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In Vivo is an action puzzle game with stealth elements about escaping from an alien UFO. You play as an alien abductee with only 30 seconds of consciousness at a time to try and escape. In between attempts you can explore your memory of the ship to plan your next escape attempt.

It looks and sounds great, I suggest you take a look.

Features
  • Use the items scattered around the ship to get upgrades and eventually escape the ship
  • Use your memory to explore the parts of the ship you have seen and plan your next move
  • 11 upgrades that give you a range of powers and better equip you to make your escape
  • 185 alien documents to discover and read to unfold the story behind your abduction
  • Each objective has many ways it can be achieved, there’s no one way to solve any puzzle


It is currently available on Itch.io & IndieGameStand, sadly Desura doesn't seem to have a Linux version yet and the game is still a few days from release on Desura oddly.

You can grab a demo here, so it's a no risk situation with this one folks. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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