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Inscryption from Daniel Mullins Games gets a Linux Beta

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Here's your chance to help test another upcoming native Linux build, as Daniel Mullins Games have put up a Beta you can try for Inscryption. This is the massively popular game that blends together deckbuilding roguelike, escape-room style puzzles, and psychological horror.

In the announcement they said "With Kaycee's Mod wrapping up and with some help from a new member of the Inscryption team, we are finally tackling the Mac and Linux ports. Playtesting it will help us out a lot!". You can opt-in with the password "mealwormsigil" and then give it a spin.

Giving it a run myself after picking up a copy (pictured above from the Beta), it seems to run great. Haven't spotted any obvious issues so far. Also, wow — this is a really weird game. Considering it's the same developer as Pony Island, I'm not exactly surprised though!

Once it's out of Beta and ready for everyone, we will let you know.

You can buy it for a Steam key on Humble Store or Steam directly.

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t3g Mar 1, 2022
Don't forget about GOG!!
helloCLD Mar 2, 2022
Very cool news. Inscryption was my GOTY last year, highly recommend it to anyone who hasn't played it yet (just don't spoil yourself, this game is wild).
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