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Fotonica a first person game about jumping, sense of speed and discovery. The key is timing, the goal is exploring and travelling flawlessly through the environment. The setting is an abstract - mainly duotone - outlined world, with a look referring to the geometrical abstractions from the 50s and the 3D low-poly gaming era.

The game is now available on Linux! You can buy it directly from their website using the Humble Store Widget, get it via Desura or via IndieGameStand (there it's $10 or pay what you want - also you get a Desura key there too).

  • 5 Levels to Explore + an Endless Procedurally Generated Level.
  • Accessible One Button Interface
  • Compatible with Every Peripheral
  • Two Players Split-Screen Mode
  • 10 Achievements to Unlock + Game Stats.
  • Cross Platform Online Rankings.
  • Seven High Quality Audio Tracks.
  • Available for PC, MAC and LINUX! DRM Free.
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5 comments

Hamish 29 Nov, 2012
Well, it is not on Desura yet. I imagine they are still getting everything processed.
Kristian 30 Nov, 2012
I got this, just because of the whole THQ thing. Since these guys seem to value the same principles the Humble Bundle guys used to.
KIAaze 30 Nov, 2012
Quoting: "Kristian, post: 6868, member: 390"I got this, just because of the whole THQ thing. Since these guys seem to value the same principles the Humble Bundle guys used to.

THQ thing? What's that?
Hamish 30 Nov, 2012
Get ready for a shitstorm KIAaze... :confused:
KIAaze 30 Nov, 2012
Ah, ok, I see...
Did a Google search for THQ humble bundle, found new humble bundle up, saw list of games, video, thought I had landed in 2033 where the Humble Bundle brings out cross-platform AAA games, getting more and more excited,
then saw the Windows only mention, ended up very disappointed. :(
At least it was indeed the only thing THQ called up in my mind initially, but I just couldn't see how it related to the Humble Bundles: the company behind Supreme Commander. (edit: oh, just publisher, developed by Gas Powered Games)

Well, no wonder I didn't know about it. No news about it here (very legitimate) and no e-mail notification. Nice to know they took my OS selection into account.
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