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I have it confirmed by the publisher that story-driven, fast-paced, retro-aesthetic platformer 'Until I Have You' will come to Linux after release.

Their email was very clear:
QuoteThe game will be available on Steam on 4/4/16 for Windows with an SRP of $13.99 and a limited time 10% launch discount. The Linux Version release to follow shortly.

About the game
Until I Have You, is a story-driven, fast-paced, retro-aesthetic platformer, engulfed in a Cyberpunk setting.

Driving you to the edge of your seat as you run n' gun through enemies, the game recounts a thrilling story of regret, love and corruption, in a city that’s gone haywire and just doesn't give a damn.

- 12 Chapters of immersive story-telling
- Beautifully pixelated environments
- Fast paced action
- Over 60 unique Enemies and 12 Boss Fights.
- Rich and Diverse Settings (both in gameplay mechanisms and visuals)
- Fully Voiced Dialogues
- Gritty Cyberpunk Atmosphere
- Keyboard & Controller Support

We have a lot of these retro inspired platformers, but this one has a story and properly voiced dialogues which isn't very common for this genre.

As always, I suggest you hold off on buying it until the Linux version is available. Article taken from
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Shmerl Apr 1, 2016
Looks good. More cyberpunk games are welcome. Did anyone play Dex by the way? How is the Linux version of their enhanced edition? I was waiting for it to come out on GOG, but it never did. I consider buying the DRM-free version in the Humble Store.

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Last edited by Shmerl on 1 April 2016 at 8:29 pm UTC
Storminator16 Apr 1, 2016
I apologize: retro can never get too old for me. :) Style of the games I grew up with so this look hot. Nice!
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