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Coming from developer Adventure Works L.L.C., a feel-good, cinematic thrill-ride inspired by classic '80s adventure films and developed by one of the producers behind the interactive Millennium Falcon ride at Disney's Hollywood Studios, coming soon to Steam.

Here you step into the shoes of high school student Ari Buktu as you venture into the past with his eccentric science teacher Professor Lionel Raventhorpe and his trusty chinchilla-shaped friend Julius. Making use of a time machine elevator, you're on a quest to help your teacher find a special gift worthy of the woman who has claimed his heart.

You'll meet a cast of eclectic characters and uncover ancient ruins lost to mankind for centuries as you work to solve mystical puzzles, but don’t let your guard down! Deadly threats, such as pirates and tomb raiders, lurk around every corner and will do their best to put a quick end to your quest. Check out the trailer:

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Their press team told me via email it will have full Linux support.

A little about the developer, Adventure Works: Jeffrey Ashbrook founded the production company Adventure Works after spending more than a decade at Disney Imagineering, where he focused on the creation of physical spaces in theme parks. In 2017, Jeffrey’s brother Walter joined the team, and together they are working diligently to bring an adventure that spans across entire civilisations in Ari Buktu and the Anytime Elevator.

You can follow it on Steam.

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based Jun 28
I'd love to have an anytime elevator
I don't do platformers because I'm not really into them and anyway I suck. But I like the feel here--it's got that optimistic feel from before movies were all remakes.
Linux_Rocks Jun 28

Couldn't not include this too:
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The trailer made me think of a cartoon version of Uncharted.
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