Developer Juan Lao Tebar recently announced the release of a Linux demo for their upcoming tactical action adventure I told you.
"I told you is a tactical action adventure set in a southern European country that just suffered a coup d'état. Using stealth, interacting with the environment and making a good use of the few resources and homemade weapons you have at your hand, you must fight the forces of a regime that took away the only thing you had left."
Features / game info according to the description from the developer:
- Immersive single-player story
- Strong language
- A reasonable amount of blood and violence
- Physically based graphics rendering
- Particle based effects
- Real-time light effects
What's interesting with this is how the developer went to Reddit for advice on supporting Linux, and a mere two days later they seemed to like the feedback they received and put up a demo for testing. They made it clear that even using a game engine like Unity, it's not a simple click-to-export solution which is what people still quite commonly believe. They had some mouse control issues, shaders needed porting and so on.