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AlterEgo: DreamWalker Now on Linux

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AlterEgo is a multi-level, platform game where you navigate around platforms, obstacles and monsters to collect jumping pixels.

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AlterEgo: DreamWalker, now available for USD 2.99, it is the sequel to the fun game AlterEgo, which is available for free. I look forward to playing it, how about you? Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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muntdefems 1 Mar, 2013
Not really, I've never played the original game plus there's enough platformers in my backlog...


PS: WTF!? It's 2.99€ for me. I thought Desura didn't have regional pricing and that they fairly converted the prices to all currencies (maybe just sometimes rounding it to the upper $/€/£)... ><
Ivancillo 1 Mar, 2013
Is this game some sort of Bit-trip-runner?
berarma 3 Mar, 2013
Quoting: muntdefemsPS: WTF!? It's 2.99€ for me. I thought Desura didn't have regional pricing and that they fairly converted the prices to all currencies (maybe just sometimes rounding it to the upper $/€/£)...

It's 1,99€ for me.

Quoting: IvancilloIs this game some sort of Bit-trip-runner?
There's a demo, although I can't install it, and the first AlterEgo is available too for free.
muntdefems 3 Mar, 2013
Quoting: berarmaIt's 1,99€ for me.
I checked it again and you're right, it's 1.99€ for me as well! Am I starting to see things? Am I going slightly mad? I'm pretty sure it was 2.99€ when I first checked it, so maybe it was an error they corrected shortly after... right? :S
Sabun 6 Mar, 2013
Wait a second, this game was built using XNA ?!
How is it possible that they have a Linux port? If a Linux port is possible with XNA, that means Terraria can be ported as well!
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