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The Gardens Between from The Voxel Agents looks like a fantastic puzzle adventure and it's now available with native Linux support.

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  • Manipulate time to solve ingenious puzzles
  • Vibrant, storybook-inspired art style
  • Dreamy tale of adventure, friendship and growing-up
  • More than twenty gorgeous and surreal gardens islands to explore
  • Accessible design; simple controls, no text, speech, time pressure or complex UI
  • Relaxing ambient soundtrack by feature-artist Tim Shiel

Honestly, it looks incredible I'm practically in love with the art design on this one. So far it seems practically everyone likes it too, so it should be an easy purchase. Short though, with a gameplay time of only 2-3 hours that's not a lot but if that time is meaningful and well spent—who cares?

Find it on Humble Store and Steam

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soulsource Sep 21, 2018
I had some trouble getting my PS4 controller working in this game, until I realized that the issues were caused by Steam.
I'm now launching it with the Steam client closed, and the PS4 controller is working like a charm. Of course I won't get any achievements, but who cares about those?
linuxjacques Sep 21, 2018
Coolit Sep 21, 2018
This looks pretty interesting, wishlisted it also;)
bjomal Sep 22, 2018
Just had to buy it. Love to look and feel of the game :-)
kurp Sep 30, 2018
Looks interesting, but it would be nice to get DRM Free GOG edition...
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