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One Dreamer: Prologue is now supported on Linux

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One Dreamer: Prologue, a narrative-driven story about indie game developers is now supported on Linux.

Telling the story of a failed VR game developer who inadvertently inspired two young kids to follow in his footsteps, One Dreamer: Prologue is a beautiful pixel-art puzzle adventure. After a short testing period which we highlighted recently, on May 19 the developer hooked up official Linux support on Steam so it must have gone well.

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Features:

  • A narrative-driven story about indie game developers.
  • Meet 15 English voiced characters from quirky NPCs to a sentient arcade machine.
  • Explore beautifully crafted pixel art environments using 2.5D movement and a unique 360° section system.
  • Realistic, but easy to understand pseudocode puzzles based on C#.
  • Beautiful original soundtrack.
  • Pet a dog

Acting as the prologue for the upcoming One Dreamer, it gives a really interesting slice of what the full game is going to be.

Now you can try One Dreamer: Prologue on Steam and itch.io.


Update: The developer has confirmed on Steam, that the full game will also be available on Linux at launch

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4 comments

hardpenguin 25 May
This is a truly special game and I can't wait for the full version <3
A story about indie game developers. Well, I guess they do say "Write what you know".


Last edited by Purple Library Guy on 26 May 2020 at 10:25 pm UTC
Liam Dawe 26 May
Update: The developer has confirmed the full game will also be on Linux when it releases.
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