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Interesting, Feral Interactive are teasing us all again with a new port coming with a new clue posted on their radar.

They sent out a fun tweet which started it off:

GAMERS: Hey Feral, you should bring another game to Mac and Linux!
FERAL: k.

The Feral Radar has been updated: https://t.co/bTm8FC0e4X

— Feral Interactive (@feralgames) April 6, 2016


And now here it is:

Could it be that they are teasing Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II which popped up on SteamDB with their name attached, or are they being more cunning and hinting at something else entirely? I think that would be too obvious. I haven't a clue, and I'm never very good at these radar hints.

Feral Interactive certainly are busy, as they only recently confirmed Tomb Raider is heading to Linux.

Whatever it is, it's in their "Very Soon" section.

I leave the comments open to you, as you're all great investigators.

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Redje Apr 6, 2016
This must be Dirt Rally!
devland Apr 6, 2016
Drifting snows + hazelnuts (which are brown-ish) = desserts?

Mad Max? :D
Segata Sanshiro 10 years Apr 6, 2016
Quoting: KeyrockThe obvious answer then is Mad Max. Avalanche are the developers of Mad Max and nuts is a synonym for mad.

Please let this be true. Please let this be true. Please let this be true.

This seems like the real answer. Nice one!
Nyap Apr 6, 2016
Wait, they ported sleeping dogs? but not for linux? FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU<editor snip>


Last edited by Liam Dawe on 6 April 2016 at 8:26 pm UTC
gojul Apr 6, 2016
Could they release something instead of teasing ? One tease at a time is okay, several ones...
ElectricPrism Apr 6, 2016
Quoting: Segata Sanshiro
Quoting: KeyrockHmm, that's a hazelnut in the picture. Time to put the brain cells into action...

Simple, they're just branching out of gaming:


I don't like this picture because Nutella is a Nestle brand. They have quite the reputation.

After learning that they gave out free baby formula just long enough so mothers stopped producing breast milk and then hiked the price I was upset. This death-grip business tactic lead to the death of many infants.

More info Here: http://www.zmescience.com/science/nestle-company-pollution-children/
Segata Sanshiro 10 years Apr 6, 2016
Quoting: ElectricPrismI don't like this picture because Nutella is a Nestle brand. They have quite the reputation.

It's actually owned by Ferrero. Either way, it's just an image, not actually promoting Nutella.
Luke_Nukem Apr 6, 2016
Quoting: NyapWait, they ported sleeping dogs? but not for linux? FUUUU*snip*UUU

Wait, what? Damn, I really dislike when that happens. The selective porting is bloody annoying.
Keyrock Apr 6, 2016
Quoting: NyapWait, they ported sleeping dogs? but not for linux?
Hopefully it gets ported to Linux in the future. We've already had Squeenix dip their toes in the Linux poor with Tomb Raider, so hopefully Sleeping Dogs follows in the near future, since part of the work has already been done (translation to OpenGL).
melkemind Apr 6, 2016
Quoting: Keyrock
Quoting: NyapWait, they ported sleeping dogs? but not for linux?
Hopefully it gets ported to Linux in the future. We've already had Squeenix dip their toes in the Linux poor with Tomb Raider, so hopefully Sleeping Dogs follows in the near future, since part of the work has already been done (translation to OpenGL).

Or maybe they'll just let sleeping dogs lie. You had to know that was coming.
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