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Thanks to our friends at Games Republic, I was sent a key to take a look at NO THING a brand new minimalistic surreal action game that has day-1 Linux support.

It's weird, really weird. It has really minimalistic graphics that mess with your eyes, with an electronic voice talking at you while you're running along a rather barren looking area. It very much feels like an endless runner (that isn't endless, it has levels), with some hint of a story behind it that you're spoon fed by an electronic voice.

Due to the speed you eventually pick up, and the concentration it requires I miss most of what the voice is telling me, so I literally have no idea what's going on.

It's one of those simple to learn, but rather hard to master games.

Overall, I think it's a nice game, but it doesn't really have any depth to it other than being quite challenging to make all the corners. A lot of it is down to muscle memory when you've tried it many times.

Something about it is a little addictive when you first get into it, but I can't imagine myself playing it often.

You can grab it from our Games Republic store (Steam key), which credits us a little. It's £1.99 right now as it's 50% off. You can also just go straight to Steam to buy it. Article taken from
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rustybroomhandle 7 Apr, 2016
It's like a trippy first-person version of GoScurry
Liam Dawe 7 Apr, 2016
FYI they just reduced the price even further, now 50% off at £1.99.
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