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LudoNarraCon has returned with their continued focus on highlighting some fantastic narrative games. This time they teamed up with developer Popcannibal (Kind Words) to create a special game.

Cyrano is the name of the game included in the special LudoNarraCon Supporter Pack, which as a fun fact - was developed on Linux! About Cyrano:

This one hour adaptation of the classic stage play, Cyrano de Bergerac, invites you to fight with blades and wits. Cyrano is the greatest swordsman and wordsmith in all of France. He also has the largest nose and the fiercest temper. He has stood alone against a hundred soldiers and can best the wits of any poet alive, but when he falls in love with Roxane, he is hopeless. How could she ever love such a ridiculous nose?

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This special supporter pack also includes 36 tracks of music from the likes of Haven, Genesis Noir, Not for Broadcast, Teacup, Paradise Killer and many more and comes with WAV files. There's also 30 high quality wallpapers from various games and poster art from various LudoNarraCon events and other artworks. Proceeds from the supporter pack goes towards running LudoNarraCon.

Some of the games being showcased across the event include some interesting upcoming Linux titles like:

In addition there's a number of Linux games already out now either being showcased or on sale including:

Plus a good number more narrative games all worth checking out if you're after something to keep you going for the weekend and well into next week.

See the LudoNarraCon event page on Steam for more info. LudoNarraCon 2021 runs until April 26.

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