Space Rabbits in Space, a 2d parkour skill-based platformer has now officially released for Linux on Steam. Developed by Ventilator Shark, a small independent game studio based in Zagreb, Croatia.
A game I mentioned back in February, after speaking to the developer they did confirm it was coming they just didn't know exactly when. With no announcement I can find, the Linux version went live a few days ago!
It’s an adventure about betrayal, hard love and fun facts. Don Padroncini, the infamous candy smuggler, has been sighted again. This time he is smuggling lumberjack equipment and defective gumball machines to the Copyrighted universe™. The Intergalactic Authority on Everything sent Space Rabbits to stop him, but they fell into his trap. Or did they?
Using a simple one-handed control scheme, originally made for touchscreens and later ported to PC. Don't let that fool you though, while mechanically simple it doesn't mean it's bad or easy. Nothing in the game is based on luck, it's all about you and your mouse across over 60 levels of challenging platforming.
It features asynchronous multiplayer and while I've not tried it, this seems to enable you to race other player's times.
You can find Space Rabbits in Space on Steam.