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Nina Aquila: Legal Eagle adds Linux support in the new update

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Along with a major upgrade to the base game, Nina Aquila: Legal Eagle, Season One now has native Linux support. This game was originally available via itch.io and Newgrounds, where it was quite popular, with the Steam version bundling all content together.

Update version 5 added Linux support, new animations, Steam Cloud support, improved performance for low-spec machines and various other improvements.

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Features:

  • Experience an exciting mystery story told over ~10 hours
  • Discover a unique hybrid of Visual Novel & 2D adventure game that celebrates & parodies multiple anime genres
  • Investigate crime scenes & interrogate witnesses from a top-down perspective
  • Defend your client in court with evidence & cross-examination
  • Play minigames as varied as turn-based battling and downhill drift racing

Looks like it will run nicely on the Steam Deck too, which the developer showed a shot of on Twitter.

Available to buy on Steam.

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CatKiller Nov 25, 2021
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The timing's interesting. They first showed their native build running on the Steam Deck on 29 September, I think, so that's about 9 weeks between having a build and releasing it. That might be informative for the cadence of other indie dev releases in the future.
starfarer Nov 25, 2021
I wonder what happened to Regeria Hope. The guy released the first episode and there was a kickstarter which I missed (I think). I even wrote him an email once, unfortunately I don't remember what he told me and I've never heard anything about that game since.
tuubi Nov 25, 2021
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Chapter 2 was in one of the huge Itch.io charity bundles, but there's no Linux build available. Looks fun though.
whizse Nov 26, 2021
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Does it have voice recognition so I can shout OBJECTION! myself?

Actually, nevermind. It's not like lack of voice input have stopped me from shouting at the screen in every other game...
Purple Library Guy Nov 26, 2021
Quoting: whizseDoes it have voice recognition so I can shout OBJECTION! myself?

Actually, nevermind. It's not like lack of voice input have stopped me from shouting at the screen in every other game...
Sounds like someone needs Radio General!
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