Launching with Linux support on July 6, Monster Logic takes the programming puzzle genre in a weird direction.
Instead of just placing down programming in logic blocks like other similar games, you're rearranging monstrous creatures on a board to change the interactions that happen. It's thoroughly odd but wonderful to see a new spin on it. At release it will feature 42 levels with support for English, French, German, Chinese and Japanese translations and Linux support is confirmed and already there.
You can see the original older trailer below to get a good idea:
The developer sent us a copy ahead of time and it works well but it does take some getting used to. We shall have more thoughts up at release.
- Based on esoteric programming languages Befunge and Trefunge
- 42 unique levels
- 7 Hand-drawn biomes
- 13 different monsters
- Harder Dark World levels
- Compete online with your friends, the world and even the dev!
You can follow Monster Logic on Steam for the July 6 release.