthehet Sep 19 2011 says:

May I never see a game with so little point or plot ever again in my life. Perhaps this seems a little harsh, but I felt this game had nothing to offer that hasn't been done a few thousand times in the gaming world. It brings no revelations or insights into anything overly important that I can see, and I felt no reason to continue playing it.

I confess that I never finished this game. I picked it up off of a bundle deal, and could not bring myself to play it past the sixth mission. I just saw no point to it. The plot was obvious and lacking.

It did use an interesting 3D effects model, but I felt that the interactions and collision checks were off. Still, they did at least try.

The controls need work. Perhaps I don't play enough fighting games, but the controls weren't intuitive, nor did they lend themselves to easy usage for these hands.

For those who enjoy these kinds of games, I hope that you find the good in this game, as I have apparently failed to do.

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Jeahro Jan 8 2011 says:

This game is a hell of a drug. I HAD to play the game and ALL available Mods at one go. Overgroth will make a fine successor.

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austinbreed Dec 26 2010 says:

This game seriously rules. One of the most fun and easy to control martial arts systems I have ever played.

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Threvlin Jun 23 2010 says:

Very interesting combat, could be tuned a bit more, but that's what Overgrowth is for isn't it? :D Good execution of a great idea.

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figalot May 15 2010 buried:


If you dont own this game...simply put....your gay

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Mkilbride Dec 31 2010 buried:


If you own this game; you're gay.

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