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Thanks to the help of nearly a thousand backers on Kickstarter, the very sweet looking puzzle-platform that mixes in some visual novel elements is fully funded.

Evan's Remains combines logic-based platforming with narrative-driven visual novel elements.  The game features gorgeous pixel-graphics, and puzzles that must be solved using logic, rather than dexterity or skill.  Throughout the game, players will slowly uncover the story of the disappearance of the missing boy: Evan, and the nature of Dysis' quest to find him.

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Currently the campaign still has another few hours left but it ends today. Against the $10,000 goal it's closing in in $12,000 so it's another game coming to Linux! Great news, as it does look very sweet and it has some lovely visuals.

I will continue following it, as I do for hundreds of others and let you know if anything changes or when they show off some brand new gameplay as it's further developed.

See the Kickstarter campaign here. You can also wishlist/follow it on Steam for release.

Given that it's got enough funding, it has been added to our dedicated Crowdfunding Page.

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