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Hairy Tales to be ported to Linux if enough interest is shown

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Hairy Tales, the first game fully developed by Arges studio, is an Action/Puzzler built with Unity3D. It is already available for Win/Mac on Desura.

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After many requests on Steam Greenlight for a Linux port the developers replied that it's all a matter of upgrading the game engine to version 4, but they are not sure if it's worth the cost.

In order to gauge the real interest of the Linux gaming community they put up a poll on the game's forum in Desura:

So, if you would like to play this game natively on Linux, go there and make your point by voting. Article taken from
Tags: Indie Game, Unity
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muntdefems Apr 25, 2013
There was actually enough interest in a Linux port, so Arges Systems will be releasing a Linux version of Hairy Tales!

I've been contacted by the developers who offered me to be a beta tester. They'll be selecting a few more, so if you're interested do get in touch with them!
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