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Use a camera to solve puzzles in hand-drawn adventure TOEM

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TOEM, a hand-drawn black and white adventure puzzle game from developer Something We Made now has a Native Linux build available.

Originally launched in September 2021, it turns out they released a Linux version back at the end of April this year. In their announcement they said the "Game should run faster" and they also upgraded to a later Unity version too.

More about it: "Set off on a delightful expedition and use your photographic eye to uncover the mysteries of the magical TOEM in this hand-drawn adventure game. Chat with quirky characters, solve their problems by snapping neat photos, and make your way through a relaxing landscape! Take photos with your camera to solve puzzles and help people!"

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Features:

  • Take photos with your camera to solve puzzles and help people!
  • Listen to chill beats and take in your surroundings!
  • Meet quirky characters and help them with their problems!

It's pretty highly rated by players with an Overwhelmingly Positive user score overall. Seems like another nice game to play on desktop Linux and Steam Deck.

You can buy it on Humble Store and Steam. It's also Steam Deck Verified.

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2 comments

Cyril Jun 8, 2023
This is also on GOG, but no Linux version there, too bad...
seamoose Jun 8, 2023
Very cute game and the first one I played on my new Deck. It's relatively easy to finish it but hard to get to 100% (and the small Deck screen and my old eyes don't help, though you can zoom in). Recommended!
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