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Vilmonic, a pixel-art artificial life sim from Bludgeonsoft has been officially released, with full Linux support.

Note: Key provided by the developer to our Steam Curator.

Protect and breed unique pixel-art life forms whose pixels and color have meaning. Experiment with natural and artificial selection. Craft tools, construct buildings and change the environment. Uncover the secrets of the past as you dig up ancient tech and fend off the mindless haywire zombitons. 

Rather than being a faceless god or something like that, you're an actual living thing walking around tending to your creations. Quite a unique little game, one without a main goal to work towards other than taking care of your creations and basically doing whatever you feel like.

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Even though it's officially released now, development isn't stopping. The developer stated they have a lot of feature up their sleeves, so it will be fun to watch the game itself evolve even further.

The Linux version works great, it's been working well on my rubbish laptop so for those of you without a powerful machine or on the go a lot it might be a fun choice to keep you busy.

Vilmonic is available on Steam and Itch. You can also find a demo here.

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