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Corben wrote in to let us know that Diluvion [Steam], a deep-sea exploration game with RPG elements looks like it might be coming over to Linux.

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I think it looks fantastic! Love the visual work, especially when it's dark and they find stuff that glows. Could be an awesome game to get lost in and just explore away.

On the Steam forum the developer recently said this:
QuoteTo update, we're considering supporting Diluvion in the main Linux branches, but not all of them. No estimated date for that yet.

If you would actually buy it, be sure to give your support in that forum topic. No sense in doing so if you won't buy it, as that does more harm than good.

About the game
Explore the dangers of the depths in this beautifully realized flooded world, and unearth untold riches and glory. Discover the remnants of civilization in numerous unique towns and learn their local lore, trade stories and treasure, and hire crew new members.

Continuously improve each of the game’s 9 unique pilotable submarines using a deep upgrade system, and gain access to new areas and loot. Discover numerous types of cannons and torpedoes to help you overcome the dangers of the deep, and assemble your own unique crew to brave it alongside you. Whether you wish to play as a silent hunter or a guns blazing dreadnought, arrange your crew members and weapons to fit your playstyle. Article taken from
Tags: Adventure, RPG, Steam
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Luke_Nukem Feb 14, 2017
Because of Ubuntu being outdated most of the time, I kind of wish devs would target fedora stable releases as well / in replacement of.
ripper Feb 14, 2017
Quotewe're considering supporting Diluvion in the main Linux branches, but not all of them

What does this mean?
Colombo Feb 14, 2017
Luke_Nukem: Only rarely you want to support the most cutting-edge options and not anything else.
BTRE Feb 14, 2017
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Ah, yes, I remember asking during their kickstarter about Linux support. They were honest about being a small studio and not having resources during that time for proper testing but it was something they would look into down the line. They mentioned how hopefully newer versions of Unity might make the porting easier for them since they had lots of issues with their previous game, Ballpoint Universe. It'd be nice to have this on Linux, since the game looks pretty neat.

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cdnr1 Feb 14, 2017
bastards now i need to pee
Mountain Man Feb 14, 2017
That really reminds me of an old game called Sub Culture.
linuxjacques Feb 14, 2017
I would buy it. It seems right up my alley.

edit: and I remember Sub Culture! I loved that game.

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Ehvis Feb 14, 2017
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That trailer looks cool, but it gives me absolutely no idea about what the gameplay will be like.
throgh Feb 14, 2017
Hey Liam: GOG has also a release of this game. Do you know if there is a version planned?
Shmerl Feb 14, 2017
Reminds me of Aquanox, and I saw it was released on GOG. Good to know, that Linux version is possible.

What does "main Linux branches" mean by the way? May be they wanted to say, they'll support common distros?

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