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Inverto first person shooter-puzzler out for Linux

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Inverto (formerly "Gravitron") is a first person shooter-puzzler with physical puzzles and gravity manipulations. The game is the ideological successor of such games as "Prey" and "Portal" with platformer elements.

Love the graphics in this game!

The gameplay itself actually seems pretty decent too, It will hit 10/10 on the oh my god I feel so dizzy scale.

It is currently in alpha-funding for £2.99 so seems like a cracking good deal to me.
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FutureSuture 10 Aug, 2013
I'll keep an eye on this although this looks to be crazier than the Portal series!
n30p1r4t3 10 Aug, 2013
Any word on steam? Will buy immediately.
Lord Avallon 10 Aug, 2013
I voted for it on Greenlight, I think its name was Gravitron, but I remeber watching a movie there about this game, I think it´s awesome.
Bumadar 10 Aug, 2013
QuoteAlpha version of the game (for Windows) currently in development.
in case you wanted to hop in right away :)

QuoteHi! Yes, everyone preordering alpha here will get Steam key for free if the game gets Greenlit! Price will go up as development progresses.
Hamish 10 Aug, 2013
This one I am definitely going to keep watching, especially since it mentions Prey as an inspiration.
adolson 12 Aug, 2013
Quoting: Bumadar
QuoteAlpha version of the game (for Windows) currently in development.
in case you wanted to hop in right away :)

It actually is available for Linux right now, as the article title says. The dev just hasn't edited/removed that blurb from the Desura page.
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