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Bleak is a platformer that sets out to be incredibly story and lore focused.  Their hope is to set out to create a game that is not only challenging to play, but is also an engrossing world that one can spend hours mulling over the details.


If a rich world with a variety of races, languages and faiths sounds like something you'd enjoy, take a look at their kickstarter here.  Tell them Gaming on Linux sent you! :)

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Key Features
• 3 Playable Characters Each With Their Own Special Abilities
• 7 Original Races
• 15 Explorable Territories
• 70+ Levels (Including Secret Levels)
• Levels with Branching Endings
• A Huge Story Spanning Thousands of Years
• 8 Fully Incorporated 26 Character Alphabets
• 9 Integrated Belief Systems
• 50+ Interactive NPC's
• Mount and Airship Travel
• Pet Companions
• Top-Down City Exploration Article taken from
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Ba7a7chy 1 Apr, 2013
TBH, Lately I fell I founded more games then actually bought in my whole life, this one looks coo, but, still waiting for 10 others I already got my money invested in....
Nicodemus 1 Apr, 2013
understandable.  it's a tough market, and we can't fund them all.  but i say, there are far worse problems to have when talking about Linux gaming!  more options, more better! ;):)
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