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How to play Stick Fight: The Game on Linux

Stick Fight: The Game is a physics-based online fighting game for PC. It was developed by Landfall West and published by Landfall. Here’s how you can enjoy Stick Fight: The Game on Linux.

How to play Stick Fight: The Game on Linux

Stick Fight: The Game works on Linux via Proton in Steam. If you’d like to play this game on your computer, you’ll have to get the Steam app set up.

Install Steam

To install the Steam application on your Linux PC, open up a terminal window on the desktop. You can launch a terminal window on the Linux desktop by pressing Ctrl + Alt + T on the keyboard. Or, search for “Terminal” in the app menu.

With the terminal window open, the installation can begin. Follow along with the installation instructions down below that correspond with the Linux OS you currently use.

Ubuntu

To get Steam working on Ubuntu, you’ll need to run the following apt install command below.

sudo apt install steam

Debian

Those on Debian can install Steam. First, however, it must be downloaded. To download the latest release of Steam to your computer, use the following wget download command.

wget https://steamcdn-a.akamaihd.net/client/installer/steam.deb

After downloading the latest release of Steam to your Debian Linux computer, the installation can begin. Using the dpkg command down below, set up Steam.

sudo dpkg -i steam.deb

Once the Steam DEB package is configured on your Linux computer, you’ll need to correct any dependency issues during the installation process.

sudo apt-get install -f

Arch Linux

To use Steam on Arch Linux, you’ll have to enable the “multilib” software repository. You can enable this software repository by opening up the /etc/pacman.conf file in a text editor (as root).

With the text file open in the editor, locate the “multilib” line, fine the symbol, and remove it. Also, remove the symbol from the lines directly below it.

After editing the text file, save your edits. Then, once the edits are saved, close the text editor and re-sync your system with the official Arch Linux servers using the command below.

sudo pacman -Syy

Finally, install Steam on your Arch Linux computer using pacman.

sudo pacman -S steam

Fedora/OpenSUSE

If you’re on Fedora or OpenSUSE, you’ll be able to install Steam out of the box with included software repositories. However, the native release of Steam for Fedora and OpenSUSE doesn’t work as well as Flatpak. So we suggest following the Flatpak instructions instead.

Flatpak

To use Steam on Linux as a Flatpak, you’ll have to install the Flatpak runtime. Setting up the runtime involves installing the “flatpak” app package using your package manager. If you need help setting up the runtime, follow our guide on the subject.

After setting up the Flatpak runtime on your computer, you’ll be able to install the latest release of Steam on your computer using the two commands below.

flatpak remote-add --if-not-exists flathub https://flathub.org/repo/flathub.flatpakrepo
flatpak install flathub com.valvesoftware.Steam

Play Stick Fight on Linux

With the Steam application installed, launch the program on the Linux desktop. Once the app is launched, log into your account using your Steam credentials. Then, follow the step-by-step instructions below to play Stick Fight: The Game on Linux.

Step 1: Find the “Steam” button inside the Steam app and click on it with the mouse. Then, select “Settings” to access the Steam settings area.

Inside the Steam settings area, find the “Steam Play” button and click on it. Then, check both the “Enable Steam Play for supported titles” box and the “Enable Steam Play for all other titles” box. Finally, select the “OK” to save the changes.

Step 2: Find the “Store” button inside of Steam and select it to access the Steam Store. Once on the Steam Store, find the search box, and click on it. Then, type in “Stick Fight: The Game.”

Press the Enter key to view the search results.

Step 3: Look through the Steam search results for “Stick Fight: The Game.” Select the game in the search results, and click on “Stick Fight: The Game” to access its Steam Store page.

On the Stick Fight: The Game store page, find the green “Add to cart” button to purchase it and add it to your Steam library.

Step 4: After buying the game, click on the “Library” button to access your Steam library. Then, look through and find “Stick Fight: The Game.”

Locate the blue “INSTALL” button and click on it to download and install Stick Fight: The Game onto your Linux computer.

Step 5: When Stick Fight: The Game is done downloading and installing on your Linux PC, the blue “INSTALL” button will become a green “PLAY” button. Select the green “PLAY” button to start up the game.

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