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Diluvian Winds continues looking interesting. Alambik Studio and Goblinz Publishing are working to bring out a 2D management and building game where you're trying to fight against the rising water that's left you exiled.

Take on refugees and continue building up a little city, as you take on the role of the Guardian, an individual who refuses to leave their lighthouse so you've got a front-row seat to the rising tides. A brand new trailer was released recently which you can view below:

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More about it:

  • Expand your community - Each Lodged Refugee will make changes of varying magnitude around the Lighthouse, making it more resilient to the gradually rising waters.
  • Enter a poetic universe combining Sail Punk architecture,
  • Which survival path will you take? Will you float, fly, or dive?

You can wishlist / follow it on GOG and Steam, it will release with Native Linux support

There's also a Prologue coming out in September but the full game has no release date yet.

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