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'Earthlock: Festival of Magic' 3D RPG now has a Linux alpha available

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The developers of 'Earthlock: Festival of Magic' [Official Site, Steam] have delivered a Linux alpha of their 3D RPG, you need to request access for now until it's more ready.

If you own it on Steam you can post in this forum topic to request access.

Pretty excited to give this one a go, but I will wait until it's more ready to give it some thoughts.

About the game
Snowcastle Games’ four year long passion project and first major title, Earthlock: Festival of Magic arrives on Steam. A tribute to true turn-based RPG fans, Earthlock: Festival of Magic will test even the most strategic of players.

- Explore the vast and magical world of Umbra
- Highly strategic turn‐based battles
- Harvest magical materials and craft items on your home island
- Talent Table: combining a classic 'skilltree' and equipment to customise your character's progression
- 30+ Hours of gameplay Article taken from
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Nanobang Oct 3, 2016
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Normally I skip right over games with "turn-based" combat because of the way they pluck me out of whatever sense of immersion I may have gotten from the rest of the gameplay, so I doubt I would have given this a second glance. But turn-based combat aside, the richness of the rest of the game may well provide more than enough immersion. Wishlisted and followed. Thanks Liam.
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