Much awaited action strategy game Cortex Command has reached version 1.0 after being in development for almost 11 years.
In the game, the player takes the role of a disembodied brain, who controls various clones and robots to achieve his aims. Missions contain tasks such as retrieving a control chip in a cave filled with zombies to defending the brain from attack. As the brain is weak, the player must manage his resources carefully, protecting the brain, mining gold and fighting off enemies. The game includes the ability for players to create mods (additions and changes to the game) with the built in Lua programming applet, and simple scripting.
A development build of the game was included in Humble Indie Bundle 2. You can now download the updated Linux version from your Humble Bundle page. If you haven't got Humble Indie Bundle 2, then grab a copy of the game the for $20 from Humble Store.