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EVERSPACE the absolutely gorgeous space combat game with roguelike elements is now officially available for Linux gamers. Today, ROCKFISH Games released patch 1.2.3 which has numerous fixes and improvements as well.

I absolutely love the game, it's easily one of the best space shooters available on Linux. Not a traditional one though, since it's based on random sectors so it's much more about the combat than it is about exploration. You can see some Linux gameplay on our YouTube channel like this video:

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Here's how the developer describes it:

EVERSPACE™ is an action-focused single-player space shooter, combining roguelike elements with top-notch visuals and a captivating story. It takes you on a challenging journey through an ever-changing, beautifully crafted universe full of surprises. Your skills, experience, and talent for improvisation will be tested continuously as you piece together the puzzle of your existence through encounters with interesting characters, each having their own unique part of the story to tell. In each exciting run, you will face entirely new situations, ensuring countless hours of thrilling gameplay and generating myriad opportunities for individual, meaningful moments to experience. No matter how skilled you are, death is inevitable but is also only the beginning of a much larger journey.

You absolutely do not want to pass this one up if you like a good dogfight, I'm jumping back in as soon as I hit publish to celebrate.

Grab it now from Humble Store to get both a Steam key and a GOG build or just head directly to those stores, as today also marks the release of the Linux build on GOG too!

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Jahimself 9 May, 2018
Excellent work from Rocksfish, they have a code of honour and made all their possible for the linux release and every other promises, they have top community manager and top devs. The game is just so beautifull I could sit for a few minutes enjoying the beauty of the universe depicted by their visions.
x_wing 9 May, 2018
No more excuses. This is a Linux gamer must-have title, just buy it!
RussianNeuroMancer 9 May, 2018
Bought Ultimate Edition and three gifts (Ultimate Edition too).
Kohrias 9 May, 2018
Arcadius-8606 9 May, 2018
Man. This looks great.
Cyril 9 May, 2018
Instabuy on GOG with partner link! Am I weak?
PublicNuisance 9 May, 2018
I wasn't expecting such a quick release to GOG. A very pleasant surprise.
Mountain Man 9 May, 2018
Wish it was more than just a shooter. With visuals like that, there should be opportunities to explore and enjoy the scenery.
Shmerl 9 May, 2018
Quoting: Mountain ManWish it was more than just a shooter.

Yeah, I'd prefer more emphasis on exploration, but they had to cut corners with randomly generated universe.

Last edited by Shmerl on 9 May 2018 at 5:11 pm UTC
Captain_Rage 9 May, 2018
Finally, lol. Now we only need a nice version of GOG Galaxy for GNU/Linux and all will be truly wonderful!

Something like the client would be more than enough.
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