Love your adventure games? Here's one to keep an eye on. The developer of Splittown has mentioned they're looking into Native Linux support. They're making the game with Visionaire Studio, which has Linux support, so hopefully it won't be too much trouble if they decide to do it.
Writing on their Steam forum they said earlier this week "FYI I'm looking to make a Linux build hopefully over the weekend or next week the latest. Thank you for your patience!"
More about the game:
Cold War has split the world in two, both figuratively and literally. The Great Divide spans across the globe with an impenetrable mess of concrete and barbed wire sandwiched between the two blocs. You are Leonard Nimby; stone-faced former top agent of IM5, hot on the trail of a shrink gun stolen from you by a villanous mayoral candidate on the eve of a fateful election.
Splittown is a point-and-click adventure game inspired by 90s classics such as Day of the Tentacle and Sam & Max Hit The Road. You'll crack confounding puzzles, stuff improbable amounts of items in your pockets, and engage in humorous dialogue with a colorful cast of characters on an adventure that will push your wits to the limit.
Follow it on Steam.
QuoteSplittown is a point-and-click adventure game inspired by 90s classics such as Day of the Tentacle and Sam & Max Hit The Road.
Wit Linux support diz an instapurchase
Quoting: Purple Library GuyI like the idea of these games, but I really suck at actually playing them. I end up wandering around the few areas I have access to, continuing to miss what the hell stuff I have to find and do to get anywhere interesting.Walkthroughs are allowed
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