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OutOfTheBit Ltd are doing it again. After the wonderful Full Void last year, they've announced Nanuka: Secret of the Shattering Moon, another great looking cinematic platformer.

It will have Native Linux support again too. In fact the developer emailed recently to note that an older game of theirs, Super Arcade Football, was released on GOG and that "We're big Linux fans here at the studio and we always make sure our games run natively on Linux".

Nanuka will take players on an adventurous expedition through diverse regions, each with its own distinct environmental and architectural influences. Along the way, numerous enemies will endeavour to block your path and fellow allies will come to your aid as the mystery and secrets behind the planet’s moon begin to unravel.

Inspired by the Sicilian landscape, the journey begins on an island that, while initially portrayed as peaceful and picturesque, soon reveals a tale of magical abilities and a looming disaster that players must strive to avert. As the adventure and story progresses, the importance and acceptance of diverse races and beliefs will shine through preciously.

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Here's what they had to say about it:

"At OutOfTheBit, we strive to push the boundaries of storytelling and gameplay. With Nanuka, we're taking players on an adventure that combines the charm of beautiful landscapes with original character design, all brought to life through thousands of meticulously hand animated frames." - Ali Motisi, Director of OutOfTheBit.

And also:

"At OutOfTheBit, we believe in the power of storytelling through games. While 'Full Void' explored the depths of isolation, with 'Nanuka: Secret of the Shattering Moon,' we have another story to tell. A story that revolves around the themes of multiculturalism, the strength found in diversity and the beauty of mixing cultures.” - Ali Motisi, Director of OutOfTheBit.

You can follow it along on Steam.

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