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ATTRACTIO First Person Puzzler Now Available On Linux

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While ATTRACTIO has had a Linux icon on the Humble store for a while, it has only just received the Linux version. It's a first person puzzler in the style of games like Portal, only you won't be using a portal gun.

Personally I think the game-play and visuals are absolutely fantastic and it's good to finally see it on Linux. It's in "Early Access" right now so be warned not all features will be 100% complete and you may encouter a few bugs.

Attractio is an indie first-person puzzle game developed with the GC Engine (GameCoder Studios' in-house engine) where the player has to solve challenging puzzles manipulating gravity. These puzzles challenge the usual way of thinking about physics and gravity. In Attractio each object has its own gravity direction which can be changed by the player.

It's £5.99 right now on Humble Store, and it will also be on Desura when the Linux version gets their approval.

Finally, they are looking to get on Steam, so if you like the look of it give it a free vote on greenlight. Article taken from
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leillo1975 8 Apr, 2014

Portal and Portal 2 are two great games that I never get tired of playing
philip550c 9 Apr, 2014
Ok cool. I bought it thinking it had a Linux version. Even contacted Humble support about it.
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