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TailQuest Defense looks like one to pop on your wishlist. After 5 years in development from a two-person team in Godot Engine, a demo is up now.

It's a tower defense game, that also blends in some exploration and puzzles. Featuring colourful graphics, family-friendly gameplay, puzzles, platforming and plenty of secrets to discover that you can also play in co-op it has a lot of elements that could make it a winning combination.

See their original trailer below:

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Not only does it offer up Native Linux support, the developers are long-time Ubuntu users too.

If you do give it a go, let us know in the comments what you think about it.

Check it out on itch.io and Steam.

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7 comments

Rejke 17 Nov
wow thank you so much for sharing! I'm very pleased

And for everyone who will be playing, a bit of information!
⬇️⬇️
Red towers 🔴 attack red enemies. Blue towers 🔵 attack blue enemies. Seeds (to build towers) buy in the shop.
➡️ YOU can ALWAYS change: (really, during the game, without restarting)
⚔️ difficulty level
📺 screen resolution, video options
🦊 add or remove a second player
Thank you all for your time and I hope you don't find my game annoying
Cute.
fabertawe 17 Nov
This looks great
Solarwing 17 Nov
Oh man! This means that I gotta get sober after 10 years of heavy wine drinking. This life of full hangovers is over because of this game!Ty!
whizse 17 Nov
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I wishlisted this a while back and have been looking forward to try it. This does not disappoint! I played through the demo three times. For fun, and to find all the secrets. But I guess I have to try once more as I seem to be stuck on 6/8 :(

For some reason the puzzles reminds me of Zak and Wiki (the Wii game) did you take any inspiration from that or is my mind just playing tricks as usual?

Looking forward to the full version. Good luck with the release!

(Feature request: Please let me take a quick nap in the main menu bed!)
Rejke 21 Nov
Quoting: whizseI wishlisted this a while back and have been looking forward to try it. This does not disappoint! I played through the demo three times. For fun, and to find all the secrets. But I guess I have to try once more as I seem to be stuck on 6/8 :(

For some reason the puzzles reminds me of Zak and Wiki (the Wii game) did you take any inspiration from that or is my mind just playing tricks as usual?

Looking forward to the full version. Good luck with the release!

(Feature request: Please let me take a quick nap in the main menu bed!)

Thank you very much!
never heard of Zak and Wiki game :) But we were a bit inspired by Nintendo games :)
We've added sleep in bed features to our to-do list! :D
As for secrets - don't worry! One is very, very well hidden....
Do you want a hint?
this is a tiny spoiler! ;)

Spoiler, click me
you have to lower the big tower twice.
whizse 21 Nov
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Quoting: RejkeThank you very much!
never heard of Zak and Wiki game :) But we were a bit inspired by Nintendo games :)
We've added sleep in bed features to our to-do list! :D
As for secrets - don't worry! One is very, very well hidden....
Do you want a hint?
this is a tiny spoiler! ;)
Thanks for the hint!

I might need one of those old-fashioned Nintendo hotlines to call for help if you guys hide the secrets so well
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