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The Invincible gets updated to fix it with the latest Steam Deck updates

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The Invincible is a story-driven adventure set in a hard sci-fi world by Stanisław Lem. Quite popular and it broke recently with the latest Steam Deck / SteamOS upgrade.

In this case, thankfully, the developer was quick to provide support and they actually patched the game directly to get it working. Now this is what I love to see - proper direct support. The developer mentioned in an announcement the fix came thanks to people sending over save files so they could identify the problem.

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The Invincible is a first-person game based on the motifs of The Invincible - an iconic novel of the world-known, hard science-fiction author and Polish futurologist Stanisław Lem.

There are places like Regis III, not prepared for us and for which we are not prepared for. Still, our spacecraft inevitably comes closer to the destination - for our stories and fates to cross in a dead spot.

You are a highly qualified, sharp-witted astrobiologist named Yasna. Being entangled in a space race, you and your crew end up on the unexplored planet Regis III. The scientific journey quickly turns into a search mission for lost crewmates. Follow its trail, but be fully aware that every decision you make can bring you closer to danger.

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kaiman Nov 22, 2023
I played it on desktop using Wine + vkd3d-proton and it was a smooth ride.

For me it did not quite reach the quality of Firewatch, but after a slow start it did manage to pull me into the story. There weren't that many choices to make, but there are one or two in particular early on that affect the ending. Since the game is rather linear, there's probably not much value in replaying the bigger part of it just to see the outcome styled as the "true" ending. Despite choosing poorly, I did get an ending that is still considered "good", so I guess I can't complain.
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