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While the release is a little while away, we have it confirmed that the story-based action platformer Lost in Sky: Violent Seed will have Linux support. We spoke to the developer earlier today, who confirmed Linux support to us.

It will mix-in comic book styled storytelling, with intense action platformer segments and I have to say it does look pretty good.

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Lost in Sky is a 2D platformer, where the player has one of the two characters with unique abilities to control. The player will seize the right moment to grab control over the relevant character and combine the heroes' abilities in the most effective way to overcome challenges, solve puzzles, and squash hordes of monsters.

Will be keeping a close eye on this one, has a good style to it! They're planning to have online co-op support for it at somepoint too, gamepad support and so on.

You can wishlist it and follow it on Steam. Due out sometime in April next year.

Hat tip to NuSuey.

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The style looks interesting from the video. As with any action platformer, the critical thing is getting the balance right. I also like a good story, if they can write well...
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