LEGO Bricktales was already a lot of fun and now perhaps it's even better with some new options and improvements for their Native Linux version too.
This update went out on December 5th, it should enable it to be even smoother on Linux and thanks to the new UI scaling options, it should work better for people who need things a little big bigger — something I truly wish every modern game release had but for some reason some developers just don't even think about it.
Here's what's changed in full:
- Added UI scaling options.
- Reworked UI for build mode.
- Tutorial improvements.
- Bricks can be nudged horizontally with arrow keys on keyboard when selected.
- Added achievements button to main menu.
- Improved mix of two City music tracks (removed troublesome frequencies).
- Set Vulkan as default graphics API on Linux.
- Minor diorama changes that ensure playability when players use the "Help, I'm stuck" teleport feature.
- Improved controls for touch devices.
Plus a few bug fixes I won't note here due to spoilers.
You can see some of my previous footage on LEGO Bricktales below: