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Here's an upcoming mysterious thriller adventure that looks quite special, one for fans of classic adventure games and it's releasing in October.

It will have Native Linux support, and I actually missed covering the original Kickstarter (there's just too many games to follow) where the developers raised $74,072 back in October 2023. Just recently they put up a new trailer I urge you to watch and get as excited as I am:

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More about it: "After tragic events, orphaned 16-year-old Marla and her younger brother Jack find themselves in the care of their only living relative — a grumpy old man desperately trying to hide the secret of a dilapidated and frightening place in which he has been a recluse for many decades.

Forced to leave their home, Marla and Jack venture to faraway lands, across the ocean, to a small, nearly deserted town located in the western part of Scotland, somewhere on the Inner Hebrides.

Upon arrival, the children begin to notice unexplainable and frightening things happening in and around their new home. Things the other inhabitants of the island struggle so hard to ignore."

Game Features:

  • A mysterious story inspired by the atmosphere of the Hebrides and Scottish folklore.
  • Interesting, touching, sometimes eccentric and funny dialogues.
  • Each decision you make affects the plot and can lead to unpredictable results.
  • Stunning hand-drawn graphics and fascinating interactive cutscenes.
  • Unique and exciting combinations of game mechanics.

You can follow it on the Steam page.

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tuubi Apr 4
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It does look very pretty, but not much like a classic adventure game. At least based on the trailer and the feature list. I'll wait to see a bit more gameplay before I get excited.
I'm getting scarier "Gravity Falls" vibes off of this. Looks interesting.
Mrowl Apr 5
These are the sort of games my Steam Deck Oled is longing for.
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