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In Saviorless, you'll explore treacherous landscapes, fight nightmarish monsters, unravel a mysterious narrative and experience dynamic gameplay as three unique characters all while bathed in an atmospheric soundtrack.

A new Native Linux release I missed from early April, one that looks really good too. There's just too many games releasing but the style in this one looks great so it for sure deserves a bit of your attention. The creature and world design really looks interesting! Check out the trailer:

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Created by Cuban indie gave developer, Empty Head Games and publisher Dear Villagers, developing a video game in Cuba presented challenges to Empty Head Games beyond those traditionally faced by developers worldwide, such as daily power outages, lack of technical equipment, very limited internet access (relying on public parks to connect to Wi-Fi networks), and the inability to access any form of international financing or promotion.

From the developer: "Starting in 2016 we only hoped this day would come but it’s here and Saviorless is finally seeing the light of day! We are beyond excited and are thankful to all our friends, colleagues, partners and every single one of our supporters who helped us get here. We cannot wait for players to experience the unique game that is Saviorless!" – said Josuhe H. Pagliery, Game Designer at Empty Head Games.

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GOG (no Linux version)


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Added the Linux version to the community wishlist at GOG and added a forum post asking about plans to bring it to GOG:
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